Reportage Wedding Photography in Oxfordshire

I’m Adam, a professional Oxfordshire wedding photographer. I am to take photographs that truly capture the atmosphere and emotions of the day. Oh, and they look pretty great too. My style is modern, elegant and romantic. I specialise in reportage style photography, but also love taking artistic shots. Take a look through my online portfolio to get more of an idea of what you can expect if you choose me to do your wedding photography Oxfordshire. This website is filled with some of my favourite photographs, showcasing the eclectic mix of photography styles I have mastered. You can also check out my testimonials page to find out what my clients think about the work.

 Wedding photographer Oxfordshire groom is opening a champagne with a sword

Beauty of Oxfordshire

When it comes to wedding photography Oxfordshire has a lot to offer. It is simply such a beautiful place. The city itself is filled with historic buildings and impressive architecture. On top of that, there are tree lined streets, huge communal green areas for people to enjoy, and the famous Thames running through it. Oxfordshire is a quintessentially English place. There is punting, leafy trees, age old universities and just about everything else a photographer could hope to stumble across. You don’t have to go far to find the perfect location for some stunning wedding photography Oxfordshire.

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Wedding Photographer Oxfordshire

On top of this expected beauty, Oxfordshire has a lot of hidden beauty to offer too. The hidden nightclubs with stone walls, the dark streets lit only by solitary street lights, and the winding country roads leading you away from civilisation. Wherever you choose to get married in this county, there will be beauty on offer for use in your wedding album. I know Oxfordshire well and have photographed numerous weddings here in the past. The benefit of this is that I already know some of the great places to visit for stunning photo backdrops.

My style is natural, unobtrusive and reportage. This means I see myself not as the director, but as the person there to capture what is happening. I won’t tell your guests where to stand, or boss anyone around. I’ll simply be floating around in the background, looking out for fun things to photograph. My images capture emotion, I pride myself on showing what people felt on the day.

I’ll capture your guests wiping away tears during the ceremony, your Great Aunt wheezing from laughter during the speeches, and your friends’ expressions of joy as you take your first dance. I’m not there to make things happen, I’m there to beautifully capture what is already happening.

bride getting ready

Wedding Photos in Oxfordshire

I’ll weave my way around your venue being sure to capture as much as possible. By the end of the day, my cameras (yes, plural) will be filled with hundreds of breathtaking shots of your wedding day. After that, it’s time for me to sit down and edit the images. I’ll whittle it down until the absolute best photographs are left – and all the photos of you both blinking with your mouths open will be gone.

Bride and groom by the window at their venue in Oxfordshire

Give me a call or send me an email if you’d like to talk to me about wedding photography Oxfordshire. I am a full-time wedding photographer, but you might be surprised to discover how early I get booked up! With some couples planning their weddings years in advance, I can sometimes be full before the year has even started. If you’d like to find out more about me and my photography style, don’t hesitate to give me a call. If you like, we can arrange a meeting so you can have a look at my portfolio. I can bring a wedding album along to show you so you can see what the finished product looks like. You can bring along some inspiration too. You can show me examples of wedding photography you love (and some you loathe), and can even show me your Pinterest board if you like.

I don’t only photograph weddings in Oxfordshire, but I am also happy to travel to any of the Local counties and other parts of the UK or abroad.
So if you are looking for Wedding Photographer in Oxfordshire please  contact me  to discuss your wedding requirements. 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 Oxfordshire 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.”