Recent editorial and documentary wedding photography

Oxford Wedding Photography St Ebbe's Church

April 16, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
St Ebbe's Church, Oxford and a Village Hall - Wedding Photography By Paul Rogers This Oxford wedding at St Ebbe's Church in the City Centre was so full of love and joy. Just look at the Brides face in the picture above - the moment she and the Groom see each other for the first time on their wedding day, tears of joy streaming down her cheeks. T...
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Waterstones Children's Book Prize winner author Katherine Rundell

April 04, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Portraits of Waterstones Children's Book Prize winner, Katherine Rundell By Paul Rogers This portrait session with children's author Katherine Rundell was slightly unusual in that it was shot the afternoon before she was announced as the winner of the 10th Waterstones Children's Book Prize. She'd been shortlisted for her novel Rooftoppers, a sto...
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Burnham Beeches Hotel, Wedding Photofilm

April 01, 2014  •  4 Comments
Wedding Photofilm from Burnham Beeches Hotel, Buckinghamshire By Paul Rogers You can see the photographs from this beautiful Anglo-French marriage at Burnham Beeches Hotel, but to really relive the day, have a look at this Wedding Photofilm - a marriage of great documentary still photographs and the sounds of the wedding day ceremony and speeches.
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London Wedding Photography at Iberica

March 26, 2014  •  3 Comments
London Wedding Photography at St Bartholomew the Great and Iberica By Paul Rogers I knew food was an important part of the celebrations for Hannah and James' wedding - their reception meal was at Iberica, a fantastic Spanish restaurant in central London. Spain holds a dear place in their hearts, so rather than the traditional cake cutting, what co...
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Veronica Roth Portraits

March 25, 2014  •  2 Comments
Portrait session with Divergent author Veronica Roth By Paul Rogers Veronica Roth is the 25 year old author of the Divergent trilogy of books, the film of the first of which is about to be released in the UK staring Kate Winslet. Late last year, she was in London to promote the film, and I had 10 minutes to photograph her between interview session...
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Alternative documentary wedding photography viewpoints

March 23, 2014  •  2 Comments
The Elevated View By Paul Rogers When I'm photographing a wedding, I have in mind many of the 'must get' images that most clients will expect their photographer to get - the Brides' arrival, the exchange of rings, the recessional etc. I plan my movements to try to cover all of these moments from the best viewpoint for me to tell the story of that...
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London Islington Town Hall Wedding

March 18, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Single Image - The Grooms Nerves By Paul Rogers I love this photo from one of last year's weddings at London's Islington Town Hall. The moment, just before the entrance of the bridesmaids and the bride will be a familiar one for anyone who has been in this position. Or, indeed, for anyone who has been a best man, and had to watch the agony and the...
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Burnham Beeches Hotel Wedding Photographer

March 17, 2014  •  3 Comments
Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire Wedding Photography By Paul Rogers Burnham Beeches Hotel is a superb 18th Century house in Buckinghamshire, and a wonderful wedding venue for a couple who want to keep all aspects of the day in one venue. When I met Aurelie and Patrick there last year to talk about their wedding photography, they were with their 6...
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Actor John Hurt Portrait Session

March 16, 2014  •  4 Comments
Portrait of John Hurt By Paul Rogers Following last week's post showing some of the unpublished portraits shot for The Times, here's a few more from the John Hurt shoot in Norwich last month. I'd met him at Norwich University of the Arts, where he is Chancellor, before an interview he gave to Stephanie Marsh where he was supposed to be talking abo...
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Authors, Professors, Politicians and Actors

March 11, 2014  •  6 Comments
Unseen Portraits for The Times, Spring 2014 By Paul Rogers One of the best things about my Editorial Photography for The Times is the variety of people I get to photograph. Every single day is different. Different characters, different lighting, different backgrounds, even different PR's making my job easier or more difficult. And the challenge is...
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