Recommended Leez Priory Wedding Photographer

Recommended Leez Priory Wedding Photographer

Ben Brown, Wedding Photographer for Lavenham Photographic Studio has been recommended by Leez Priory in Essex for around 20 years! There is a close relationship between Ben and staff, which helps the wedding day run smoothly. Also, this wealth of experience means the best locations for the best wedding photographs are easily found. All kinds of weather, lighting and times of the year create varied sets of wedding photographs.

As a recommended Leez Priory Wedding Photographer, Ben has a favourite set of positions around the grounds of Leez Priory. Though no two weddings are the same, there will always be little differences. Lighting, weather and certainly the way people interact with each other will always make a difference from one wedding to another.

Experience helps knowing where to photograph next, or where would look great at a certain time or with certain lighting. These things certainly help get the best photographs without taking too long, or missing photos that would look particularly great!

A Variety of Styles of Photography

Weddings are photographed in a variety of styles, being invisible and discrete as possible for a lot of the time, but knowing when to step in and arrange something not to be missed! Knowing how to be invisible, but also knowing how to take command and arrange a large group of people when needed is something often complimented on!

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Below is a gallery of plenty of examples of my wedding photography at Leez Priory. This will certainly give a good idea of the sort of photos to expect if I photographed your wedding.

Wafting the bride's veil!Lamp Lighting, Carriageway doors, Leez Priory
I came up with my own way of lighting this shot at Leez Priory, to give the effect that it's being lit by the lamp over their heads. The lighting from above gives a dramatic effect and shows the texture of the metal studs well too.I love to include as much texture and detail as I can at a Leez Priory wedding - here the  wisteria and red brick really let you know which venue this is!Another great textured doorway at Leez Priory, so much texture here!Casual wedding photography at Leez Priory's towerSparklers Light Trail, Leez Priory
This photo is quite complex to set up, it takes a ten second exposure, three flashes off-camera, and several takes! But when it works it looks awesome!Wedding photo with blue sky and fluffy cloudsA night time wedding photograph, the bride and groom in front of Leez Priory, lit by off-camera flashClassic and simple, no fancy camera angles, posing or tricks. Just a gorgeous location!Leez Priory's castellations - so distinctive!One of my favourite locations at Leez Priory for the quality of the bokeh (speckled, out-of-focus background) it always producesFraming a wedding photograph through the treesSimple, classic symetry in black and white, at the towerFraming a wedding photograph through a doorway archSweeping the bride's veil through the photo gives it a feel of motionDramatic sunset at Leez Priory, lit with off-camera flash to save the bride and groom from being silhouettesThe groom and groomsmen!A big blue sky over the bride and groom at Leez PrioryThe wonderful carved details in one of the old doors at Leez Priory are just perfect for sitting wedding rings in for a detail photograph. Especially good when the wedding rings have this much detail!Sunset, Leez Priory
When I see a sunset, if I can, I go grab the bride and groom! Sunsets at Leez Priory are quite rare to capture, as the sun sets right behind a thick set of trees. On this occasion it filled so much of the sky I could capture it well, with off-camera flash to illuminate the bride and groomBy the Lake, Leez Priory
With a prime lens such as my Sigma 50mm 1.4 Art, the bokeh (The quality of the out of focus speckles) is so good, that I sometimes make a feature of it and compose the photo to include it!The tower at Leez Priory, one of the most distinctive and striking placesA very dramatic sunset photographed at Leez PriorySparklers Writing, Leez Priory
On a November Evening, it felt the right thing to do to play with sparklers in photosA night time wedding photograph, the bride and groom in front of Leez Priory, lit by off-camera flashRelaxed, informal wedding photographyExcited Bride and Groom, Leez Priory
Great expressions and natural, characteristic moments are the best thing to capture, this photo sums up their happiness perfectly!Lamp Lighting, Carriageway doors, Leez Priory
I came up with my own way of lighting this shot at Leez Priory, to give the effect that it's being lit by the lamp over their heads. The lighting from above gives a dramatic effect and shows the texture of the metal studs well too.A night time photo at Leez Priory with candles and floodlightsFraming a wedding photo through leavesFraming a photograph through leafy foliage during a romantic photoshoot gives a more candid feelLavender in bloom at Leez Priory's towerLet it Snow!, Leez Priory
