Thank you so much for the photos, they are amazing! They are just what we wanted and as we sat and watched them last night it was like reliving the whole wedding day, it was great! It’s so lovely to be able to see what everyone else was doing and it looks like everyone enjoyed themselves! We can’t thank you enough for your professionalism and friendliness that day and you made two people who hate having their photos taken relax totally and enjoy themselves without feeling the need to ‘pose’! We are now going to bore everyone by showing the photos at every opportunity!
Before you begin, please sit back, turn the sound up and enjoy the short photofilm below:
Documentary Wedding Photographer
A Documentary wedding photographer should be all about telling a story. It’s about weaving the images together to tell the tale of your wedding day.
You may look at my wedding photography on this website and see that my work is somewhat different to “the traditional wedding photographer”.
This genre of photography has several different names; wedding photojournalism, documentary wedding photography and reportage wedding photography. I don’t believe there is any difference between the three names generally, apart from, perhaps, what the bridal magazines see as the fashionable way to describe natural, story telling wedding photography.
- I’m discreet and unobtrusive
- I absolutely won’t take over your day
- Essentially I’m a guest at your wedding
- My style is completely candid
- I use only the best albums and providers
- I Hope you like my pictures & I’d love to shoot your wedding.
I want your Wedding Photographs to become a Family Heirloom.
I photograph weddings not just for you, but for your children and your children’s children.
I want to photograph your wedding and deliver images from the perspective of one of your guests. I’ll blend in, observe and be the curator of your wedding day memories.
You will get pictures that take you right back to that moment in time and I do that by being a part of your wedding using small cameras and being as discreet as possible.
You may also want to check out my “Why I Love These Pictures” series; in this series I take individual pictures from recent weddings and explain why I took the image and what it means to me, as the photographer.
P.S Have you seen my new portfolio page?
It’s been updated for 2016 with new images, complete weddings and photofilms. I’d love you to take a look.
Some Recent Posts from The Blog
Another image in my series where I look at some of my own personal favourite pictures. This time, its signing the register time at Hampton Court Castle.
A shot from a Day in the Life Family Photography session that I shot recently. Regular readers of the blog will recognise Maja and her mum and dad.
Claire, the bride, and her dad arrive at The Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Cothelstone for the wedding ceremony on a blustery May day.
The really lovely Stoke Park wedding of Anna Rita and Simon.
This week, I’m looking at wedding field games in my series of Why I Love this Image. I really love the colour and fun in this photograph and I hope you do too.
The gorgeous wedding of Naomi and Dan at Herons Farm in Pangbourne, Berkshire.
Another in my series of Why I Love this Picture. This time I head back to July 2015 for the Cinnamon Kitchen wedding of Harshil and Anisha.
Another image from my series where I look at some of my favourite shots from recent weddings. This time, I’m taking you to Jenna & Guillaume’s wedding at The Rectory, Crudwell.