My Top 10 photographs of 2014
Newcastle Wedding Photographer | Leighton Bainbridge
What would be your Top 10?
Here we go….
What an amazing year 2014 was, photographed so many gorgeous weddings and met so many awesome people.
I knew picking 10 photographs from last years weddings was going to be hard, ha-ha so hard in fact it’s actually 11. I just couldn’t take one more away from the selection.
In no particular order…
I love this photograph of Shaun, Christina kept him waiting a little longer then anticipated and I think Shaun’s cheeky little grin says it all.
As soon as I captured this shot of Rachel putting her earring in, I knew instantly I had a beautiful shot. Rachel looked stunning on her big day and I loved her hair and hairpiece.
At Natalie & Carl’s wedding it rained all day and we only managed to get outside right before I was due to leave. I made sure I didn’t disappoint Natalie getting her dress wet with this gorgeous shot with Linden Hall in the background.
Another stunning shot from Christina & Shaun’s wedding these two were a couple I could just keep on shooting over and over.
I was so lucky with the sky for Stacy & David’s wedding and as soon as I saw the sky I hustled them outside to capture this beauty. There was no way this wasn’t making it to my top 10.
With Tina & Neil’s photograph I could of picked both the colour and black and white as they are both amazing in their own rights but in the end it had to be black and white.
This is the first image from Rachel & Emma’s wedding. What stands out the most for me, is that you can really see and feel how much it means to them both. I instantly feel like I am there in the room with them.
The hardest job was to not pick to many from Rachel & Emma’s wedding. I have so many that I love from there wedding at Newton Hall that my list would be huge. One things for sure and that is there is no denying this fireplace photograph a place in the top 10
Vicky & Martin’s day was another day where we had downpour, and when I say downpour it was torrential. But it was on and off which added so much character to the sky. As soon as the sun started setting I grabbed them for this amazing shot with The Ramside Hall in the background.
My first visit to Rockliffe Hall and I was blown away at Jill & John’s wedding but the best picture for me didn’t involve the hall. With the wind blowing a whoolie all day I managed to capture Jill’s dress blowing around with some great detail in the sky.
This is the second one from Stacy & David’s big day and I love this one because of the character that the tall trees bring to the image. It’s as if to say that there journey is about to begin.
Why not let me know if there is an image you would of had included in the top 10
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