Wedding Day Photography
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Military uniform always adds a touch of colour.
Picture ©Paul Allen
On your Wedding Day you will doubtless be preoccupied with many things, but photography will not be at the top of the list!
How reassuring, therefore, to know that the photography is completely under control, thanks to the face to face meetings, detailed discussions and site visits we have had in the weeks leading up to the wedding.
For a typical church wedding, as far as the photography is concerned, the day usually starts off at the Bride's home, recording her last minute preparations before departure for the church.
At the church, we record the Groom's last minutes as a bachelor, followed by the arrival of the Bride and the ceremony itself.
At the conclusion of the ceremony we'll take the group photographs of the Bride, Groom, family and other members of the wedding party.
By working quickly and efficiently, and by dealing with everyone in a pleasant, friendly manner, the formal photographs will soon be completed, leaving plenty of opportunity to mingle unobtrusively with the guests and snatch candid, informal shots of the occasion. These often turn out to be some of the most treasured photographs of all.
Finally, I will be at the start of the reception to capture the key moments, plus additional informal shots of everyone enjoying themselves.