Camera of Fun at Tom and Emily’s Wedding

Tom and Emily’s beautiful York wedding was over the Easter weekend and featured a floral theme of daffodils, expertly prepared by members of the bride and groom’s families. These were some of the loveliest floral displays I have seen – although I am biased because I’m a bit of a daffodil fanatic myself. Colourful flower photos to follow!

After the wedding ceremony, dinner, and speeches, we set to work on the photobooth studio a.k.a. the Camera of Fun. See below…

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Official wedding photos yet to be released. Guests – watch this space!

More Tom and Emily – A York Wedding

So the wedding plans for Tom and Emily’s wedding are taking shape and I can’t wait for the big day in a couple of weeks. Guests will be asked to have their portraits taken (classic low depth of field 85mm on white), carrying on the theme of Tom and Em’s engagement shots so far. Kind of like photo booth meets studio portraits. Naturally, it will be towards the end of the evening, when guests are at their most animated! There may even be the option for guests to actuate the shutter themselves. Fun!

Tom and Emily’s Engagement – Gap advert styled portraiture

Tom and Emily are to be married next Easter in medieval York, and this weekend we went to take some photos around West London.

Sometimes a shoot is planned in great detail, but sometimes it’s nice to see what happens on the day.

Sunday turned out to be freezing cold, so we ventured indoors for these “on white” shots.