WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY SUPPLIERS
Welcome to our Wedding Photographers page. Our members serve couples from across Lincolnshire, making it easier than ever to find your perfect wedding supplier.
HOLLY BRYAN PHOTOGRAPHY
JENI LOWE PHOTOGRAPHY
STEVE SMAILES PHOTOGRAPHY
Every wedding is a great story. I’m here to make sure it’s perfectly captured in a relaxed unintrusive documentary style that focuses on the joy and happiness of your wedding day.
NICK HAIGH PHOTOGRAPHY
Totally unposed wedding photography. Nothing is staged and nothing is posed – everything is taken completely natural and without direction. You will barely notice me or my camera on your day, capturing your wedding day as it happens so you can enjoy your wedding day – the way YOU want it. I’ll tell the story of your wedding day through images that show all the emotion, all the moments and especially the fun. Its YOUR wedding, NOT a photoshoot!
Choosing a wedding photographer is so important, for most couples it will be the lasting memory from your special day. When planning your wedding, discuss with your partner how much time you want to spend taking photos and how important having photos with everyone is to you both. For instance, for some people, just having photos with immediate family and some couple shots are plenty.
It is always a good idea to find a photographer which you have chemistry with. This person will be a big part of your day as they are there from the moment you are getting ready in the morning, dining with you and then partying into the evening. Also, most couples opt to pay for a meal for the photographer so they can stay all day without really requiring a break. Therefore, make sure you factor that into your costs! Also, you can ask your photographer to recommend a wedding videographer who they are known to work well with.
With this in mind, we recommend you plan out a wedding photography list, which your chosen photographer can usually help you with.
It normally consists of:
brides hair and makeup, the bride putting on the dress, flowers and close up details.
Journey to the ceremony:
the bride and father in the wedding car along with bridesmaids and flower girls.
guests arriving along with shots of them eating, drinking and socialising.
the venue, first kiss, vows, confetti throwing and close family portraits.
other group shots.
DJ, food, cutting of the cake, first dance.
MONEY SAVING TIP
Try to pick a wedding photographer that matches your style, if the price is too high, speak with your chosen photographer. They may be able to help you. In particular, you might be able to opt-out of purchasing a wedding album and have this made at a later date or you could consider reducing your chosen package.