Vote for Your Picture of the Year 2018

From 258 pictures to just 12; it’s now time to choose your Picture of the Year 2018. Please vote for your favourite 2018 Picture of the Day from the 12 finalists below, using the poll at the bottom of this post. Only one vote is allowed per person (voting is monitored – any duplicate votes will be void) and voting will close at 12pm on Thursday 24th January 2019. We’ll announce the winner on Friday 25th January 2019. Good luck everyone.

Please make sure you use the poll to cast your vote. Any votes cast using the comments will not be counted, but feel free to comment as well as vote.

1. Lewis Fackrell Photography…

Lady getting emotional during wedding speech - Picture by Lewis Fackrell Photography

 

2. Peter Anslow Photography…

Bride and groom standing by large mechanical cog - Picture by Peter Anslow Photography

 

3. Steve Grogan Photography…

Bridesmaid wiping away tear - Picture by Steve Grogan Photography

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Wedding guest wearing rabbit costume head holding tea cup - Picture by Gabrielle Bower Photography

Picture of the Year 2017 Winner

And the winner of The Wedding Community’s Picture of the Year 2017 is… Gabrielle Bower Photography!

Wedding guest wearing rabbit costume head holding tea cup - Picture by Gabrielle Bower Photography

Our congratulations go to Gabrielle Bower Photography, winner of our 2017 Picture of the Year competition. This fun picture from Helen and Aaron’s wedding at The Hewett Arms fought off some extremely strong competition to receive the most votes in our poll. It’s fair to say Gabs was delighted when she heard the ‘epic’ news…

So Much Fun to Shoot

“Well this is a little bit exciting. I am well happy to have won Picture of the Year 2017 *does a little happy dance*. I was giddy at winning Picture of the Month so to go on to win Picture of the Year is epic news!

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Bride hugging father at altar - Picture by Peter Anslow Photography

Picture of the Year 2017 Runners-Up

The results are in, and soon we’ll announce the winner of The Wedding Community’s Picture of the Year 2017. Before we do we’d like to thank all of the photographers who entered pictures for our Picture of the Day feature. We really are so grateful for the continued support of a feature which has become so popular. We’d also like to congratulate all our finalists again, and give a special mention to the photographers whose pictures came second and third in this year’s vote…

2nd Place

Bride hugging father at altar - Picture by Peter Anslow Photography

This beautiful picture by Peter Anslow Photography took second place. Taken at Sara and Sabaean’s wedding at Stirk House Hotel, the picture perfectly captures the emotion of the moment after Sara’s father, Nasser, had walked her down the aisle…

“Nasser’s love for his daughter is obvious as he holds Sara, eyes closed and concentrating. The bridesmaid is struggling to hold back the tears, unlike Sara’s mum, Catherine. She is standing at the far right already consumed with tears and emotion just by looking at her husband and daughter as they embrace.”

3rd Place

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Bride and groom standing on plinth with view over Glasgow at sunset - Picture by Neil Thomas Douglas Photography

Picture of the Year 2016 Winner

And the winner of The Wedding Community’s Picture of the Year 2016 is… Neil Thomas Douglas Photography!

Bride and groom standing on plinth with view over Glasgow at sunset - Picture by Neil Thomas Douglas Photography

Huge congratulations to Neil Thomas Douglas Photography, winner of our Picture of the Year 2016 competition. Taken on The Necropolis in Glasgow, many factors, including patience, helped Neil to get this incredible shot. After positioning Chelsea and Martin in front of the amazing view and beautiful sunset, Neil then waited in his spot for 10 minutes for the light to be perfect. It was worth the wait!

Neil was ‘well chuffed’ when he heard he’d won…

“I am delighted to have won the 2016 Picture of the Year award. I am a man of few words, but I’d like to thank Chelsea and Martin for believing in my vision, and for climbing to the top of a rather high necropolis to get this view of the city at sunset.

“I’d also like to thank everyone who took the time out of their day to vote for me, and also The Wedding Community for hosting a fantastic competition.”

To see more of Neil Thomas Douglas Photography’s work visit www.neilthomasdouglas.com.