Wedding Photography by Steven Carter Hewson
Wedding photographer: Steven Carter Hewson
Photo Title: Close Encounters
Photo details: This picture was taken at the destination wedding of Maria and Andreas at Piccolo Paradiso in Italy. The wedding had one of the most incredible light shows I have ever seen at a wedding. It was seriously dark though and I resorted to manually focussing here as the 5Dmk2 absolutely refused to focus in this low light. Shot with the 24mm at 1/80s, f/1.4, 6400 iso.
About the photographer: My aim is simple; to provide the most unique and beautiful collection of photographs telling the story of your special day. Photographs that will last a lifetime and beyond.
Photographer Details: Steven Carter Hewson Wedding Photography
Wedding Photography by Sean at Perfect Day Photography
Wedding photographer: Perfect Day Photography
Photo Title: Tree of Life
Photo details: I was struck by the stark beauty of this tree set in marshland.
The image of Aradia and Jono was shot near Iken on the Suffolk coast in May.
About the photographer: London based, I specialise in beautiful, stylish, contemporary wedding photography.
By creatively documenting what unfolds I capture the true essence of the wedding - the laughter, the tears, the joy and all of the emotions of the day.
Photographer Details: Perfect Day Wedding Photography
Wedding Photography by Corrado Chiozzi
Wedding photographer: Corrado Chiozzi
Photo Title: Piano
Photo details: Wedding of an Indian bride and German groom that took place in central London. The image has been take with available light at 24mm full frame digital.
About the photographer: I am an Italian photographer based in London. I cover UK and Italy as well
Photographer Details: Corrado Chiozzi Wedding Photography
B/W vs Colour
Photography is said to be a very subjective thing so, all the following is only my opinion as a photograher and observer. Weddings are a celebration full of emotion and captured moments and presenting them as a story leads to many a discussion of distractions via colour. Life is full of colour - lack of colour usually represents dull, lifeless and void of joy. So, why do so many photographers insist on using black and white to represent one of the most joyous days of life? Can we really argue that seeing a photograph in colour actually distracts from the emotion of that scene?