Reportage Wedding Photography in Buckinghamshire

I’m Adam, a professional and friendly Buckinghamshire wedding photographer. My photographs are natural, relaxed, stylish and romantic. I am to tell the story of your day, and that is something I feel is particularly important. Especially when it comes to wedding photography. As weddings are a very special occasion, it’s a day you will want to remember for the rest of your life. After all the hard work you’ve put into the organising, you’ll want to make sure each and every detail is recorded in the wedding photography. From the table decorations to the shoes, the ceremony to the first dance, I will beautifully capture the whole day from start to finish.

 Wedding Photographer Buckinghamshire

I have lived in London for over 10 years, and regularly visit Bucks as a Buckinghamshire wedding photographer. I know the county very well, and visit it regularly in my leisure time as well as for work. When I want to escape the hustle and bustle of inner city London, I love few things more than hopping on a train with my camera and exploring the natural beauty and idyllic towns that Buckinghamshire has to offer. The county boasts a number of breath-taking walks through the countryside, as well as picturesque parks, quaint villages and places of historical interest.

Buckinghamshire wedding photographer bride holding a baby

I have visited the county a lot for work which gives me an edge as a Buckinghamshire wedding photographer. It means I am familiar with a lot of the county’s wedding venues. From the picture perfect outdoor locations to the huge old churches.  From the quirky little venues scattered across the county’s villages, to the five star hotels and estates offering wedding packages. My experience of wedding photography Buckinghamshire means I may already be familiar with your chosen venue. I may already know the surrounding areas. And have a list of ideas for great places we could go nearby to take photographs on the day. I photographer on number of occasions at Pinewood Studios and Taplow House Hotel.

Telling the story of your wedding day

I will always pay the venue a visit before the big day, either a few weeks before the wedding or I arrive earlier on the wedding day. And I’ll introduce myself to the venue staff to ensure things run smoothly on the day. I’ll also take a walk around the venue for inspiration. It’s my job to capture some timeless, romantic and beautiful wedding photography of you as newlyweds. I will be looking for some stained glass window, an imposing marble stairway or a garden filled with wildflowers, for example. And I’ll make note of whatever I find, and work out when the natural light would be best in that particular location.

Buckinghamshire wedding photographer couple posing on the bride

On the day itself, I’ll turn up bright and early with my cameras. I’ll come with a selection of my favourite cameras and lenses. I use Canon cameras because I love the way they capture colours. I also carry plenty of spare batteries and chargers to make sure nothing goes wrong on the day.  It’s totally up to you how long you’d like me to stick around and do your wedding photography.

Some couples choose to hire me for the entire day, whereas others are happy with just a few hours. And sometime they hire me for full weekends or even longer for destination wedding or multiple day celebrations.

Wedding Photos in Buckinghamshire

I usually show up in the morning to photograph the bridal party preparing for the day. And I typically to stay until the first dance is done. I’ll arrive promptly, and make sure I allow enough time to photograph both the bride and groom preparing for the day. So don’t worry, I’ll turn up on time or actually way before. And then while you’re busy having your makeup done and sharing a bottle of champagne with your bridesmaids, I’ll snap away. I’ll photograph the dress, the shoes, your friends and your transformation. Then I’ll excuse myself and make my way across to where the groom is. And I hopefully manage to capture that nervous look on his face as he greets friends and family. Then I’ll head back over to you to capture you preparing to walk down the aisle.

Buckinghamshire wedding photographer couple having their first dance

During the ceremony, I’ll capture as much as I can. The look of pride on your dad’s face as he gives you away. The happiness on your face when you see the groom for the first time and the wow when he sees you! I’ll capture the tears of joy being shared by your guests and the exchange of the rings. After the ceremony, after you’ve had the chance to say a quick hello to some of your guests, we can make our way to a more private location to take some portraits if you like. These will be the stylish, artistic photos that end up on your wall. We may take a walk around the venue and gardens. And I’ll take plenty of beautiful photographs of you both looking relaxed, happy and contented.

Confetti shot during the first dance

After that, it’s time for you to scamper off and enjoy the rest of your big day. And it’s time for me, as your Buckinghamshire wedding photographer, to start capturing it. I’ll make my way around the venue, capturing events as they unfold. I pride myself on capturing the raw emotion of the day. Weddings are beautiful occasions with family members and old friends catching up. I’ll make sure I capture all of that. You’ll be pretty busy on the day and will likely miss a lot of what’s going on, so I’ll make sure I capture it all for you so you can look back on it later. Please see my wedding photos in both the portfolio and blog.

I don’t only photograph weddings in Buckinghamshire but I am also happy to travel to any of the Local counties and other parts of the UK.

If you’d like to speak to me about wedding photography in Buckinghamshire, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Adam – London Wedding Photographer. I often get bookings pretty early in advance, so it’s always worth dropping me a line to check if I’m free on your big day. Together we can chat through ideas and discuss your wedding. It’s my job to create the wedding album of your dreams, and it’s a job I take great pride in doing, so I’ll want as much information as possible about your taste, style and likes so that I can get it right.

Please also visit my Buckinghamshire Wedding Videography page if you are interested in wedding films in cinematic style.

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