I do my last wedding end April and site is funded till end of may . I have not put any of my photos on forums since a bad experience with idiots on
Nikonites. Don't claim to do anything fantastic but if you want to look at my site just to prove I am what I say it is here www.1and1photography.co.uk The client area has my last 120 weddings ( not all weddings are created equal) any e mail will get you in ie Obama@hotmail.com.
Look out for the hearts, artificial grass and 14mm disco shots with my own battery powered disco lights.
The black and white, St George's hall Liverpool
Dumbleton church Glos, Chateau Impney, Cottrell Park Cardiff
The two hands, the Wharf Burnley,
Which photo's do you mean with the disco lights.
What's the story behind the "St Nicholas Eydon Northants" I'am curious.
BTW, if you don't mind me asking, how many weddings can you realistically do per year, considering the weather, season, time needed for interviewing, preparation and post processing, etc?
At the end of all the weddings is the disco sequence so that's where to look for the lighting.
All the bridal prep stuff/bridesmaids/church rear/doorway/room detail/speeches/disco is taken by my wife who edits it all in lightroom/photoshop/perfectly clear. Usually we end up about 50/50 in the shot count at about 465 each. Every wedding is SSDD so each of us knows exactly what to do without much discussion.
Equipment is fishingstool,tennis balls,steps,artificial grass, board for bride to stand on,fishing rod (extendable),Traffic cones,2 cake knives, Imodium, tea cloth,disco lights.
Being a photographer is a lot like being a Christian: Some people look at you funny but do not see the amazing beauty all around them - heartyfisher.
That said, hat's off to you, I could never put up with a wedding party, based on experience with my family...