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Sarah and John’s wedding

No, I haven’t disappeared off the face of the earth.  But I’m very conscious that I’ve got more than a bit behind with blogging what I’ve been doing over the summer.  I did have a small interlude in France with my family and I’m hoping that next year I may be able to combine this lovely time with photographing some weddings so if anyone knows somebody who’s getting married in the Languedoc next year and would like a British wedding photographer, let me know!  It’s not all been sun and relaxation though.  I’ve been lucky enough to be allowed to second shoot at some fabulous weddings with some of the people that I consider to be the best wedding photographers in the UK.  I was going to do a round-up of images from all these weddings but I’ve got so many images to share I think I need to do them one at a time.  First off is from way back in June when I accompanied Stewart Randall www.randallphotography.co.uk, who has been a huge help and inspiration to me, to Wentworth Castle for the wedding of Sarah and John.  The highlight for me was racing around in a golf buggy with Stewart driving (he didn’t trust me, why ever not?) and me frantically trying to get an in focus shot of Sarah and John on their buggy. The other missing weddings will now follow in quick succession!

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The master in action…

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  • Peter LawsonLove the shots! Especially the buggy shot (both of them, actually), totally worth hanging on for dear life with Stewart’s crazy driving! Also love the last picture.

    Great picture of Stewart working it for the camera too!

  • Chris MacKenzieLovely photographs Susie. Well worth the wait. My favourited are the first and second and mr Randall all dressed up. Can’t wait to see the others

  • James PearsonVery nice photographs; everyone looks really relaxed and like they’re having loads of fun. I really love the final portrait – beautiful composition and location!

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