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Old Royal Naval College Weddings

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I recently photographed Charlotte and Michael’s wedding at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, which is without any doubt one the most spectacular venues for weddings in all of London. There are multiple possibilities of where one can hold the ceremony at this venue, and Charlotte and Michael’s wedding was held in the intimate Admiral’s House. This is right beside The Thames and I started off by photographing Charlotte’s bridal preparation shots before walking upstairs to the ceremony room. The magnificent Painted Hall is another option suitable for larger weddings. Another aspect I really like is are the grand backdrops and surroundings which make for spectacular couple portraits.

After the ceremony we were greeted with blazing sunshine during which I captured some photojournalistic style images before starting the group shots. We then moved on for a quick couple portrait session. Even with limited time, in this case around fifteen minutes, I always srive for as much variety in the couple portrait pictures as possible so I work pretty fast! Just as we had completed the couple prtraits the rain came down so we all ran for cover and the guests enjoyed a delicious lunch. My coverage of the day was rounded off by photographing the speeches at the nearby Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich which is also a superb wedding venue itself.

Charlotte looked amazing – just scroll down and see – as did Michael of course! It was an absolute pleasure working with you both and once again many congratulations!

If you are planning a wedding at the Old Royal Naval College, please contact me to discuss your photography requirements in further detail.

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I recently photographed Charlotte and Michael’s wedding at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, which is without any doubt one the most spectacular venues for weddings in all of London. There are multiple possibilities of where one can hold the ceremony at this venue, and Charlotte and Michael’s wedding was held in the intimate Admiral’s House. This is right beside The Thames and I started off by photographing Charlotte’s bridal preparation shots before walking upstairs to the ceremony room. The magnificent Painted Hall is another option suitable for larger weddings. Another aspect I really like are the grand backdrops and surroundings which make for spectacular couple portraits.

After the ceremony we were greeted with blazing sunshine during which I captured some photojournalistic style images before starting the group shots. We then moved on for a quick couple portrait session. Even with limited time, in this case around fifteen minutes, I always strive for as much variety in the couple portrait pictures as possible so I work pretty fast! Just as we had completed the couple portraits the rain came down so we all ran for cover and the guests enjoyed a delicious lunch. My coverage of the day was rounded off by photographing the speeches at the nearby Trafalgar Pub in Greenwich which is also a superb wedding venue itself.

Charlotte looked amazing – just scroll down and see – as did Michael of course! It was an absolute pleasure working with you both and once again many congratulations!

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