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Bride on the stairs

Bride on the church stairsGroom and his grandmother

Bride and groom togetherA magician wowing the wedding guests

Wedding guestsWedding flowersGroom laughing during the speeches

Fine art portrait of the brideBride lying on the bed
Bride and groom first danceA bride and groom portrait at Rowton Castle Hotel

A flower girlWedding dress and brides shoes

A bride and groom in black and whiteWedding rings with a reflectionBride putting her earrings onThe bride and groom dancingBride getting readyGroom putting his tie on

The bride and her father walking down the aisle

Wedding guests laughing during the speechesWedding guests during the speechesThe groom putting his jacket onBride applying her perfumeBride and Groom dancing in black and whiteBride and groom in the church togetherBridal portraitsThe bride at Moxhull HallA page boy playing JengaBrides ShoesThe bridesmaid finishing doing the brides dress upGroom and groomsmen getting readyWedding photographer in Dickens Heath 7The beautiful bride

A flower girl watching as the bride does her makeupWedding ringsThe bride by the windowBride and her dad dancingA shocked brides dadWedding speechesThe brideThe bride and groom together in churchMilton Hill House wedding photography

My Wedding style

I will photograph your wedding day in my own unique style, a style that is unique to me. Throughout most of the wedding day I’ll be using a documentary/reportage style of photography to photograph your wedding in a unobtrusive manner. At some point in the day I’ll then take you both away from the guests for a short, relaxed, portrait session. This normally takes around 20 minutes and gives me plenty of time to get some natural, creative photos.

Black and White

You’ll see from my gallery above that I’m a big fan of black¬†and white photography. I feel that some photos just lend themselves better in black white for that gorgeous, timeless look. Stripping the colour out of a photo can really draw your attention to the image itself, but creating a beautiful black and white image requires knowing how to make the image pop. It’s my fine attention to detail when processing my images that give them my unique sharp, contrasty look that has taken me years to perfect.

All my images you see on the website are retina enhanced so that they look their very best on screens that are retina quality.

If you would like to see a typical full wedding day from start to finish then check out my blog page.

All the wedding photos on this website are from real weddings and not photography workshops.