Protected: Ellie and Ben at Chilham Church

July 20, 2009  |  Weddings
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  • Ellie and Ben

    what happens when you know you will be drinking too much champagne? That’s right – you hire a fantastic photographer to bring the memories back. Thanks for these. We can’t wait to see the rest of them.

    Love from Ellie and Ben currently living it up in Mauritius xxxxxx

  • Graham and Hilary (proud parents0

    Thankyou for these wonderful photographs which bring us back perfectly to a beautiful day. They are outstanding and we can’t wait to see the rest!!

    We also want to thank you for your relaxed and empathetic style which very much added to the day.

  • michelle -owner of the little boy chilling under the tree

    What lovely photos they made me giggle and smile , they truly capture the essence of the day . Looking forward to the rest.

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  • http://www.davidfenwick.co.uk/ David Fenwick

    Hi Jonathan,

    I’ve just been enjoying some of your recent galleries – excellent work as ever.

    The top photo here is obviously capturing a high dynamic range (the window reflected in the mirror shows how bright it was outside!). Is it several shots at different exposures combined together or a single RAW processed multiple times? I’m a big fan of Photomatix Pro for HDR work.

    On bright contrasty days, like the one you obviously experienced here, I shoot to preserve highlights, which occasionally sees me dipping down to -2 stops of exposure compensation if the bride is in front of a dark background. I then use Adobe Lightroom to adjust fill light and overall brightness. What are your tactics for these sorts of conditions?

    All the best,

    David

  • admin

    Thanks David – it’s nice to know how many of the local photographers are keeping an eye on me ;)
    Short answer is there’s no way you’d get that image from a single file.
    And on bright sunny days….I travel with about £5K worth of fashion level location flash. I’d rather capture great images live than muck about in editing trying to save pictures.

  • Hylton

    What fantastic photos. It was a wonderful day, all the best.

    Hylton