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Natural Wedding Photography – Best of 2013

2013 has been a really good year for me. I’ve had the pleasure to attend some amazing weddings with some really wonderful people. Trying to sum that up in a couple of minutes, narrowing down thousands of images from the year to under 100, it seemed like an impossible task. There are loads of photos that I could happily included, but I have tried to keep it short and sweet. As with previous yearly roundups, I’ve tried to keep to telling a story of a wedding day, only made up from many of the different weddings I’ve shot this year. Every single one of the images in the video was taken without me having to interfere, direct or prompt in any way. Hopefully this helps to give an idea of how I work and my style of natural wedding photography.

I’ve enjoyed going to some great new venues I’ve never been to before, I finally got to shoot at the stunning Horsley Towers, experienced, for the first time ever, Rockaoke at Jane and Dinos wedding at Trafalgar Park and discovered the wonderful Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing. I’ve also been back to some favourites, enjoying the magnificent grounds at Hedsor House, basking in the glorious sunshine during some of the hottest days of the year at the amazing Pembroke Lodge and returning to one of my all time favourite venues, Bix Manor. Variety has been the spice of life with the ceremonies too, with everything from more traditional Catholic and Church of England weddings, to Greek Orthodox weddings, as well as my first ever Armenian wedding. All in all, it was a fantastic year and a real privilege to work with each and every one of my clients.

So, enough yapping, please take a moment (well, about 4 and a half minutes) to sit back and take a look through some of my favourite natural, documentary wedding images from 2013, a year of fun, joy, laughter and surprisingly good weather!

  • Charlotte Green - January 25, 2014 - 9:08 pm

    Truly amazing Chris!

  • Chris Legg - January 29, 2014 - 10:33 am

    Thanks Charlotte! Not long to go for you and Scott now!!

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