A summer wedding at Winters Barn(s). Because I was going away on holiday, this particular Canterbury wedding photography had to be turned around super-fast. I had the images finished and returned to the couple for the following day. It’s normally two weeks but by the time the couple and I were due to be back it would have been rather a long wait for them so I drank a lot of coffee and got it done! You’ve heard me say it before but baking hot days still require the use of shade and reflected light. I have a lot of people with their own cameras on the day asking “why are you going where it’s dark?” or “why are you using flash during the day?”. The reason is that reflected light is softer than direct sunlight and flash can fill in the shadows a little where necessary. The difference between the sunlight and the shadows can sometimes be x 4 so working from a shaded area and introducing the light selectively makes a huge difference. If you’re thinking of getting married in Kent, London or other parts of the South East or UK or want Canterbury wedding photography and would like to have a chat about choosing the right photographer, do please get in touch.