Chigwell and Loughton wedding photography.
Churches can be an unknown quantity for a wedding photographer. There seems to be no guidelines and it’s all down to the discretion of the minister conducting the service. I’ve always felt that capturing the emotion of the service is an important part of a natural wedding photography coverage. However, I also appreciate that some of these church ministers have had bad experiences with poorly skilled photographers who have little regard for the sanctity of the service. This was not the case at St Mary’s church in Chigwell Where Rev Malcolm Lambert was very photography friendly and flexible.
Kerry arrived at the church is a classic white roller from Aristo Cars. I’ve been bumping into these guys a lot lately, they offer a first class service and have a fleet of stunning wedding vehicles.
Tom awaited the arrival of a glowing Kerry. A great service conducted with sincerity and a dash of humour. Outside, the sky was looking a tad ominous and things looked as though they were going to turn wet for the day. Warm hugs and a shower of congratulations met the happy couple before setting off for Gaynes Park.
We got a break in the weather and managed to photograph some groups and a some nice couple shots. I really like using the Coach house at Gaynes and had an opportunity to take Kerry and Tom there for a few indoor wedding portraits.
Chigwell and Loughton wedding photography seems to be appearing in my diary more often. There are some great churches and locations in that area.