Documentary Wedding Photography
I have been a documentary wedding photographer for many years, but 2016 was my most eventful yet. I shot dozens of weddings spanning a huge range of locations, from intimate churches to magnificent manor houses, even venturing abroad. I do love my job!
On top of this, clients and wedding themes varied widely, allowing me to accumulate a highly diverse selection of images.
I enlisted family and friends to help with the difficult task of whittling down a selection of the best photos to share with you.
Capture Real Moments
As a documentary wedding photographer, I believe it’s important to document the day as it naturally unfolds. I don’t pose couples or weddings guests, but rather capture real moments as unobtrusively as possible. Weddings are about family and friends coming together to celebrate the union of two people, and this natural joy comes across far better on camera than forced smiles and awkward poses.
Although I will whisk newlyweds away briefly for some private photos, even these will revolve around capturing stunning backdrops whilst I keep a distance as you reflect between yourselves.
For the rest of the day you can relax and enjoy each other and loved ones, leaving me to capture the memories for you.
Imagine - flipping through your wedding album in years to come and showing your grandchildren these breathtaking photos.
I can’t thank all of my brides and grooms enough for allowing me to share their special day.
I hope you enjoyed these images as much as I enjoyed producing them. Please share your thoughts in the comment section below - it would be great to hear from you.
Get In Touch
If you are engaged and looking for a documentary wedding photographer, please get in touch. as soon as possible, as my schedule is filling up quickly. Your wedding album will last a lifetime, so it’s important to select a photographer you can trust. I look forward to hearing from you.
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