Photo details: I was asked to photograph Lynne & Ste's wedding at Vignamaggio, just south of Florence, Italy and we really wanted to get some great shots of them in their original classic Fiat 500.
We had a couple of miles to drive from the church to the venue and so I drove ahead of them, stopped the car and waited. Luckily the light was just right and you can clearly see their happy just married smiles!
About the photographer: I'm a Lincolnshire wedding photographer, living in the heart of Lincoln. I originally started out photographing horses, but when I photographed my first wedding, I was hooked.
My speciality is photographing family life, of which weddings are a part. Quite a few of my clients come back to me after their wedding when they have started their own families, and I'm really honoured to have a number of clients who have been coming back to me for over 10 years.
When I started Natural Expressions Photography, I decided that I really didn't want to be photographing the same places every week, so I made the decision that I would happily travel.
A lot of my work is in Lincoln and the surrounding area, but I've photographed weddings all over the UK, and have had commissions in New York, San Francisco, Italy, Japan, United Arab Emirates, and several places around Europe.
Wedding venue: Manchester Art Gallery is Manchester's most famous gallery space and is available for hire for weddings and other events. The gallery can accommodate up to 500 guests for drinks receptions, and the dedicated wedding events staff can organise seated dinners for up to 120 guests. The catering team is lead by award-winning chef Mary-Ellen McTague, best known for her restaurant, Aumbry. . . Venue Website
Photographer: Shane Webber is a professional wedding photographer based in Manchester. Over the past nine years, Shane has photographed hundreds of weddings while developing his unique approach that combines natural wedding photography with contemporary processing. His work attracts couples who desire exceptional fine-art photography on their wedding day.
Documentary wedding photography is chasing me around the internet at the moment. No sooner do I leave one photography forum on Facebook because of a tedious argument than it turns up on another. You can’t escape it. The ‘Real’ documentary photographers get their lens caps in a twist over this one.
The issue usually starts with someone posting a link to a photographer’s website because they have used to term ‘documentary wedding photography’ but have featured images of people LOOKING at the camera. This is currently the biggest crime in the photography world. It used to be vintage post-production, but that seems to have disappeared now. Thank God.
These Facebook rows turn ugly for a straightforward reason - documentary wedding photographers are so precious about their ‘Art’, and anybody who uses the word ‘documentary’ in their marketing has to play by the rules or the self-appointed guardians of the term are quick to step in and proclaim their indignation. It can be brutal. I'm not sure when the Documentary Wedding Photography Police first appeared but they are everywhere and you'd better not mess with them.
Wedding photographer: Miracle-Moments wedding photographer London
Photo Title: Wedding Portrait
Photo details: Flares on the photo were done on the wedding day. It is not photoshopped thing, but I will keep details about it as my secret :D
About the photographer: Hi, I am Bart and I drink too much coffee and eat spicy food, especially when I grow chillies in my garden.
I work as a wedding photographer and I am based in London but during my career, I shoot more wedding outside of the London and some destination weddings, so I can say I cover pretty much every part of the world. I am always happy to meet new people, photographers so if you bored and wanna chat, hit me up.