Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Lois & Steve | Chloe Browne: London Wedding Photographer

I could not believe how beautiful a venue Little Hermitage was, when I turned up on on a dazzling April morning, to photograph Lois & Steve's wedding. An old Georgian house is a very lovely place to get married, with a great big green garden and a beautiful room to get ready in. With a glass or two of champagne, of course.



I'm off to Tuscany this weekend to photograph a very special wedding and I simply cannot wait-I hope to even squeeze in a day off whilst we're there too. Perhaps we'll go to Siena or Florence or just sit in a piazza and eat ourselves into oblivion. I really do love Italy; it's food, culture, heritage and I am sure, its weddings too.


Nicholas-André said...

What a venue, fantastic capture of the house Chloe ... and the details - love the Chanel powder shot. As always, loved looking at these.

EmmaG said...

Love the expressions you've caught on so many faces. Really beautiful natural shots.

Annamarie said...

Gorgeous images...especially love the detail shots - really lovely x

Elmo said...

Cant wait to see matteuchi's wedding! Yay!

Joseph Yarrow Bristol Wedding Photographer said...

Oh My!
Amazing pictures Chloe.
I love all of them, really.

Caught the Light said...

Thank you, guys! It was such an easy-going day, everyone was so relaxed. I had a great time & I met one of Franz Ferdinand too!

Joseph Yarrow Bristol Wedding Photographer said...

Haha, that's Brilliant. I'm sure he must of asked how I'm doing nowadays... =p

Anonymous said...

what a beautiful setting to take such magical shots... you just keep getting better and better! annette x

JasonG said...

Hey you, this collection is fantastic. I love the one on the terrace. You have captured what looked like a fun and relaxing wedding.

FEDERICA said...

Hi! I just found your blog and I really love your photos! Gorgeous!
I'm very curious...what kind of camera and lens do you use?
I have a Canon 500D and I'd like to buy a new lens, what's the best lens for portraits?
Thank you sooo much for your help!

Greetings from Italy!

Kevin Mullins said...

Lovely shots - the detail shots are really wonderful.

Caught the Light said...

Federica, thank you for your comment! I love your blog-what a stylish one.

I like prime lenses for portraiture. I mostly use my 35mm 1.4 which is beautiful & wide, but the 85mm 1.8 & 50mm 1.4 are much cheaper alternatives.

All the best!