Before I knew it, I was stood at the front of the aisle with the nervous groom, waiting for his beautiful bride to enter and then there she was and her smile filled the room.
Emma Case was the first person I helped out by second shooting for her. I didn’t know what to expect because I was always used to being on my own and taking the lead as the main Photographer.
I loved it! You get a chance to take a slight step back and relax, as all the pressure isn’t just on you. You are there to back up the main Photographer and capture the day from a different point of view.
When Emma asked me, I jumped at the chance. The wedding fell on the same day as the Royal Wedding and the couple introduced very subtle hints of this throughout the day.
Here are a few shots that I took from this beautiful day.
Now and then I get the chance to attend some fantastic meet ups with other Photographers and it’s also a chance to make friends and meet new people which I love. I attended a vintage pin up shoot in Malvern a few months ago and whilst there I met the lovely Waiman yau.
Waiman and I kept in touch and he let me know he was organising a shoot himself and would I like to tag along. Uh, of course I would after I heard the details.