When couples tell me how happy they are to receive all their images from the big day, it gives me a real buzz. But I can’t tell you how much it breaks my heart when brides and grooms just leave their photographs on a hard drive somewhere, hardly ever to be seen again. After your […]Read More Why wedding albums are amazing!
I was recently asked “What’s the best camera to photgraph a wedding with?”. The honest answer, in my opinion – and that of many other photographers, is whatever camera you happen to have with you. I’m a firm believer that the skill to taking good photos lies with the photographer, not with the gear. For […]Read More What’s the best camera to use for photographing a wedding?
At most of the weddings I’m present at, it’s the norm for friends and family to be snapping away all day, usually on their phones but also on pretty decent cameras sometimes. I once met a couple who were considering an unplugged wedding – that is, telling all guests not to take or share any […]Read More Should you have an unplugged wedding?
I originally wrote this blog post as an article for Brides Keeping It Real. To see the original post, click here. When I meet couples who are planning their wedding, I always seem to get asked how the brides and grooms in my pictures look so relaxed and natural. Well, here’s the secret to […]Read More How to not look awkward in your wedding photographs
So here’s the thing, everyone’s got a camera on their phone, and most people know someone who’s into their photography and has a pretty decent camera. You can so easily and instantly access all the photos taken by guests on the wedding day, and you could even ask that friend/family member with their fancy camera if […]Read More Why even bother having a professional wedding photographer? (10 reasons why you really should!)