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Nigerian Wedding, Manchester Wedding Photography | Olamide & Deji

If you remember, I shot Olamide and Deji’s engagement session a while ago here in London. Well their wedding was not too long ago in Manchester. The ceremony was held at a pentecostal church … (check out the dancing), and because of the 500 or so guests, which was almost pretty typical for Nigerian weddings, the reception was held in a gym, hopefully you can’t quite tell from the images. Anyway, it was a beautiful day with loads of laughter, and the weather could not have been better…. what more could any couple want? Here are some of my favourites from the day.

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London wedding Photography by Obi

 

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London wedding photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

London Wedding Photography by Obi

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  • OsitaOctober 11, 2010 - 12:23 pm

    Beautiful images. Nice work….

  • WaniOctober 18, 2010 - 4:40 am

    Hey Obi – thanks for stopping by my page. I lurvvve the image with the hands reaching for the bouquet – great composition….

    🙂

  • Lovely images, Obi – especially like the bouquet shot – really nice

  • Joanna FosterNovember 19, 2010 - 11:48 am

    These photos are so sweet. I love the mood you captured here. This looks like a beautiful wedding.

  • Oluchi O.June 18, 2012 - 4:48 pm

    Nice focus points, but you seem to use the blur/soft tool a bit too much as well as “emboss”.

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