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Alex totally agree. I did feel in the morning that I was producing quite bland/safe images, and I definitely felt like things improved during the ceremony. That said, after the ceremony there were some issues so I was less confident about the evening stuff.
Why do I think it was a little less stellar in the morning? Good question. It was quite a way from home and I stayed over nearby the night before so I was with the bride quite early. They didn't start getting ready till later than they planned to so I had quite a long period of time with them without much really happening. I think that was part of it. Also, the cottage had really low ceilings and inside it was very boring to look at. Don't get me wrong, lovely place, I'd be happy to live there, but it was quite featureless from a photographic perspective. White walls with very little on them, white ceilings, etc. There was also less hustle and bustle than perhaps I'd have liked. Hair was getting done, but that was sort of it. There wasn't breakfast in the next room or another area where things were happening, it was just relaxed and quiet. Which is fine, obviously, but it didn't lead to an overdose of dynamism.