To add further to the amazing romanticism of a Leez Priory Tower wedding ceremony, we looked out of the window to see huge great snowflakes!The gate to the back lake at Leez Priory has something of a 'secret garden' feel to itA Happy Bride and Groom at Leez PrioryStriking reflection over one of the lakes at Leez PrioryTwo brides in one of Leez Priory's gorgeous arched doorways on their wedding daySparklers Light Trail, Leez Priory
This photo is quite complex to set up, it takes a ten second exposure, three flashes off-camera, and several takes! But when it works it looks awesome!Takling a stroll with Leez Priory's striking frontage ebhind Two Brides at the Tower with lavender in bloomThe front of Leez Priory is so distinctive!One of my trademark shots using off camera flash to replicate the look of an overhead streetlightBride and Groom Behind Door, Before Ceremony
The bride and groom hadn't seen each other yet when I took this photograph, we got the groom up to the bride's room, and they just held hand around the door without seeing each otherBride and Groom Behind Door, Before Ceremony
The bride and groom hadn't seen each other yet when I took this photograph, we got the groom up to the bride's room, and they just held hand around the door without seeing each otherBride and groom walking in front of the lake at Leez Priory, with arms linked. These photos are certainly arranged, but my aim is to look as unposed as possibleA night time wedding photograph, the bride and groom in front of Leez Priory, lit by off-camera flashLamp Lighting, Carriageway doors, Leez Priory
I came up with my own way of lighting this shot at Leez Priory, to give the effect that it's being lit by the lamp over their heads. The lighting from above gives a dramatic effect and shows the texture of the metal studs well too.Groomsmen walking with a carved wooden doorway at LeezWonderful blue sky over Leez Priory, a dramatic composition with the bride and groom low in the frameWalking photographs are always my favourites!Bride and groom stand between huse carved wood doorsNatural light, in the light oak room. A very relaxed photo Relaxed, comfortable posing of the bride and groom in front of one of the lovely old wooden doors at Leez Priory. There's so much texture at Leez!Using Off-camera flash to bring out texturesLeez Priory's tower, in early evening, with the moon directly overheadBride, with her bridesmaids. This photo shows off the bridesmaids dress colours and the girl's hairFirst dance in the carriageway at Leez Priory Wedding. I set up a couple of my remote lights to create these starbursts each side of the bride and groomWind Blowing Dress, Leez Priory
The wind blowing the bow at the back of the dress makes for a great wedding photo!Leez priory wedding photo, framed through leafy treesSparklers, Leez Priory.
Sometimes I play with sparklers, making light trails, words etc, but it's also nice to get a simple pose using the sparklers. This is one of my trademade night photos at Leez, with off-camera flashAutumn Leaves, Leez Priory.
These yellow leaves appeared just in time for this wedding, the following week was back at Leez Priory, and the colour had already gone, which makes these wedding photos quite unique!One of the ancient carvings in a doorway at leez Priory is such a nice spot to nestle the wedding rings for a detail photograph!Bride and groom walking through an archway in Leez Priory's towerNatural light in this photo brings the textures out beautifullyThe Groom with his Groomsmen.
It's a big day for the groom, so I spend a short wihle getting a few photos with his groomsmen. I always start with a very natural group photo, before getting them to pose a little more, to see what looks most comfortableLeez Priory's striking front, with big blue sky and fluffy cloudsLovely red-brick textures and green leafyness. A really relaxed and happy wedding photoBride, with her bridesmaids. This photo shows off the bouquets, bridesmaids dress colours, and the girl's hairA sparkler-exit at Leez PrioryAn ovewrhead group photograph in the shape of a heartMoving the bride's veil through the photo for nice out-of-focus elementsUsing out-of focus elements to bring your eye to the sharpness of the main subject of the photoWalking through Leez Priory's main arched doorwayAnother of the amazing textured wooden doors at Leez Priory. Nice framing, the doorway central, the guys standing in a symmetrical pattern!Lamp Lighting, Carriageway doors, Leez Priory
I came up with my own way of lighting this shot at Leez Priory, to give the effect that it's being lit by the lamp over their heads. The lighting from above gives a dramatic effect and shows the texture of the metal studs well too.