Anglesey WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER | On Tour
Bethany and Will were originally to be married at The Outbuilding here on Anglesey. That was before Covid 19 turned our lives upsidedown. I did get an opportunity to meet them back in February. I took this opportunity to photograph them, you can see their pre wedding shoot here.
Momentum and this ANGLESEY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
Yes of course it’s important to maintain an income but equally it’s important to maintain momentum. Weddings take me on a glorious ride from early spring to early winter. This huge activity wave gathers me up and carries me along. It’s familiar and it has become essential. This year, frankly I’ve felt adrift. Thankfully I’ve only lost one wedding. Others have rolled over to next year and now some are moving to 2022. I can’t blame my lovely brides and grooms for rescheduling, it’s a worrying time.
I miss the energy that weddings ooze. I’m propeled by the emotions that swirl around a wedding day. Mostly I miss pressing that shutter release at a critical, never to be seen again moment. I miss weddings.
Bethany and Will
From Anglesey the wedding moved to Chelsea Registry office and then to Wandsworth Town Hall. The number of guests allowed kept being cut, it was a tense time but I was going. Their family over in New Zealand watched the ceremony online thanks to the videographer. Imagine the pressure of securing that connection, he did well.
The rest of the country received an absolute deluge but Wandsworth did not. I had a fancy pink Ford-Edsel Ranger, a gorgeous Bride and Groom and an empty courtyard to work with. I was in my element. I’d got it! I jumped in a taxi, bought my M&S butty, caught the train….but because of that earlier deluge we travelled at 50mph to Crewe. Of course I’d missed my connection and had to cab it to Bangor, I got home at 2 a.m. It doesn’t matter, what matters is these wedding images.
If you’re planning your wedding and like the way I’ve captured Beth and Will’s wedding day then please do contact me. We can talk through your ideas and I can tell you how best to use my time. I’m an Anglesey wedding photographer and a North Wales wedding photographer and sometimes I go on tour. Contact me here or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or look through my website: www.gilljonesphotography.co.uk
Captured within the walls of Wandsworth Town Hall. Please carry on and scroll through Beth and Will’s wedding images.
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