WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER IN CORNWALL
It was the first time I’ve ever shot a couple in a supermarket – and not just any supermarket; mighty Sainsbury’s! I would’ve preferred Waitrose but at least it wasn’t Asda, Morrison’s or Tesco’s. I think, while competitive, their produce just isn’t the same.
It was the first wedding I’ve photographed where an ambulance was called out. A potentially lethal combination of alcohol, a trampoline and an inebriated guest spraining their ankle was the reason why. Scroll down for evidence of this.
It was the first wedding I’ve been to where I’ve photographed a bride lying against said ambulance. Again, scroll down for evidence of this.
It was the first wedding I’ve been to where most of the wedding party (when things really got underway) changed out of their finery and into onesies.
Nicole was my first ever bride to where heat-induced-colour-changing nail polish.
It was the first wedding ceremony I’ve photographed in the morning.
It was the first wedding I’ve photographed to include a skate ramp.
It was the first wedding I’ve photographed to feature a three legged dog.
As a wedding photographer in Cornwall, it was the first time I’ve shot (with a camera) a Canadian groom.
It was the first wedding where, after taking them to a timber yard (also a first) they wanted ‘hitching shots’.
Enough said really. I think its much better to let the photos tell the rest of the story.