Category Archives: Kent Wedding Photography ¦ Kent Wedding Photographer

GM Studio Photography is based in London, but I’m always delighted to attend your wedding in one of the many beautiful Wedding Venues in Kent. Please have a look below at the weddings I took in Kent and at my Kent Wedding Photography Page.

St Andrews Church and Selsdon Park Hotel Wedding Photography | Tanya and Tom

St Andrews Church and Selsdon Park Hotel Wedding Photography

Tanya and Tom Wedding at St Andrews Church in Bromley and the wedding reception at the Selsdon Park Hotel were simply fantastic, full of happiness and excitement from the early morning to the late night.

As wedding photographer I started to take pictures early in the morning during the bridal preparation, I really love to start to take some pictures just before everybody is getting ready as it shows how the fantastic wedding day, developed from the morning to the night, documenting all the many phases that make this day unique and unforgettable. Continue reading and view the pictures gallery

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Zarina and Matthew Wedding at Bickley Manor Hotel – Kent Wedding Photography

Zarina and Matthew Wedding was a wonderful emotional day from early morning where I started to get pictures at the Bride’s place, to late evening during the reception. The Wedding Ceremony and Wedding Reception were held at the beautiful and charming Bickley Manor Hotel, Kent.

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It was an enjoyable long day, full of emotions and unique moments, and I really enjoyed every minute of it. I approached this Wedding as a photojournalist wedding photographer, trying to record the story and the emotions of this special day, for sure I took many formal wedding pictures as well but the most of them were not driven.

The weather that day was quite cloudy but variable so we were lucky to also have some sun while taking the wedding formal  pictures, i had to change  the  camera settings quite often and fast in order to keep the right exposure for any light variations.

I use my camera mostly in manual mode so I need to be very careful about the light in the scene. Almost all the wedding location pictures were taken fro 100 iso to 400 iso, while the wedding indoor  pictures were taken from 400 to 3200 iso. I often use 1600 to 3200 iso indoor just because I always try to avoid the use of the flash if possible, and if it’s not possible I try to bounce it on a wall or  ceiling or any available surface, ambient light is always better in terms of colours rendition than flash light.

So, do I never use the flash? Well, I use the flash a lot, but it’s rare I use it as main light, I use it mainly as fill light, to open the shadows or to balance a dark foreground against a very bright background.

In the gallery below there are few pictures taken that day.

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