The Morning Bridal Preparations
Capturing the Wedding Details
Photographing the Bride
Plus the Groom
Norwich & Norfolk
Easy to talk to about what you want, quick to reply to e-mails, fantastic quality photos both natural and posed, album is superb quality and his lighting/photography effects to enhance the evening sunset photos are amazing! Very pleased!Jamie and MichelleHunters Hall
We used Martin as our photographer 26/09/15. Through being let down by another photographer, Martin stepped up and most certainly proved what a fantastic job he could do. We were both actually relieved that we had been let down! We had several meetings prior to the wedding and was put straight to ease with his professional, relaxed and friendly manner. The wedding day Martin blended in whilst getting those irreplaceable moments. He moved around without being intrusive and took some breathtaking pictures. Guests commented on how wonderful he was and how they felt relaxed and at ease when they saw the camera pointed at them. Our album was personally delivered on a beautiful silver heart USB, and as we viewed them we saw the whole day unfold once again. It told the whole story beginning to end with all the intimate moments that only a few people got to see. The photographs are the only record (apart from memories) that family and friends have from a wedding day. Martin has ensured that those precious moments can be cherished. Thank you!Mr and Mrs RymanElm Farm Country House
This gallery represents a wedding day from the bride getting ready in the morning all the way through to the first dance and a bit beyond. This gallery is made up of wedding photographs from over 30 separate weddings.
A typical wedding day normally means me arriving an hour early. This is to ensure I’m not late due to any traffic problems. It also gives me time to search around the venue for any locations for romantic or dramatic photographs later. I also like to meet the wedding coordinator. I can then start normally with capturing any details such as flowers and shoes. I’ll break away from the bride to get photographs of the groom, his best man and the wedding rings before the wedding ceremony. I’ll then head back to the bride to capture her making her way to the ceremony. After the wedding I like to give the bride and groom time to relax with their family and friends. As for formal group wedding photographs, I prefer to get completed really fast! It’s then time for the wedding breakfast. Why’s it called the wedding breakfast? Because it’s the first meal you eat after you’re married. I’ll leave you and your guests alone to eat in peace.
After the wedding speeches and when the light is right, I like to photograph the bride and groom alone if they wish.
Cutting the cake followed by the first wedding dance and my day is nearly done. I’ll get home and back up all your wedding photographs to two separate hard disk to ensure they’re safe. I’ll then spend days working on editing and processing your photographs to bring out their best before delivering them to you on a USB. All easily said in a few lines but it takes hours of work and concentration.
Updated: 25 Jun 2018