In general your wedding day photo-story starts about an hour prior to your marriage ceremony. Following the list of times and requested photographs prepared by the bride and Groom, we capture your final preparations as single people with your attendants and close family. When you arrive at your chosen venue we will be there for the formalities of the vows you make as well as the emotions and the informal gatherings. Your chosen photographs may then include groups – large and small – of family and friends in a formal or relaxed, semi-posed way. Additional reportage images capturing as many of your guests as possible will be a focus of our attention. We look for family groups chatting and being part of your special day and included in this set of photographs we never forget the young children who play an unwitting role in relaxing your guests. Our images capture a time in their lives which will be relived whenever your album is opened out …….and, as the children grow in the years to come.
Groups complete we concentrate on a short but vital time for portraits of the Bride and Groom, a little way away from your main guests and in the quiet, perhaps, of a secluded location. No false smiles no confusion over whose camera to look at, just you and your partner in an interlude where some natural expressions can be captured. Then – carriages to your wedding reception and wedding breakfast. More informal photographs; couples small groups, individuals, table decorations, large group from above and your formal reception line. When the caterers call – we stop! Where stated we capture speeches, expressions on guests faces, cake cutting and later your first dance. As your guests join in we make our way back home to start the process of turning your wedding day images into your romantic story.
Fully insured: Public Liability, Professional Indemnity, Equipment.
Members of: The Federation of Small Business, The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers, Business Network International, Rotary International and trained in wedding photography in the Scottish village of Gretna Green.