Lucie & Tom get married

Had a great shoot recently photographing the wedding of Lucie and Tom up here in Saltburn.

All the very best to them both…and here are a few shots from the day…

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

Lucie & Tom's wedding

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2 thoughts on “Lucie & Tom get married

  1. Did you shoot these with a Leica? I once shot a wedding with Leica, and learned quite a lot from the experience. While its not the ideal wedding photography tool, I would say the size and quietness does allow you to become almost fly-on-the-wall photographer.

  2. Not all of them. I used it for many of the bride’s prep shots and some of the others. I also used a Nikon D3s with a 28mm AIS manual focus and a 70-200VR for some of the tight shots in the church.
    It was probably a 60/40 split – in Nikon’s favour – for all the shots.
    As you quite rightly pointed out it isn’t ideal for every situation – high ISO is horrible – but it can give a great look to some of the pictures I think.

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