Documentary Wedding Photography Leeds | York | UK

My aim when taking photographs is to find a compliment between the aesthetic of the environment and the subject in order to preserve or capture a moment that can be cherished for many years after.

A common misconception about documentary photography is that it is produced with a long lens from the sanctuary of a bush. This is often not the case and I think that the best photographers are an integral part of the action that occurs, and this is what creates the atmosphere within a shot and allows the viewer to connect with the people and events that have been interpreted. A real feature of a good photographer is the ease at which the subjects in their photographs appear, it’s about discretion and ultimately being accepted by a group of strangers in order to capture a set of images without the photographer having influence on events as they unfold, and this is what I like to do when working with clients on their wedding days.

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