Documentary Wedding Photography
The best moments are the real ones, right? Letting the day unfold and capturing the memories in a documentary style is the best way of reliving your wedding. Don’t get me wrong, couple time is a hugely important part of that but even those moments are mostly documentary. I think there’ll always be a place for the group formals too, but wedding receptions and their dance floors is one of the best places for documentary photography, have a look through my favourites
Documentary, Reportage & Candid
So they all mean the same thing essentially. Photography without a script, without direction and no poses. A moment happens and the photographer mixes their technical ability, repertoire, artistic flare and all kinds of fancy jazz to get that shot. To check out my work have a look through my wedding stories
Unposed Wedding Photography
A lot of my couples ‘hate having their photos taken’, which I guess is why they book me, but documentary photography doesn’t solve everything, the relationship between the subject and the photographer is hugely important. To get the best out of the situation you need your presence to not interrupt any of the antics. That’s the difference between just a photo and an image that brings all the emotions back.
You Hate Posing?
Not many couples do, but here’s six tips to help you look less awkward another point worth remembering is that you have no idea how happy you’re going to be on your wedding, you can take a good guess but nothing really prepares you for that level of high.