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I've been so busy with weddings over the last month I've not had time to keep this weekly blog series going.
So back into the routine for the Autumn with this picture from a wedding a few weeks ago:
This week I want to share with you some pictures from a recent wedding at the Quality Hotel in Boldon.
It is a venue I find myself working at several times a year, it is close to where my grandmother lived when I was growing up, so it's an area I like to return to whenever I can.
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Here is the latest photo from my archive, taken in York in the summer of 2016.
I favour unrehearsed & natural photographs, and children are especially suited to this style of photography:
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I usually leave a wedding shortly after the first dance, however on this occasion I knew several guests attending at Solberge Hall, so I decided to stick around.
The latter stages of the evening reception can gift you unusual photographs you would never usually expect to see. In this case, a conga line provided a funny & unusual photo:
I've decided I will be sharing a photograph from my archive every Friday.
It will be 1 photo at a time, selected from the hundreds of weddings I have shot over the last 9 years.
The first photograph I have chosen to share with you is this one of 3 girls on a bouncy castle, it is from a wedding at Bede Tower in my hometown of Sunderland, taken in 2014.