The second of five galleries that give an overview of the type of images I provide to my clients.
There is some further info below the portfolio, but you might like to enjoy the pretty pictures first…
Who cares baby, I think I wanna marry you
Ceremony, what it’s all about no? Or is that the party that follows…?
No, it’s all about the ceremony of course!
Most of the weddings I cover in France are outdoors. That’s normal for France with it’s principal wedding season being May-Sep.
Not that I have anything against an indoor ceremony, but unless in a church or chapel for religious reasons, the photo opp is always less. MUCH less. If we say that an outdoor ceremony can offer up to 10/10 in regard to potential photo/filming opps, then an indoor has 4/10 absolute max…and that’s if it’s well lit. And by well lit, I mean with daylight and not candles which are not real light!
Why is this? Well light/lighting being one of the principal reasons with the second main consideration, space & movement. I’m pretty discrete capturing a ceremony. Zero flash, minimal movement, but with an indoor ceremony, it almost always means being static, ie, stuck in one position for the duration which means a real lack of variety in shots. Outdoors however, the world is your huitre. (French for oyster). I can work on both wider and longer lenses and on the periphery of your wedding and the variety of options is at it’s highest.
So if you are planning a wedding in France and considering your ceremony options, if you can, make outdoors your preferred option if you want the best results.
The next chapter in this portfolio series is DRINKS RECEPTION. < Click the link to go there.