Wedding photographer: St George & St Martin’s Church, Birches Head & The Upper House, Barlaston, Staffordshire, UK: James & Rebecca

Andy & Amy were the wedding photographers at St George & St Martin’s Church, Birches Head & The Upper House, Barlaston, Staffordshire, UK for the wedding of James & Rebecca.

Sorry this has taken a while to update – it’s not always easy to update the blog when we’re travelling for weddings. We’re back in Italy now and catching up with a mountain of email & processing. Ahh the life of wedding photographers ;)

James & Rebecca were married on 25th July at St George & St Martin’s Roman Catholic Church in Birches Head, Stoke-on-Trent by the friendliest Priest in the UK! After the ceremony they made their way with their guests to the former Wedgewood residence of ‘The Upper House’ near Barlaston. The weather was extremely kind and this allowed the guests to enjoy the wonderful outdoor setting there, both before and after their meal.

Lets check out some of the images:

Sometimes these shots just work. This is ‘out of camera’ with the exception of a tiny contrast adjustment. The catch-lights just bring her eyes alive.

“I love my bracelet!”

Since the ties took so long for the boys to figure out, I decided to focus my attention on the cufflinks ;) (You had to be there!)

I don’t know what it is about this image that I like, but it just jumps out at me – particularly the large version. It’s an unusual angle for us since normally we would have avoided the pillar but the light is lovely.

Occasionally we’re asked to re-create a shot that the couple have seen before. Here goes…

The videographer was doing something with James & Rebecca in the bushes (ahem!) when Amy captured this candid. It almost looks setup.

James grabbed something and this was the reaction!

The lovely lady herself.

We’ve a lot of images to work through now and process as the travelling has put us a little behind schedule. Check back in a day or two for a couple of shots from Gareth & Anna’s wedding in Cornwall.
– Andy

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