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Wedding photographer: Grace Pham London wedding photographer
Photo Title: Bench Break
Photo details: What a beautiful, happy and very colourful wedding. I loved every moment of Shariq and Lala's wedding at Ditton Park Manor! They already had their official wedding in Pakistan and this was their London event. Everything was amazing from the handmade beaded dress (which weighed a ton) to the stunning park grounds and the little details the bride had thought of. The bride's feet were getting tired so the couple took a break on the bench. This image was taken with a canon 5d mark ii.
About the photographer: London based Wedding Photographer, covering the UK & Destination Weddings. As a Documentary Wedding Photographer, I capture the moments as they unfold in a natural and creative way. I am captivated by the joys and sentiments of the couple on their wedding day. A day that speaks of love and happiness, captured candidly without intrusion.
Wedding photographer: James Aitken wedding photographer Devon
Photo Title: Confetti on a cloudy day
Photo details: The weather for Tom and Bethan's wedding wasn't ideal, with heavy rain and cloud for most of the day, but the atmosphere and happiness of their day really brightened it up. There's nothing more cheerful than confetti and the smiles of the bride and groom as they leave the ceremony newly married. Tom and Bethan got married in Devon at the beautiful Corn Barn after a lovely Christian wedding at their church.
About the photographer: I am a professional wedding photographer based in Devon but I travel throughout the UK. I absolutely love what I do and am so privileged to have turned my hobby into a career. My photography is primarily documentary in style - I love catching moments that would otherwise get missed or forgotten such as a look of pride from the parents, the tears and emotional hugs from family members and friends and the shapes on the dancefloor at the end of the night.
Photo details: Andrea, my Bride, really knew how to dance and was spinning all around the dance floor at her wedding. I wanted to get the feel of the movement and the fullness of her lovely wedding dress, so after shooting the obvious pics, I got down lower and watched her spin. It took a lot of frames to get one that for me is just perfect. There was no need to include her face - the image is all about the dress and her fabulous legs and those lovely shoes. It needs nothing else. There's quite a lot of post processing to draw attention to the parts I want the eye to be drawn to. But I personally think any great image deserves great processing.
About the photographer: I'm a Surrey & Hampshire wedding photographer shooting weddings all over the South. Will travel worldwide for the right clients.
Wedding photographer: Chris Barber wedding photographer London
Photo Title: Fire-mans lift during fireworks
Photo details: Aisha + Mart during the fireworks at their wedding reception at Redhouse Barns, West Midlands. These guys were originally facing with their backs to me as they watched the fireworks. I set up a light just out of shot on the right-hand side to grab a photo of them cuddling. Then...out of totally nowhere, Mart just grabbed Aisha + threw her over his shoulder, spinning her around. He totally rocked it out with the finger point, too.
About the photographer: Hello, I’m Chris! I am a London wedding photographer creating fun images that are filled with character, energy + genuine laughter. My approach is simple: I work with my couples as actual human beings to create images that reflect their personalities – not just an artificial ‘version’ of what you both look like when you’re forced to look a certain way. That means that my work avoids ‘posing’ + instead focuses creating a ‘space’ where you, your friends + families feel that they can continue being themselves in front of the camera.