I've been the wedding photographer at the Great Tythe Barn a few times now and it, once again, provided a great backdrop for this Autumn wedding last year.Read More
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Finally getting around to blogging my best wedding photography of 2016 roundup! In this collection you'll find some of my personal favourites from a few of the weddings in Bristol and Somerset that I've had the pleasure to photograph over the past 12 months. I normally get my best-of published by the first of January but with a couple winter weddings at Old Down Estate and Walton Castle along with a number of family portrait sessions just before Christmas, it's been a busy January getting the pictures processed and delivered to my clients.
I just wanted to thank all of my clients this year for allowing me to document one of the most important days of your lives. Thanks for looking!
Priston Mill Wedding Photography by Scott Wilson.
Through the recommendation of previous wedding clients, I was asked by to be the Bath wedding photographer for this beautiful country house wedding at Priston Mill. Priston Mill is a rural, luxury wedding venue south of Bath. Michelle and Darryl were looking for a natural, documentary style wedding photographer so they could enjoy their day and relax with their friends and family, without standing around for hours getting pictures at all the local landmarks. They were two of the kindest, most genuine people I've met and it was a true pleasure getting to know them and to be asked to photograph their wedding.
The day started off getting ready at Radford Villa, near Bath, in their amazing reception room. A vintage wedding car then brought Michelle to Priston Mill for an emotional walk across the gardens to her waiting husband to be. We were so lucky with the weather that day so that they could have the outdoor ceremony they were after. A huge thank you again for having me there as part of your wedding day!
Documentary wedding photography at its best! I must say I love this frame, capturing the essence of what wedding photography is all about - the connection and love between the bride and groom. You don't get shots like this during a staged portrait session. Sometimes posed photos can look like natural wedding photography, which is great and I'll sometimes do that with my clients if they so desire, but genuine, natural moments (by definition) can't really be staged. The choice of black and white for this first dance photo is so that any distracting elements of colour are eliminated so all the attention is on their connection.
From a recent wedding at Old Oak Farm wedding venue in Taunton. Wedding Photographer Taunton.