November 21, 2011 / Lincoln's Inn, London Weddings

Lincoln's Inn wedding photography. Alex and David

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Lincoln’s Inn wedding photography

Alex and David

We have been really lucky with the weather so far this Autumn. It’s a wonderful time of year for wedding photography as the light is that much softer than the summer months. My style, in these situations, is to shoot my photography straight into the light. This flares the lens a little and really captures the warmth and feel of the light. This compliments the ambiance of Lincoln’s Inn with light filtering through the mature trees.

Alex and David’s wedding day started with the girls getting ready at The Chancery Court Hotel in Holborn. Alex’s dress looked amazing and was fitted on the day by the designer.

I made it to Lincoln’s Inn Chapel in time to catch David arriving along with the guests. I was limited to what Lincoln’s Inn wedding photography I could photograph in the church, but managed to sneak a few from the back to capture the ambiance of the magnificent chapel.

After the service we were greeted with wonderful warm light outside. I took this opportunity at Lincoln’s Inn, for wedding photography portraits. This is prime light for these kind of images and just so glorious if you catch it this time of year.

The reception was held in the Law Court’s Grand Hall next to the chapel. A stunning candle lit room, although tricky to photograph in as the light levels were so low.

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Comments

The photographs are stunning and really captured our day. Thank you for keeping me calm whilst getting ready whilst (I now realise) picking up on all the details of my dress, shoes etc! We loved how you kept the portraits to a minimum and then concentrated on our friends and family. How did you manage to find any light in the Old Hall!?!

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