Cardiff & South Wales Wedding Photography by Rob Hudson
By Rob Hudson, Sep 5 2016 11:51AM
These are a small selection from Laura and Richard's wedding in Bath during early spring of 2016. The getting ready photos we taken at Melanie Giles Hairdressing in Bradford on Avon. They got married with a traditional church wedding with groups in a nearby park, and we made best use of the streets for the couple photos. The reception was later that night at The Royal Baths. There's a mixture of documentary and journalstic styles with some posed groups, and the photos were processed in a mixture of black and white, colour and vintage colour.
"They are fantastic, we both appreciate all your effort on and after the day."
Thank you Laura and Rich!
By Rob Hudson, Mar 3 2016 03:25PM
Josh and Charlotte's wedding at Margam Abbey.
By Rob Hudson, Jun 4 2015 04:55PM
We had a beautiful early spring day for Sioned and John's wedding. It was even quite warm, which is fortunte as they'd come back from Australia to get married. What with the utterly beautiful ancient church at Llantwit Major and the beach, this photographer enjoyed this wedding!
By Rob Hudson, Apr 16 2015 12:30PM
It was a dark and Romantic stormy day in October and I had a wedding at the remote and beautiful Carreg Cennen Castle with the lovely Darren and Michelle. It was a fabulous day, despite the weather's best efforts. And they've even nominated my photos for My South Wales Wedding Magazine's Wedding of the Year. So I guess they were happy!
By Rob Hudson, Jan 8 2015 02:00PM
It's rare in England and Wales to have a Humanist wedding blessing and even more rare for me to visit Fforest Camp, set deep in a seaside valley in Ceredigion, near New Quay. But I'm very glad I did because this turned out to be one of my favourite weddings of the year. Fforest is a pretty unique venue, not the usual country house hotel, but a luxurious campsite allowing visitors to choose between the basic tents to rather luxurious wooden lodges, some are like space capsules dropped to Earth.
Yet what really makes a wedding isn't the place, it's the people and Paul and Miriam really made the day an event, breakfast laid on, as well as lunch and an afternoon tea. All set off with a gloriously relaxed shabby chic celebration of across the location's marquee and barns. So I've set the whole thing off with a bit of subtle vintage style processing and non -intrusive journalistic style. And of course, as ever this is only a small selection of the final images.