My wedding is taking place in a venue with hardly any light
Getting married in the Winter months? Or maybe you've chosen to hold a later ceremony past 3pm? Is your venue known for very little natural light? Whatever the reason, I'll try and guide you through. Low-lit wedding ceremonies can create a unique and magical atmosphere. Venues without windows or very little available light can evoke a sense of warmth and intimacy, making the ceremony feel incredibly special. Low lighting often goes hand in hand with candles, lanterns, or other decorative lighting options. These can add a touch of elegance and charm to the ceremony, creating a romantic and dreamy atmosphere. Candlelight can be particularly flattering, casting a soft glow that enhances everyone's appearance. I have lots of experience working in low-light environments and use specialised equipment, such as prime lenses to capture stunning images of your ceremony. Often the use of flash is very off-putting during the vows and many registrars will not allow it. Your photographs may have some natural warmth and grain in them when you have a ceremony with very little lighting, but this is normal. If you're still concerned, it's always a good idea to discuss your worries with your wedding planner, venue coordinator, or lighting professional. They can provide specific solutions and suggestions based on the unique characteristics of your venue and your vision for the ceremony.