“I’ve over 10 years honing my technique in wedding photography”
“Wedding Photography is an art form”
“Family Photos are Important”
I find it equally important to not just focus on the couple but to have a good ol’ banter with the family too. It’s about making everyone feel welcomed when they pose. I’ve also no problems with photographing not just your family but friends you grew with til this day. I try my best to remember everyone’s names, I may just be around for the day but I like to walk away knowing that I got to know everyone as well as well can be.
“Photography is seeing through the eyes of another”
Yes. No doubt that the main story of the day (your love) is the thread that holds the event together. But woven throughout the day are the little stories of everyone else involved. From flowergirls burying their dolls in dirt outside the church. Umbrellas collapsing at the worst moments. Hats taking off like kites. Temper tantrums of anxious children. Heels getting caught in grates. Nose picking children. Tired yawning children. Thrown shapes on the dance floor.These are moments on the other side of traditional wedding photography. The story of others that give you an alternative to the wedding photography on your day.
A bucketful of lenses to catch all those details
Such as the wedding dress, wedding shoes, wedding rings etc It’s the wedding details that you’ve poured your heart into since the engagement. I’ll also be your time keeper, I’ll carry the trail of the dress, I’ll have an emergency sewing kit. I’ll put on buttonholes and even take photos with your phones! Most importantly I’ll listen to what you want photographed and I’ll do my utmost to make it happen. You’ve put a lot of trust in me to retain these memories and I’ll endeavor to preserve it all. How’s them words for vows? So go on then…Give us a goo