The pictures are fantastic. Thank you so much for all you hard work on the day, it is much appreciated, our guests who have see the pictures are very impressed. The album is fantastic.
Lee & Ian
All Saints Church Binfield Berkshire is located just north of the larger towns of Bracknell and Wokingham. All Saints is grouped with nearby St Marks Church.
There are no onerous rules for professional photographers and videographers during wedding ceremonies and so it is possible to shoot a good selection of images and to record the entire ceremony on video.
All Saints Church Binfield is located on a tricky bend in the road and care should be taken. The main entrance to the churchyard can be seen in the first photograph below. It can be safer to use an alternative entrance which is in a lane just to the right of the camera position. Parking is in short supply.
This pretty village church is the older of the two, the site dating back to Norman times. St Marks Church Binfield is of Victorian origin.
The interior of All Saints Church Binfield is spacious and has access on the two sides in addition to the centre aisle - very important for when photographers and videographers wish to take up alternative shooting positions during ceremonies without causing distractions. The ambient light level inside the church is lower than it might appear in the photos and so camera and video equipment capable of dealing with low-light shooting conditions is recommended by Peter for best results.
The pretty churchyard is a good location for the essential posed photos with family and friends. Lee and Ian preferred a quite "traditional" style of photography and we completed the majority of these photos at nearby Easthampstead Park which is where we departed to for the wedding breakfast and reception.
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