One Eyeland – 2018 Bronze Winner

Black and White Award Winning First Dance at Aynhoe ParkAward Winning ImageAward Winning Photo

The best of the best wedding photographers– One Eyeland

There’s an old saying: “a picture is worth a thousand words”, if that’s true then here’s 10,000 words from Aynhoe Park

Earlier in the year I submitted 10 of my favourite pictures from Chloe & Joe’s wedding to One Eyeland. If you’re never heard of One Eyeland, it’s: ‘The best photo sharing site around that features top photographers and famous photography’. It isn’t just wedding photography and the calibre of work is strong. VERY strong. When I entered I knew the set was solid, but I never imagined I would win.

A lot of my photography has ended up in black & white this year (or at least many of my awards have). There’s a very special place in my heart for black and white, I think it removes distraction and competing elements that can be found in colour and it gets to the point much quicker. In many ways it helps to distil the moment. Of course black and white isn’t real (we don’t see in monochrome) but in many ways I believe it forces the viewers attention and cuts straight to the essence of the moment.

Curating over 12,000 photos down to 10 (0.08%) is hard but here they are. A gigantic thanks to Sharad Haksar, it’s an honour to be featured!

Bridal prep reflection at Aynhoe ParkThe Lads During Grooms Prep at Anyhoe ParkFunny Wedding Dress MalfunctionAward Winning ImageAward Winning PhotoFather of the Bride - First LookAward Winning ImageAward Winning PhotoChloe ready to get married at Aynhoe ParkStunning Bride Walking down the Isle at Anyhoe ParkAynhoe Park - Just Married Feeling!Award Winning ImageAward Winning PhotoEmotional Pretty Bride CryingDocumentary Wedding Photography at Anyhoe ParkAward Winning ImageAward Winning PhotoBlack and White Award Winning First Dance at Anyhoe ParkAward Winning ImageAward Winning Photo