Back in December, I shot a wedding during some of the heaviest snowfall in the UK in recent memory. Now, I know that for most of the rest of the world several inches of snow is nothing to get massively excited about, but here in the UK the schools get closed if the wind is blowing in the wrong direction, so...
Slight exaggeration there, but you get the point. :)
Anyway, I had a great time shooting in the snow and I think there were some pretty good images made for the happy couple, so I thought I'd share just a few with the world. No model releases I'm afraid, hence them only being posted off-site. Sorry!
One other thing... during the shooting outside in the snow, I actually dropped my Canon 17-40mm f4L into a snow drift... and didn't notice it missing from my pocket until 15 mins later! It is a testament to the quality of the lens that once I'd dug it out, brought it into the warm and given it time to dry out, it worked perfectly. I even used it for some group shots later in the evening. Well done Canon. :)
So, if you're interested, head on over to the Stuart Key Photography Blog and let me know what you think!
Thanks for reading.
Photo credits: James Steidl.
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