Wedding pictures after wedding pictures flash by and it’s become a bit of a blur. A whirl of brown vintage filters and silhouetted figures reflected in a puddle. They’re all lovely of course, except lovely doesn’t describe what you’re looking for. Rather than idealised, you want real life; rather than sanitised, you want warts and all. Not literally of course, but you don’t want what the wedding industry tells you that you should want. You view your big day as a celebration of life at a wedding, rather than a showcase of pretty things. You want photos that, well…that don’t look like typical wedding photography.
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Plum and Dom got in touch as they were looking for relaxed wedding photography for their outdoor wedding ceremony. Relaxed doesn't mean lazy, or cynical. it means picking out the most precious of moments from the ordinary, and making it as beautiful as...read more
Fiona + Freddie If you've read any of my previous wedding blog posts, you can correctly assume I'm not really one for putting details into writing. It's often a struggle for me, as I think wedding celebrations are all about, well, they're all about celebrations - not...read more
Sophie and Enric got married at Stoke Newington town hall, had canapes in the park, and celebrated on a steamer boat along the Thames. Those are the parts of the sum but the whole was so much more: I sometimes need to be reminded of how great my home city is. London...read more
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I’m based in near London and Surrey and can be contacted at +44 7480 254 230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.