Here in the UK, the year starts and ends with winter. How might that be reflected in your wedding photographs? Firstly, there are more hours of darkness, so it might well be dusk by 4:00 pm. This particularly applies to December and January weddings, as the shortest day falls just before Christmas. However, this could be offset by magical, twinkling festive lights everywhere that can be captured on film.
The additional light in spring mean there’s more time to capture the perfect pictures during daylight hours. The seasonal flowers may also feature in your photographs – both in the grounds of your venue and in the bouquets and floral decorations.
There is plenty of daylight during summer. This means your photographer can take more time over creating and shooting the ideal images. Again the backdrop will be affected too – you may see greener or drier grass, as well as summer flowers in bloom.
Autumn colours can really impact on your wedding album, especially if you choose fall colours for your flowers and décor, or opt for a venue that features brightly coloured autumn foliage. The higher chance of rain during the colder months mean it is a good idea to find a wedding photographer in Liverpool who is an expert in adverse weather conditions – something we excel in here at Matthew Rycraft Photography.
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