Kings Norton Church, Birmingham

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Wedding Photography at Kings Norton Church

Thinking of getting married at Kings Norton Church? I am a local Birmingham Wedding Photographer who has considerable experience shooting weddings at Kings Norton Church.

It is very important that you choose the right photographer, why not check out my impartial advice for bride’s and groom’s on how to choose the right wedding photographer

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Advice about your wedding photographs at Kings Norton Church 

During the summer, strong sunlight dominates the front of the church, so particular care needs to be given to any formal bride and groom shots, or group shots. The strong sunshine will cast severe shadows on faces, so it is imperative that either fill flash is used, or reflectors.

The church does not permit the use of flash indoors, so make sure your photographer has a quality camera with sufficient ISO to allow for shooting in low light conditions. Poor quality cameras will be unable to cope and will cause very grainy (noisy) images that are not everyone’s cup of tea!

The church does not permit the use of confetti on the grounds. Confetti shots will need to be undertaken just outside the arch before you enter the graveyard or at your reception venue.

The wedding service last approx 35-40 mins. During wedding season, ceremonies take place on the hour every hour. This means that you only have about 15 mins duration to complete photographs in and around the grounds, before guests begin to arrive for the next wedding. You will need an experienced photographer who can work quickly and quietly to ensure that despite the time restraints, some excellent images are captured.

If you don’t book me, I hope you have a fab wedding at Kings Norton Church. This church is close to my heart, it is where I was married in 2007.