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The Full Story

About

Our style of Wedding Photography, for me, is about weaving the images together to tell the story of your wedding day.  This photography captures the most candid moments of your wedding day as they unfold naturally.  We shall focus on capturing the emotions, interactions, and details of the day as they happen, without any manipulation or staging.

Documentary wedding photography should be discreet whilst blending into the background, thus allowing us to capture real moments often missed by you and your guests.  They work to create a visual story of the day, from the bridal prep, to the ceremony, to the reception and everything in between.  We endeavour to capture the laughter, tears, and joy of the day, creating images that are natural, real, and full of emotion.

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Mission

Choosing the wedding photographer that is right for you can often be a difficult decision.  You want a photographer that you feel comfortable with in every situation during your wedding day.  In my experience of photographing weddings over the years, is that it is so important to us that the bride and groom feel completely at ease with us around.  

 

I don't believe in wedding photographers that take charge of your special day and boss people around.  I believe a wedding photographer should blend seamlessly into your day and as well as taking those formal wedding photographs that each couple want, collect a series of natural, candid wedding photographs from your day - plus the bits the couple don't often get to see! 

Vision

Wherever you are in Yorkshire and whatever type of wedding you are planning, we can capture the essence of your wedding with photographs that truly tell a story of your special day. 

 

We will work with you to create photographs that reflect entirely your desired vision, atmosphere and ambiance.

 

From small, intimate weddings and elopements to large scale weddings with hundreds of guests.

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