There's a world of difference between photos where people pose for the camera, and ones that capture the natural fun, romance and drama of your wedding day as it unfolds.
I’m Paul, a UK based documentary wedding photographer in London and Hertfordshire, specialising in documentary wedding photography, also known as wedding photojournalism.
Before becoming a wedding photographer, I gained years of valuable experience as a photojournalist with The Times newspaper in London where I photographed a full range of subjects – from royalty, celebrities and world leaders to war zones and natural disasters worldwide.
As a result, I bring a unique approach and style to documentary wedding photography. I'm able to find beautiful and natural moments like all the ones you can see in the slideshow above. None of those moments are staged or posed, and they happen at every single wedding. You just need a wedding photographer who is alert to them and can discreetly capture them for you forever.
"Paul was fantastic from the moment we first made contact with him to the day the prints came through the door. He caught every moment of our wedding, many of which we hadn't even seen when the day was unfolding. His photographs brought it all back to life, and they will continue to do so each time we look at them. We couldn't be happier. Thanks again!"
You never get a second chance with wedding photos. You need to have total trust that your wedding photographer is going be able to tell the story of your day in the best way possible. Be certain you made the right decision for your wedding, as well as the right decision for the coming years, as you and your family continue to enjoy reliving all the laughter, nerves and joy of the day you got married.
Take some time to have a look around my site to see if my style of documentary wedding photography is the right choice for you.
How do you imagine your wedding day? Are you already picturing fun and laughter with your family and friends, a great party and memories you'll want to share one day with your kids? Then read on!
Or do you see yourselves standing around after the ceremony for an hour while the wedding photographer arranges a hundred variations of your family standing in a line? Or perhaps an hour visiting all of the local landmarks in the area with your photographer while your mates are having a great time without you? Then we're probably not going to be a good fit.
If you're still reading, here's why the next thing you should do is fill in this short form to see if I'm available and get some full pricing details:
I hope to hear from you soon!