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Wedding Photographer Somerset

Hello! I’m so happy you found me. I’m Albert a somerset wedding photographer.

Whilst I travel all over the world I photograph many many weddings in Somerset. Below is a little slideshow of my favourite photographs from around the country.

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I have an unobtrusive approach and capture the magic of the day as it unfolds naturally. It’s often nice to grab a few couple photos at sunset where we can sneak away for 20 minutes. It’s often a nice time where you can both spend a little time together away from the celebrations.

One of the great things about being a wedding photographer in Somerset is the variety of amazing wedding venues. From places like Babington House and Coombe Lodge to a marquee in a field. It’s hard not to get inspired and having an amazing backdrop makes my life as a photographer a little easier too!

At this point I’m looking for beautiful light, you being you and enjoying the moment. My ‘job’ is a complete honour and the people I meet always inspire my work.

You might find it interesting to have a browse at some of the venues I’ve been to in Somerset which include Babington House and Coombe Lodge as two regular favourites.

Please do feel free to check out my pricing, and if you want to get in contact you can do so by clicking here.

Somerset Wedding Venues

As a Somerset photographer I’m lucky enough to visit many different wedding venues. From huge country mansions to open fields I get to photograph weddings in all sorts of places. They all have a different feel and below are a few of my favourite wedding venues in Somerset.

Cat and Matt’s North Cadbury Court wedding is a must see.

I also go to many Brympton House weddings – this gallery is from Emma and Guy’s wedding in the summer.

This Babington House wedding is on my list of absolute favourite somerset weddings. All the stars aligned on Jo and Nick’s wedding day and this wedding is an absolute bomb!

Every year I get to go to a few Coombe Lodge weddings.

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