The motivations behind a photograph are a fascinating thing. What draws a photographer to a scene, why we make the choices we do all comes down to the kind of stories we want to tell
Juliane & Luke’s wedding was one of our absolute favourites of the year: amazing people, a fabulous, chic and contemporary setting and an environment that allowed us the creative space to create the kind of photographs we love
Taking a photograph is as much about feeling as it is about visuals and when we see the photographs we are reminded of the fleeting thoughts that entered our minds in that fraction of a second. What was the idea behind the photograph? What moved us to press the shutter? How did that scene make us feel and what were we looking to
Big wedding or micro-wedding our vision never changes: we want to make big images from micro-moments. Voco Oxford Thames Wedding Photography by York Place
When weddings spill out onto the London Streets there's nothing to do but embrace the chaos & fill the frame. Wedding photography at La Farola and the Prince Albert Pub in Camden, London
High Billinghurst Farm wedding photography and the quest for consistency. "Consistency is a paradox. In striving to achieve it you don't stay the same, you get better".
Colour, bubbles and the beautiful surrounds of Chelsea Physic Garden. Whether we're shooting documentary weddings or studio portraits character and personality is everything.
Photographs change meaning over time and when it comes to weddings it's important to separate our own memories and emotions of the day from our feelings towards the photographs