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Greenwich London pre wedding photography

Greenwich Park Pre-Wedding Photography in London – Steph & Paul

Pre-Wedding Photography Shoot in Greenwich Park, London Even though I am a London wedding photographer I am more than happy to shoot weddings anywhere in the UK, or even destination weddings abroad.  However, that said, nothing beats, as a London boy, a London location – especially for a pre-wedding photography shoot. It is, after all, a case of home sweet home! So when Steph and Paul, whose Bromley wedding photography I am honoured to be shooting later this year, suggested we do their pre-wedding portrait shoot in the gorgeous Greenwich Park,in south east London, I could hardly contain my excitement! Greenwich Park, is one of London’s eight Royal Parks and, quite rightly so, is world famous.  After all, it hosts the Prime Meridian Line and Royal Observatory as well as being part of the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site which is home to The National Maritime Museum and Old Royal Naval College. It’s also the most historic of all the Royal Parks and dates back to Roman times and was enclosed in 1427. The park offers …

A couole enjoy a pre-wedding portrait shoot at Kelmarsh House in Northamptonshire

Pre-Wedding Portrait Shoot

Enjoy a pre-wedding portrait shoot before your wedding day A pre-wedding portrait photography session is fast becoming an important must-have for modern couples, looking to make the entire wedding process a memorable and distinctly individual experience. After all, why should it be your wedding day that only gets documented? My pre-wedding portrait package is a fantastic way to not only get some fun, lovely and informal portraits of you both together, ahead of the wedding date, but it’s also a great way to get used to me as a photographer around you.  That means come your wedding day we’ll all know each other much better and you won’t feel like your wedding photographer is a stranger on the big day itself. So what does the pre-wedding portrait session entail? It’s usually an hour long photography shoot in a scenic, picturesque or meaningful location. I usually recommend one of the wonderful royal parks in London or around a number of the many iconic landmarks London has to offer. Of course, I am more than happy to undertake a …

Rowton Castle wedding photography of the wedding singer picked out by a lone spotlight, creating an atmospheric mood during the evening wedding reception

Why I Love This Image: The Blues Singer

Why I Love This Wedding Image of The Blues Singer. Being a wedding photojournalist who loves capturing natural, candid and beautiful wedding photography the evening wedding reception provides lots of different and decisive moments.  Often overlooked are photos that capture the other wedding vendors you’ve booked and who have worked so hard in delivering your perfect wedding day. That’s why I see it as part of my mission to capture the other players and characters who make up your wedding story and give you a complete wedding photojournalism package. The Perfect Example of Wedding Photojournalism This particular image is from Kara & Jason’s wedding day up at Rowton Castle in Shropshire and is a perfect example of how wedding photojournalism can capture the most beautiful and natural images without the need to fake or stage them.  As a result the wedding story is one that throws up real memories of moments rather than moments created by a photographer. Here a very talented and beautiful singer was entertaining the guests (although there was one young man …

Old Ship Inn Brighton wedding photography of the mother-of-the-bride making a final adjustment to the bride's wedding dressing, during the bridal preparations

The Wedding Photojournalist Collection

The Wedding Photojournalist Collection is for those couples who want all the benefits of a natural, candid and photojournalistic approach to capturing the real moments and genuine emotions of their wedding story, whilst also getting a number of more traditional and posed portraits of themselves. The Wedding Photojournalist collection covers the important parts of the wedding day.  So that means I capture all the fun, laughter and tears from the bridal preparations in the morning right through to a little after the first dance at the wedding reception in the evening.   You can be sure I’ll capture all those important, must have moments such as the bride getting into her beautiful wedding dress, the arrivals at the wedding venue, the entire wedding ceremony including the exchange of rings and the first kiss, the toasts and speeches, the cutting of the wedding cake, the first dance and a little of the evening’s entertainment. In-between all this, as you would expect of a wedding photojournalism approach, I capture the fleeting expressions, tiny happenings and all those …