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    Hi, I'm Barnaby Aldrick, a wedding photographer based in Leeds, England. I specialise in capturing laid-back portraits, incredible details and timeless moments at Weddings around the UK and beyond!

    This blog follows both my personal and professional life and gives you a taste of the world in which I work and play! It's basically a cross between a personal photo album and an archive of ideas and work for current and future clients. You'll find images from recent weddings, publications, urban exploration, bands & gigs, as well as pics from my travels & of my long-suffering pooch, Kyra!

    While my Official Site shows my style of wedding photography, I like to post recent work on this blog regularly. If you're hunting for an old post in the archives, use the search bar above. You can also filter posts by category, for example to only see 'Wedding' posts, or the 'On-The-Day slideshows' from recent weddings.

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Barnaby Aldrick Wedding Photography 2016 Highlights – a photography review from one of the best photographers in Yorkshire

Hey there! Happy New Year and welcome to my 2016 highlights blog! Before I bed down and hibernate like a bear through January, I like to spend a bit of time digging back through the best of my past years’ wedding photography and post a retrospective gallery of my favourite photographs.  With a memory like mine it’s a fab way for me […]

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Wedding Photography at the Pheasant Hotel in Harome, North Yorkshire: Lauren + Steve [by Wedding Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday I joined Lauren + Steve for their wedding celebrations at The Pheasant in Harome, near Helmsley over the North Yorkshire Moors! In mid-winter (as often with mid-summer in this country!) you just don’t know what the weather’s going to be like, but Lauren + Steve lucked out yesterday! They were blessed with a beautifully crisp […]

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Wedding Photography at Wood Hall, near Wetherby: Claire + Al [by Yorkshire Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

On Saturday we joined Claire & Al for their wedding photography at Wood Hall in Linton, near Wetherby! This really was a lovely wedding!  Claire & Al make for a great looking pair (and certainly make for easy photographic subjects!) but are also really lovely together.  Though in some ways, they’re less a couple than a love triangle, […]

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Wedding Photography at the Pheasant Hotel in Harome, North Yorkshire: Ania + Richard [by Wedding Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday I joined Ania & Richard for their wedding celebrations at The Pheasant in Harome, near Helmsley over the North Yorkshire Moors! They’re a lovely pair, who’ve been together for going on 20 years, and decided earlier this year to get married in Central Park in New York, accompanied by 6 close friends! They asked me along […]

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Wedding Photography at Woodlands Hotel, Leeds: Katie and Rick [by Yorkshire Wedding Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday we joined Katie & Rick for their autumnal wedding photography at Woodlands Hotel, near Gildersome in Leeds. It was a beautiful day, with relaxed preparations at their family homes in Bingley, and after a few beautifully emotional scenes of dad seeing his daughter in her dress, we headed across to South Leeds for a nice […]

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Wedding Photography at Broughton Hall, near Skipton: Rachel + Mark [by Yorkshire Dales Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday I joined Rachel + Mark for the photography at their wedding at Broughton Hall near Skipton in the Yorkshire Dales! It was a brilliant day in a frankly breathtaking setting! The Yorkshire Dales are stunning at the best of times, but Broughton Hall, with it’s grand reception rooms, and gigantic guilt paintings & staircases, made […]

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