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About Adam

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Your story through my eyes.

Hi, I am Adam and I am a London based wedding photographer. I am specialising in reportage wedding photography with an artistic touch. Therefore for me Wedding photography is all about telling your story, understanding you, as well as your individual taste and expectations for your big day. It’s about observing, seeing and capturing the moments as they happen and your emotions that accompany them. My job is to translate what I see into beautiful photographs.

Telling the Story of Your Wedding Day

As a wedding photographer I want to concentrate on your emotions so the photos will create long lasting memories. Therefore, there will be plenty of pictures of your relationship. I will be looking at the chemistry between the two of you. Gentle gestures, smiles, eye contacts, looks, body language will reveal your love and friendship. In addition, I will also photograph the love between you and your family and friends. I will shoot your wedding through my eyes, but I will listen to you beforehand. That is to say, I want to find out what you like and want so that you will be happy with your wedding photos.

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Documentary style – relaxed, natural and discrete

Above all, every wedding is different and unique, and yours will be too. And as you will see in portfolio my style is natural and documentary. It focuses on telling your story. Therefore I follow the events of the day. And I capture real moments as they happen and don’t take many posed photos. I am like a “Fly on the Wall”, and I will ask you to ignore me on your day. It’s my job to make you feel at ease. I want you to “forget” that someone is taking photos of you. Relax, enjoy and celebrate your wedding day with your family and friends as much as you can.

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Celebrate your day – be yourself

All you have to do is simply enjoy your wedding day. I am there to document all the key moments, from the bridal preparations all the way through to the first dance, all in a creative way – without staging. As a result you simply celebrate your day and I capture it. Sometimes I stay a bit longer into the night (as me may have agreed) but I usually stop taking photographs later in the night just before people start to be “unphotogenic” if you know what I mean.

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You are in good hands – fully professional

I have been shooting weddings professionally since 2011, and being chosen by a couple is always a great privilege for me. I have been photographing different types of weddings professionally not only in London, and the rest of UK but also in Europe and beyond. For a wedding photographer London is an amazing place, with some great wedding venues like Syon Park or Landmark Hotel but I am also more than happy to travel and photograph your wedding in any of the Local counties and the rest of the UK or even abroad for beautiful destination weddings. I also photograph all sorts of corporate Events.

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Images that matter – for generations to come

If I am a photographer at your wedding I would like to take photos as if I were one of your guests. I will observe, blend in and capture all the important moments as thy happen without staging or directing them, this will make you relax and the images will be natural. So that you will be able to cherished the photos with your children and grandchildren for years to come. Please get in touch to check my availability and prices.

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“The Champagne and the flowers will be gone, but the pictures will last for ever.”