On Saturday 30th July I drove down to London for Hannah and Paul’s wedding photography at The HAC (Honourable Artillery Company) in London (http://www.hac.org.uk/) and St Lukes church.
This was my first visit to St Lukes Church and I was greeted by the very friendly vicar who kindly allowed me to stand wherever I liked to photograph the ceremony. Friendly vicars always make my job easier and I must say I have been very lucky so far this year with many vicars allowing me to photograph the ceremony discreetly, I’m still working on registrars who often have strict no photography rules. I use a rangefinder camera for the quiet parts of the ceremony to ensure I don’t intrude on proceedings.
After the ceremony Hannah, Paul and their guests drove across London to The HAC for the wedding reception. I have previously photographed a couple of other weddings at the HAC but it still takes me by surprise as you leave the busy City Road and turn into this green oasis in the heart of London.
One of the advantages in booking me for your wedding is you don’t have to stand around for hours waiting for formal photographs, I spent around 10 minutes taking a few family groups for Hannah & Paul, after which they were able to enjoy the rest of the day and leave me in the background to capture some lovely photographs showing the love between them, their family and friends.
Please contact me if you are looking for a HAC wedding photographer and I can show you some more of my work.