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Stephen Casey
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Documentary wedding photography lens choices to achieve your style
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Take a look at my recent article where I discuss wedding photographers backgrounds.
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A photo of the children playing at Caroline & John's wedding at the Selsdon Park Hotel on the 15th June. Nothing like a bubble machine to get kids excited. Nothing as an adult seems to replace the sheer exuberance and fun of childhood and I would say I am a pretty happy grown up.
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"To pose or not to pose that is the question". Take a look at my latest article on my blog where I discuss the merits of posing.
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Another shot from this weekends wedding in London and yes this shot was taken about 5 miles from central london. One of the reasons I always check out the area around the venues to find the best locations ahead of time. 
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A shot from a wedding I shot this weekend. The wedding was in london starting in Kenton Harrow and then on to the Brewery in the city. I went on the hunt for locations last week and found a country park /nature reserve near to the church where we stopped and did some bride and groom portraits. One of the shots you can see below. Just as we finished this shot it started to rain. Sometimes 10 minutes is all you get to get the shot.
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Lizzie and her mother share an unspoken moment while getting ready. Photographing the morning preparations you never know what lighting you will be working with. This hotel room had beautiful soft directional light coming from the netted windows. To make it better no one had turned on the room lights. I love dramatic high contrast lighting so was in my element. Shot with a Nikon D3s and 24-70 at 2.8.
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A few weeks ago I bought one of the last of the stock of Nikon D800s. The new camera the D810 was announced today. From the specs I read briefly on the train today it looks like a series of upgrades to the previous model rather than anything revolutionary which was a relief after shelling out almost £2000. I will be posting a blog post on my main site soon giving my impressions of using the D800 as a wedding camera. My impression so far is it is a lot quicker in use than I had expected even compared to my Nikon D3s. The extra resolution is great and file management in post processing is still very manageable. Extra hard drive space these days is relatively inexpensive. Write speed in the camera is pretty impressive and the only time I have momentarily hit the buffer was during a series of confetti shots. Anyway I will post the link to the full review as soon as it is written. 
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Great wedding Photographs and great wedding photographers have the ability to capture somethig special. Check one of my blog posts where I discuss the key aspects in what makes a wedding photograph great and separates it from the average.
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The bride arrives at the church for her Wedding in North london.
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