Most wedding photographs now come to clients in digital format and, whilst it is of course common to have prints made by your photographer as well, many couples also opt to print the images themselves. With so many pictures and large files and different formats this can be a confusing and time consuming exercise. This blog post aims to make life a bit simpler!
Copyright over wedding photos is an issue that couple’s are frequently concerned with. Even though it can seem a bit complicated and confusing it really comes down to common sense, trust and understanding between the photographer and clients. In this post I have a go at making the whole issue of copyright simple and clear!
Getting natural wedding photos is a priority for many couples and success is a combination of choosing the right photographer and having the right approach when planning the day. This post is all about how to get the planning part right to allow the natural emotion of the day shine through in your wedding photographs.
Another picture from a recent wedding that I just love. It’s not super glamorous or dramatic but it just sums up a moment and offers a great commentary on what was happening at the time. These types of images are the ones that, when you look back in 20 years time, will be the most potent and valuable.
I’m getting asked to photograph the gentlemen’s wedding preparations more and more frequently. This is great for me and allows me to create a set of images with a little more variety. There’s obviously a few logistical considerations to be taken into account on the morning itself but the resulting images are well worth it!
Alex and Jeremy’s wedding at Downing College Cambridge