Cork and Kerry Wedding Photographs

My favourite Cork and Kerry Wedding Photographs of 2019 – January to June

I’m posting this in early January 2020, and, as I haven’t got to the end of 2019’s edits yet, so I decided to split this year into two halves. I’ll post the second half of Best of 2019 in the summer.

Once again, I want to thank all the brides and grooms who trusted me to capture their most important day, and to all the bridesmaids and groomsmen who help me keep the day moving along smoothly.

I got to shoot in some of my favourite venues again, like Fernhill House and Dunmore House in Clonakilty and Ballinacurra and The Kinsale Hotel in Kinsale, not forgetting Maryborough House in Douglas, and Ballymaloe House in East Cork.

I also got to shoot in some venues around the country that I hadn’t worked in before, like Blackwater Castle in East Cork, The Trident Hotel in Kinsale and Rathsallagh House in Waterford. I’m really looking forward to checking out some more new venues this year.

Couples get married right through the year now, so I can shoot in a venue in each season and get completely different photographs depending on the time of year and the weather conditions. I recently shot a wedding location shoot in thick fog in Ballincollig Regional Park. It looked really atmospheric and Victorian, totally  different to a bright summers day.

Civil, Humanist and Spiritualist ceremonies are becoming more popular year on year, so hotels are creating amazing outdoor and indoor spaces for weddings to take place.  Many hotels are also upgrading and redecorating their bridal suites, which gives couples another photographic backdrop, especially if the weather is bad. 

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Cork and Kerry Wedding Photographs

Cork and Kerry Wedding Photographs

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