Wedding Photography by Corrado Chiozzi
Wedding photographer: Corrado Chiozzi
Photo Title: Piano
Photo details: Wedding of an Indian bride and German groom that took place in central London. The image has been take with available light at 24mm full frame digital.
About the photographer: I am an Italian photographer based in London. I cover UK and Italy as well
Photographer Details: Corrado Chiozzi Wedding Photography
Wedding Photography by Chris Mann
Wedding photographer: Chris Mann
Photo Title: Sunburst and veil
Photo details: This photo of Jo and James was taken at Cowdray in Sussex - by the ruined manor house (they were married in the Walled Garden at Cowdray)
It was shot on a Sigma 24-70 lens F2.8 at 24mm on a Canon 1D Mk3, ISO 200, 1/2500th sec at F6.3.
About the photographer:
I'm based near Guildford, Surrey, but I shoot weddings all over the UK, and also in Europe and overseas from time to time.
I used to work in the Caribbean up until early 2010 but am now back in Blighty, specializing in weddings, portraits and commercial photography.
Photographer Details: Chris Mann Photography
Image by Dirk Van Der Werff
Wedding photographer: Dirk Van Der Werff
Photo Title: Stormy Start to a Marriage
Photo details: Lewis and Leila .....
His dad worked in the shipyards at Sunderland and they're both strong Labour supporters, so they thought getting married at the Sunderland International Glass centre was perfect as it was at the mouth of the Rover Wear with Cranes about too, and a former shipbuilding quayside site
By the time I got them onto the glass roof, there was a break in a huge storm, the roof was still soaking wet, but a shaft of sunlight caught them with the dark brooding skies.
All I did was turn it to black and white as I preferred it.
About the photographer: Pro photographer for 32 years .. editorial, PR, marketing ... last 5 years exclusively weddings across the UK and abroad .. natural, chilled out wedding photography where it's all about the whole day and everyone, NOT just the bride and groom
Photographer Details: Dirk Van Der Werff
A cautionary wedding photography tale
It’s tempting in these times of austerity to get a friend or relative to photograph your wedding. What could possibly go wrong? They have quite an expensive camera and one day they hope to pack in the day job and turn professional. You are actually helping them out. Doing them a favour as they get to build their portfolio. Please think again. There as so many stories appearing at the moment of people who have done just that and lived to regret it.
Take Jackie Sanderson and her new husband Adam. They were left with no wedding photographs after trusting the job of capturing their big day to their friend and ‘budding pro’, Ben Fagan. After the wedding Ben left the memory card containing their images in his wallet and a week later he was involved in a pub brawl and lost his jacket. Jackie and Adam returned from their honeymoon to discover that they had no photographs of their big day.
Don’t let this kind of thing ruin your wedding. Make sure you book a professional wedding photographer to cover your wedding