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Wedding Photography Inspiration

Wedding Photography Hot Shots: great images submitted by the best UK wedding photographers. A fantastic place to find wedding photography inspiration. If you are a wedding photographer and have an superb image you'd like to submit to our Hot Shots section please use this form: Hot Shot submissions

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Wedding Photography Hot Shot: Confetti

Image by docuwedding

wedding photo confetti throwing

Wedding photographer: Tony @docuwedding

Photo Title: Confetti

Photo details: I took this photo at Trystan and Emma's wedding in Wales last year. It was one of those dark November grey days but there was just enough light to catch this as they exited the church. It's quie a slow shutter speed because the light was fading and when one of Trystan's ushers emptied a whole box of confetti over his head I was lucky enought to get the shot. I always prefer a spontaneous confetti throwing moment rather than a staged image.

The shot is available light and processed in Silver FXPro

About the photographer: I am a documentary wedding photographer based in London and covering the whole of the UK and destinations abroad.

Photographer Details: docuwedding

Wedding Photography Hot Shot: Take a bow

Image by Julian Foxon Photography

Wedding photography bride and groom with a boat

Wedding photographer: Julian Foxon Photography

Photo Title: Take a bow

Photo details: Nicola and Mike looking delighted in front of the SS Great Britain, permanently moored in Bristol. Taken as wide as I could go, and without flash, to get the full impact of the wonderful hull, it provided a stunning backdrop for the happy couple. The stern of the boat provided similarly spectacular images, with the gigantic propellers providing an amazing prop, literally. But this was my favoured image, also capturing the delight of Nicola and Mike at getting married in such a wonderful location

About the photographer: I’m a semi-professional photographer, balancing a marketing business with evening and weekend professional photography. My first foray into commercial photography was as a photographer for a ski company in 1990s. Fully equipped with professional Nikon kit, I love to capture emotion. Either through the emotional impact of a theatrical or musical performance, or the emotional involvement of an audience listening to their favourite performer, or the emotional intensity of a couple and their family and close friends at a wedding.

Photographer Details: Julian Foxon Photography

Wedding Photography Hot Shot: Girls Having Fun!

Wedding Photography by Erna Loock

bride with bridesmaids having fun

Wedding photographer: Erna Loock

Photo Title: Girls Having Fun!

Photo details: Sandra and Louw were married at Slipperfields in the The Eastern Cape, South Africa on 22 March 2013. While the boys were strutting their stuff for their portraits, the girls were having fun on the bench behind me and this gorgeous shot was waiting for me when I turned around!

About the photographer: I'm a South African photographer working internationally, and love working in the UK and Europe during the summer wedding season. I love interesting weddings where the personalities of the couple shine through. You will see from my images that my style is a little bit photojournalistic and mostly editorial (and lots of fun!) - which means while I aim to tell the story of your most beautiful day with natural un-posed images, the images are clean, fresh, timeless and elegant, and fit to feature on the pages of any glossy wedding magazine.

Photographer Details: Erna Loock Wedding Photography

Wedding Photography Hot Shot: In the field

Wedding Photography by James Robertshaw

wedding photography - couple in field

Wedding photographer: James Robertshaw

Photo Title: In the field

Photo details: I took this image of Tamzin and Aaron at Prested Hall in Essex. They wanted a few shots away from their guests and on our visit to the venue before the wedding I suggested we grab a few minutes on the day to walk out into the fields to get this type of image. Tamzin remembered her wellies on the day which was handy as it was very wet and muddy underfoot! For this image I used a single flash with a radio trigger situated behind the couple on a light stand. I was shooting closer to them when I saw the potential of including Tamzin's bridesmaid and backed up to include her and more of the landscape to give the photo more depth and a greater sense of atmosphere.

About the photographer: I am documentary wedding photographer based in East Sussex and available UK wide and internationally.

Photographer Details: James Robertshaw Wedding Photography

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