Sherborne Abbey Wedding Photography

February 06, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Sherborne Abbey Wedding Photography in the Winter The Abbey at Sherborne in Dorset is a Grade I listed building, and a magnificent venue for a wedding. It sits in the market town near the River Yeo and there's been some form of place of worship there since AD 705. So it was always going to be an impressive building to use as a backdrop for Laura an...
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Chandos House Wedding Photographer

January 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
A Cultural London Wedding When Nada and Zac asked me to be their Chandos House wedding photographer I was looking forward to photographing at another interesting London wedding venue for the first time. The wedding was a true mix of cultures as the historic house hosted Zac’s French family with some of Nada’s family travelling from Sudan. The prep...
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Winter Wedding Photography

January 24, 2016  •  1 Comment
By Paul Rogers Winter Wedding Photography Can Be a Tricky Business The low light levels during the Winter can make things particularly hard even for modern cameras and lenses to perform in. There is always flash, or adding in additional light, like the LED light I've used in the picture above, and this works well in certain situations where it's...
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Maunsel House Wedding Photography

January 18, 2016  •  1 Comment
By Paul Rogers The Perfect Venue? Maunsel House could be the perfect setting for an English country house wedding. Nestled in 100 acres of Somerset parkland, described as 'famous for being a party house' and with historic links dating back to Alfred the Great, it really offers the perfect venue for atmospheric documentary wedding photography. So...
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Buckinghamshire Wedding Photography

January 09, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
By Paul Rogers Buckinghamshire Church Wedding This Buckinghamshire wedding was a lot of fun to photograph! Sarah and David were put in touch with me by Sarah's friend and fellow photographer James Canon (check out some of his editorial photography) who was a guest on the day. I started at Sarah's house for the preparations before making the shor...
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WPJA Award Winning Images Q3 2015

January 05, 2016  •  1 Comment
By Paul Rogers So 2016 has begun with a couple of awards in the third quarter contest of the WPJA, the Wedding Photojournalist Association. It's an International organisation that focuses on documentary wedding photography or wedding photojournalism. It's one of the only organisations I belong to because of the strict requirement that photographer...
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Best wedding photography of 2015

December 29, 2015  •  20 Comments
By Paul Rogers What a fantastic year of photography It's been an amazing year. For all the couples who asked me to document their wedding day, I thank you. I've been a photographer all of my adult life, and it's the couples who love how I photograph a wedding that allow me to continue doing a job I love. 2015 was a pivotal year for me as a pho...
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Chainstore Wedding Photography

December 17, 2015  •  3 Comments
By Paul Rogers Being a London based wedding photographer, the chance to photograph at new and interesting venues is always around the corner. So I was delighted when Jess and Richard asked me to be their Chainstore Wedding Photographer - an event space on Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London. It's a really interesting place, containing London's only...
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Surrey Wedding Photography

November 11, 2015  •  2 Comments
By Paul Rogers Surrey is a county full of amazing wedding venues, making Surry wedding photography full of variety and interesting locations. One of my favourite venues is Botleys Mansion, a specialist wedding venue owned and run by the incredibly professional Bijou Weddings. It's surrounded by rolling Surrey countryside, and it's beautifully prop...
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Hertfordshire Wedding Photography

November 02, 2015  •  2 Comments
By Paul Rogers This has to be one of my favourite venues to photograph a wedding at in Hertfordshire - Hatfield House. I've worked there a few times this year and thoroughly enjoyed photographing there. It's fairly local to where I live in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, and is probably the nearest to home I ever get to work. But it's not the short commut...
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