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It was dull and rainy day when we started off for Birmingham from London. Rain is, what I believe, every wedding photographer’s nightmare. Birmingham was cloudy but dry. It rained off and on, but was not too bad.

Beth and James were a great couple to photograph. And we really enjoyed photographing both of them in the corn fields. Got some great shots.

And on the way back on M40 it was Queen being played in our car at the full blast. I’m a big fan of Queen and so is Jay. It was great fun, wedding and then drive back home. All in all an excellent day.

Bhawna Sehra - September 1, 2010 - 1:04 pm

I love the B&Ws in the church! And the bride’s bouquet is so unique…

rashmi - September 26, 2010 - 4:14 pm

beautiful,awsome ,outstanding,excellent , dont have words but all the adjectives that are there in the dictionery —————————————————————god bless u keep it up——————————————–


Hartley Wintney in Hampshire is one of the most beautiful villages I’ve been to. One of the best part of being a wedding photographer is that I get to travel to so many lovely places, I’ve would never imagine I would go to. England is so beautiful and I love driving around in this wonderful country.

The church and the wedding reception venue were just walking distance from each other. And the reception took place in a pub called Cricketers. And it  overlooked the cricket grounds, and surprisingly there were two teams playing a cricket match that day. I just loved the sight of it. Being born an Indian and brought up there as well, cricket has always been a religion for me. I just felt like leaving the wedding and start photographing them or better still taking off my jacket and start playing with them.

Elle and Terry both looked great together. I really enjoyed photographing their wedding on one of the most beautiful summer days of the year.


Kings Road has always been my favorite place. It has some excellent shops and some great restaurants to dine in. When I came to know that the Civil Ceremony  was in Chelsea Old Town Hall, I was all the more excited. Because I was told that Sir Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney got married there.  And host of other celebrities. I always wanted to do a wedding there.

It was a pleasure to meet Neil and David. A great couple. Their civil ceremony took place in the lovely Brydon Room with so much of character to it. The moment we came out of the town hall, it started drizzling and then started raining after some time. But luckily I got some good group shots with family and friends.

Jay Rowden - August 23, 2010 - 7:43 am

Wow, Nitin you’ve done a terrific job here. The blog looks fabulous!!! The photos are fantastic too. Can’t wait to see your next wedding.
Keep up the good work.

Jay Rowden

parmeet - September 19, 2010 - 10:58 pm

have going thru your website, n in most felt like saying this is fav….
BUT TRULY THIS IS MY FAV…awesome pics collection here
keep up the goodwork

Wedding Photography Great Tythe Barns, Tetbury : Rachel And Alex

You always remember your first love, first job, first salary, first car and everything first in life. This was the first wedding of my career. And I’ll always remember it. I was really nervous on the day. But I was confident within that I could do it. And the added advantage was that I was assisting a great photographer and now a great friend, Jay Rowden. Who not only made me feel relaxed but also became a great mentor for me.

It wasn’t a great weather at all that day. It started drizzling as the ceremony started in the church and then started pouring by the time we came out of the church. But despite of the weather being grey all day, we still managed to get some great pictures on the day.

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