Seckford Hall is a fantastic venue from the viewpoint of a wedding photographer full of character and charm. Many great backdrops, plenty of space, and a fantastic venue for hosting your Wedding reception, and Wedding Breakfast
Using the latest digital photography equipment and techniques, our professional service captures every aspect of your wedding day; the details, the atmosphere, storyboarding your whole day as it happens.
The bulk of the day is spent photographing in a reportage style, ensuring you spend plenty of time with your guests. People usually find these candid photographs a lot more relaxed, and we capture more of the atmosphere of the day.
The formal line-ups need not be too formal, and the posey shots are usually far from posed. ‘Arranged’ is a better term, we feel posing you too much won’t ever look natural, we’d much rather photograph you looking comfortable and relaxed, arranging you in beautiful surroundings for memorable photographs.
We always ensure the photos are whatever style you wish them to be, at some weddings we spend the entire afternoon taking formal family portraits, at others only a handful of arranged groups are required. They can be as formal or candid, classical or contemporary as you’d like them to be. It's up to you.
We upload your photographs to our website after the wedding (if you so wish), so your guests can order photographs online without any inconvenience to you. These can be password protected too if you wish, so only guests from you wedding can see them. Here you can also see the entire selection of photographs from recent weddings as a potential customer.
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The buttonhole flower and tie colourscheme. A nice short depth of feild gives a nice look to the image.
The entrance to Seckford Hall, showing character of the building.
A 'looking over the shoulder' photo always gives a nice, slightly candid feel.
A bright colour like this bush makes a great image.
Slightly different pose for a more passionate feel.
Even a family group photo needn't be boring - it's nice to find a backdrop, like this weeping willow behind, to make the most 'standard' line-ups have a special feel.
Making use of the bridge by the lake. I chose a nice short depth of field here too, making a nice speckled background, making the bried and groom, and the wooden railing stand out from the backdrop.
A simple walking photo always makes the photo seem more natural and relaxed.
Another pose I like to use, also using the background of the building itself, recognisable despite being deliberately defocussed.