We don’t want posed!
February 24, 2016
Top tips for a perfect wedding day.1
April 4, 2016

A good wedding photographer needs serious people skills. Technical ability counts for nothing, if you can’t connect with the people you are photographing.
Your wedding, above all else, is about people… It’s about your family and your friends, it’s about children and adults, best men and bridesmaids aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters, mums and dads, and at the centre of it all, it’s about you.
So when it comes to choosing your wedding photographer, it kind of makes sense to pick one that knows how to handle the unique congregation of people that your wedding will bring together.
You need a photographer who knows how to subtly direct people into position to get perfect group shots. One who understands family dynamics instinctively and can relate to young children and elderly grandparents alike.
And if possible try to get one that has a sixth sense for spotting and capturing those magic, moments that always happen at weddings.
Someone who can photograph beautiful, emotive, memorable images of your wedding day that you will treasure for the rest of your life… someone in fact, like me.
I’ve been photographing people for over forty years and in all of that time the single most valuable thing I have learned is that ‘people skills’ are by a country mile, my greatest asset when taking photographs at weddings.