the tractor again
All Weddings | Articles | DIY Back Garden Wedding Photography

Not Wedding Photography?

When is wedding photography not wedding photography?

There were so many great moments at Hannah and Tim’s wedding which was began and ended on their farm in Wiltshire. Once the formalities were out of the way the party got started in a clearing next to a lake between the fields.

Every wedding is different, which is why I enjoy my work so much. When you’re looking for moments at a wedding and things going on that tell the story, it’s not really wedding photography any more, it’s just good old fashioned documentary photography. But each bit of documentary photography, although a lot less ‘shiny’,  is worth ten posed photographs. In my lowly and humble opition, images like this have a soul that will stand the test of time and will mean everything to the couple and their family in years to come.

wiltshire wedding photography
004 Hannah and Tim_
cake topper made by hannahs mum
some wedding guests
during the wedding ceremony
bridesmaid crying
during the speeches
bride and groom moment
mother of the groom laughing
the group photo
confetti
boquet toss
tractor
arriving at the wedding in a tractor
getting a lift across the field
arriving at the reception
selfie
home brew
setting up
group photo
up skirt
labels on the pint pots
in the field
dirty shoes
chalkboard sign
wedding shoes
cartwheels
the tractor again
puddle reflection
dancing in front of the trailer
reception photograph
dance floor action
dancing
silhouette and dancer
bride and groom dancing
the eveining do

Here’s what they said…

“As a photographer it was very important to me that I found a wedding photographer who would provide creative and imaginative images that would exceed my expectations. Steven did not disappoint on any level. Simply outstanding. His photographs are like pieces of fine art. Unique and exceptional.” 

Taken from feedback from the Wedding Industry Awards

Similar Posts

One Comment

Comments are closed.