South Wales Wedding Photography


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When I shoot wedding photography, I like to be as creative with my imagery as I can be. On a wedding day, the main style of wedding photography that I capture is documentary. I try to capture candid moments of you and your guests having a fabulous time. That way, as your wedding photographer, I’m able to deliver images that display your day in the most accurate and heartfelt way. Weddings are amazing, and having the privilege of photographing weddings across South Wales, and further afield, is truly exceptional. I love being a part of a couples big day and I hope this love of wedding photography comes across in the images I make. On a wedding day, variety is key. The couples, venues, details, and weather all come together to make every single wedding that I photograph different from one another, but I do have photographs that I look for on the day. These regular shots help make my imagery stand out. One of my favourites is a shot of the bouquet with a lovely shallow depth of field. It always looks great.

Another fave of mine is to photograph the time. I’ll grab the groom just before the the bride enters and get a shot of their watch, or I’ll keep an eye out for a handy clock!

There are many ‘staples’ that I look for on a day, including shallow depth of field details, the dress, shoes, Champagne, the cake and flowers.

I love shooting weddings. As a South Wales Wedding Photographer, I’m privileged to say “I love what I do”.

If you want further details of my wedding photography, then have a look at the image galleriescontact me, or follow me on Instagram.

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