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Sneak Peeks – Micklefield Hall Wedding

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A Micklefield Hall wedding.

I’ve been so excited about this wedding. From the moment Frances and I started chatting, I knew she would look stunning, like a old movie star. Frances was keen for lots of black and white portraits and really wanted me to take polaroids during their portrait session, two of my favourite things.

These are just a couple of the portraits from the shoot. I always send my couples a  sneak peek of their wedding photos after the wedding. Normally I am too excited about looking through their images and can’t wait to edit a few. Also, a couples instagram and facebook are probably full of images and drunken dancing shots and it means they can share a couple of the official wedding photos with their friends and family. For Frances and Nomsey, I made sure there were plenty of black and white images. I did include a few colour ones just because the light and colours were just too lovely to convert to black and white. These two totally embraced the portrait session, forgetting that I was there and just enjoying the moment. Enjoying the quiet and just having some time alone.

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I’m a London based photographer focusing on creative, honest reportage wedding photography.

This isn’t traditional wedding photography, it’s all about you, telling your story, capturing the spirit of the day.  I am available to shoot elopements, weddings and family sessions in London, UK and Europe.

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Sneak Peeks – Micklefield Hall Wedding

4 Responses

  1. Beautiful work Lisa. Mono images are killer.

    Thomas Blake May 11, 2017 at 3:48 pm #
  2. Lovely little sneak peek, look forward to seeing the rest on your blog soon 🙂

    Paul Keppel May 11, 2017 at 9:47 pm #
  3. This are just so wonderfully elegant.
    Beautiful work

    Lucy Turnbull May 12, 2017 at 3:48 pm #
  4. Wow, those portraits are composed beautifully.

    Louise Adby May 17, 2017 at 9:50 pm #

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