Suffolk & Essex Wedding Photography Portfolio

Wedding Photography Essex & Suffolk – Portfolio Galleries

You can see examples of my wedding photography from venues all across Suffolk & Essex in these portfolio galleries.

Of course, as I photograph an entire wedding day, many styles lend themselves to different times of the day. I photograph details, casual moments, atmospheric shots and a few of the traditional groups. What you see here only touches upon the photographic coverage from a whole wedding.

Off-camera lighting and strong reflection make for a striking photo at Woodhall ManorThe front of Leez Priory is so distinctive!Lovely red-brick textures and green leafyness. A really relaxed and happy wedding photoA very dramatic wedding photograph - the bright orange colour inside the cart lodge at Moreves barn. photographed with off-camera flashWalking photographs are always my favourites!Leez Priory's striking front, with big blue sky and fluffy cloudsRelaxed, informal wedding photographyBlack and white wedding photography. One of the long corridors at Gosfield HallClassic and simple, no fancy camera angles, posing or tricks. Just a gorgeous location!Out-of-focus elements giving a more candid feel to the photographA tender moment, in a golden field of wheat, on the walk back to Gosfield Hall from the Church ceremonyThis photo is a great way of showing the ring details, with a background of the wedding suit's colours. An added bonus in this example is the heart-shape made by the shade falling on the hands!Casual wedding photography at Leez Priory's towerThe bride and groom, both professional ballroom dancers, dance partners and teachers strike a pose for me at the staircase at Gosfield HallWedding photo with blue sky and fluffy cloudsBride, with her bridesmaids. This photo shows off the bridesmaids dress colours and the hairdo's of the girlsGorgeous sunset at Gosfield Hall! Bride and groom strike a pose. Lit with off-camera lighting setupVeil blowing in an 'S' shape. The classic 'walking away and looking back' wedding photograph, made all the better by the wind blowing the veil into a lovely 'S' shape!Wedding Rings on Military Sword
It's nice to find different places to photograph the wedding rings, this military sword was very appropriate as it was the sword the groom carried as part of his military dress uniform.Everyone enjoying the first dance at Alpheton Hall BarnA lovely time of the day, when the sun is going down, but the sky is still very blue! Off camera flash, and dramatic framing with the bride and groom low int he frame to enhance thew feeling of a big sky!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 finishing her drink!
The ride from the church to the reception was quite short on this wedding, so the bride had to finish her drink quickly, made for a very fun photo!Dramatic big blue sky at Gosfield!Framing a wedding photo through leavesWedding ring detail photo, sitting on hessian and lace detailing of bouquetA night time wedding photograph, the bride and groom in front of Leez Priory, lit by off-camera flashSunset at Gosfield Hall wedding, with bride and groom silhouettedAn ovewrhead group photograph in the shape of a heartBeautiful pink sunset framed with archway, off-camera flash bringing out the white edges to enhance it furtherBride and Groom walking the grounds at Gosfield Hall, with stag statue behind. The bride's veil blowing gently in the wind.Bride and groom, walking in the grounds at Gosfield HallFraming a photograph in a doorway of arched window is always effective! Even better with three arches!Striking reflection of Woodhall Manor. I love this low angle over the water at Woodhall Manor, getting as long as I can to show as much of the building in the reflection as I can.Dramatic evening sunset photo with bride's veil flying in the wind. This shot was created with the help of an off-camera flash, balanced carefully to show the sunset and light the bride and groom well.Huge Redwood tree at Gosfield Hall with bride and groom looking off-cameraA sparkler-exit at Leez PrioryA very relaxed pose at Granary Estates, the bride laughing as she hangs on the groom's shoulderBlack and white wedding photograph at the South face at Gosfield HallUsing Off-camera flash to bring out texturesThe south face of Gosfield Hall with early evening low sun bringing out the textureGroomsmen sit within the LOVE marquee letters in the ground at the Channels estateDramatic sunset at Leez Priory, lit with off-camera flash to save the bride and groom from being silhouettesThe gate to the back lake at Leez Priory has something of a 'secret garden' feel to itNight time photo at the famous Blue Doors at Gosfield HallStriking reflection over one of the lakes at Leez PrioryI love how the I managed to get the church into the frame, to show what the subject is looking at, and really telling more of a story from one imageThe groom and groomsmen!Bride and groom photographed having a quiet moment by one of the stag statues at Gosfield Hall. Casual, relaxed wedding photographyWafting the bride's veil!One of my trademark shots using off camera flash to replicate the look of an overhead streetlightGreat blue sky, meadow and lake. This photo really has a relaxed, timeless feel to it!A Happy Bride and Groom at Leez PriorySweeping the bride's veil through the photo gives it a feel of motionVery relaxed feeling wedding photograph at a quiet corner of the grounds at Gosfield Hall Double-Exposure Photography. This is a striking image created using one heavily silhouetted image of the bride and groom and another of the tree-line at Gosfield. I think this one works particularly well with the bride's fur bolero!Evening photo of the groomsmen with cigars, their smoke picked out by off-camera flash lightingThe 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!Wedding photography by the stone urn at Gosfield. Adding soft, out-of-focus edges to photos can create a nice look!Hengrave Hall Church Photography
A Back-lit shot like this has a really striking look to it, but I also love including architectural details of settings like this, the church at Hengrave Hall. I find it really pleasing how nicely the stone texture comes across.Moving the bride's veil through the photo for nice out-of-focus elementsBlue sky framed by archway with bride and groom having a quiet momentBridesmaids photobomb a photo from the top of the stairs at Gosfield Hall!Lavender in bloom at Leez Priory's towerUsing out-of focus elements to bring your eye to the sharpness of the main subject of the photoWalking through Leez Priory's main arched doorwayA night time photo at Leez Priory with candles and floodlightsFraming a wedding photograph through the treesSimple, classic symetry in black and white, at the towerTender moment between newlyweds. Relaxed wedding photography at Gosfield Hall

Many, many more examples of my photography can be seen across my website, from my Blog pages, or you can browse these blogs sorted by wedding venue.

You can view Entire weddings under ‘view photos‘, as wedding guests will view, though many of these will password-protected. Top Venues may show you a specific wedding venue you’d like to see my photography at, or you may like to view my Blog

If you’d like to see if I’m available to photograph your wedding, please visit my Availability Page – Thanks, Ben

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