Saturday, 26 December 2009

A Look Back at 2009's Weddings | Chloe Browne : London Wedding Photographer

Well, what a beautiful year it has been. So many weddings, so many new friends, so many photos...

I've had the pleasure of photographing weddings all over London this year, in sun, rain and snow and I've loved them all. Here are a few, but by no means all, of my favourites:

















2010 is going to be amazing with so many exciting weddings coming up from Covent Garden to the countryside, here and abroad. I cannot wait.

Thank you to all of you who let me share your day and to all of those who have listened to me going on about lenses and apertures and editing... in particular my ever-enduring husband who I couldn't love more. We got married too this year.

Wishing you all the very best until next year.


Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Meet Jake | Chloe Browne: London Wedding Photographer

My friends Debbie & Jared have the most beautiful little boy. His name is Jake and he has the biggest and cheekiest blue eyes. He's so gorgeous, I am not the only one to have picked up on it.

Debs & I went for a walk around Hyde Park last week; up by the fountains, along to the adventure playground and back home with a latte. I think we tired him out well enough but I will admit to being on the unfit side of exhausted too. 13 hours on your feet in heels with two heavy cameras at a wedding is nothing compared to half an hour in the park with this one:

Meet Jake

Meet Jake

Meet Jake

If you are the type of person who loves photos of other peoples' beautiful children (I am); then have a look at photographer Jodie Chapman's most beautiful family too.

Tuesday, 8 December 2009

A Walk to the Shops | Chloe Browne: London Wedding Photographer

Sometimes, when you're still fragile from the flu, just a walk to the shops wrapped up nice and warm, makes you feel so much better. Fresh air, time to wander, a coffee and a little slice of cake (or two...) It just does the trick.

Walk to the shops

Walk to the shops

Walk to the shops

Walk to the shops

Walk to the shops

Walk to the shops

And of course, the walk back home again.

Walk to the shops