Pure Emotion | Documentary Lancashire Wedding Photography
Documentary wedding photography, reportage wedding photography, wedding photojournalism… whatever you want to call it, it’s a large part of my style and aim as a wedding photographer. I always work to keep posing down to a minimum, allowing more emotion and natural moments to be captured on your big day. Acting as a fly on the wall for a large majority of the day, I let you get on enjoying yourself, and am as unobtrusive as possible.
I recently shot a wedding at Gretna Green, Scotland. I was incredibly privileged to witness this wonderful reaction. I had stood in the right spot to capture the moment the Father of the bride saw his little girl for the first time. I can honestly say that his reaction was the most impressive I’ve ever seen! It was so beautiful, and touching. The flower girl reflected in the mirror gives the image more depth, it’s almost like a reflection of the bride herself but a different time perspective.
It’s moments like this that make a wedding for me. These emotions and feelings pass so fast, but to press that shutter button at just the right time… that’s why I love what I do!