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Wedding Photography Hot Shot: Fun Evening Couple's Portrait

Wedding Photography by Minna Rossi

Bride and Groom Portrait with Love sign

Wedding photographer: Minna Rossi

Photo Title: Fun Evening Couple's Portrait

Photo details: This is one of my favourite evening couple's portraits from 2016. I had such a fun, down to earth couple in Lynn and Chris. This was taken towards the end of their day at King's College in London and I feel it really shows their relaxed, fun-loving personalities and true connection, still showcasing the classical setting of the venue.

About the photographer: I'm a friendly, but professional, wedding photographer. I photograph weddings in a relaxed documentary style, with lots of candid and naturally posed portraits as well as shots of all the beautiful details. It's really important to me that the day runs how you would like it to -so it's comletely up to you how many group photos you would like to have and whether we do posed couple's portraits or something much more relaxed and candid.

Photographer Details: Minna Rossi wedding photography

Ask a Friend to Photograph your Wedding!

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

Choosing your Perfect Wedding Photographer

By Missy Mo Wedding Photographer

Choosing your Perfect Wedding Photographer

Spring has finally landed and for the next few months it’s all about attending weddings or planning your own! If you are one of the lucky ones to be getting married, one important factor to think about in planning you wedding is your Wedding Photography! I know I am being a bit biased as I’m a Wedding Photographer, but once the food is eaten and the champagne is drunk, the only thing left to remember your special day are your WEDDING PICTURES. It can be very daunting looking for a Wedding Photographer…there are so many to choose from, where do you start and how do you know if they are any good or if you found that perfect ONE! There isn’t a correct answer for this…just follow these simple tips to iron out photographers you don’t want… 

Wedding Photography - Pro or Amateur? by Dominic Lee, AMPA

Why book a professional wedding photographer

In days of film, many would-be photographers couldn’t cope with the long sleepless weekend waiting to see if the “Photos came out” and gave up on the career before they even got started.

The Digital camera was probably invented by a wedding photographer. Seeing the results instantly he or she can head home knowing they’ve got the job covered.

Suddenly there are thousands of wedding photographers where there used to be dozens.

As a result, a whole new style of wedding photography has emerged. I’m not talking about fancy words like “Reportage” which in fact has been around for decades, in the 70s & 80s it was called “Off the Cuff”.

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