Yorkshire Wedding Photographer

Creative Wedding Photographer Leeds

Yorkshire Wedding Photographer

Our Wedding portfolio

We would love to cover your wedding. As a family we know how important it is to capture memories. Your special day is important to us and we know how stressful it is to organise a wedding. To us this is not just a business, it is a passion.

We cover elopements, destination weddings. inmate beach weddings and large church weddings. Please contact us to find out more about our packages.

Our booking process

straightforward, no-nonsense stress free booking

1. The Consultation

We encourage all our couples to book an online video or in person consultation to discuss your wedding.

2. Wedding Questionnaire

After the consultation we send all our couples a wedding questionnaire. This is to help us get to know you a bit more and to make sure any important details are not missed.

3. Wedding day

We always like to get to the venue early as possible, as you can never be over prepared. This is the big day and we will be there to capture every moment of it. So relax and enjoy your wedding.

4. The Finished Product

In around 3-4 weeks we provide all edited images on a USB stick or via Dropbox download. Also, we can provide a wedding album for an additional cost.

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Indian Wedding Photography

We love Indian weddings. As we were married in one, so we know how important details are in Hindu weddings. We’ve been very lucky to shoot vibrant and colourful Indian weddings both in the UK, UAE and Mauritius.

We are happy to cover intimate Hindu weddings or large 3 day events with over 150 guests. If it’s the Mehndi Party, the Haldi Ceremony, Sangeet, we will have it covered by our experienced team. Please contact us to find out about our packages for Indian Weddings. We are experienced in both Asian and South Indian Tamil wedding traditions.

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Frequently asked questions

Below are question we are often asked. Please email us with any other questions you may want to ask.

Having two photographers at a wedding can provide several benefits, including:

  1. More coverage: With two photographers, you can capture more angles and moments from different perspectives.

  2. Backup: If one photographer experiences technical difficulties, the other photographer can step in to ensure that the important moments are still captured.

  3. More efficiency: Two photographers can work together to create a more efficient and effective coverage of the event.

  4. Different styles: Different photographers often have different styles and approaches to capturing moments, which can result in a more diverse set of images from the event.

Overall, having two photographers at a wedding can provide a more comprehensive and reliable coverage of the event, and give the couple a wider variety of images to choose from.

Full frame digital cameras are often considered “better” for several reasons, including:

  1. Image quality: Full frame sensors are larger than those found in crop sensor cameras, which means they can capture more light and detail, resulting in higher image quality.

  2. Dynamic range: Full frame sensors have a wider dynamic range, which means they can capture a greater range of brightness and shadows in a single image.

  3. Low light performance: Full frame sensors have larger pixels, which can result in better low light performance, allowing you to take better photos in challenging lighting conditions.

  4. Shallower depth of field: Full frame cameras typically have a larger sensor size, which means they can achieve a shallower depth of field, creating a more aesthetically pleasing bokeh effect in portraits and other types of photography.

  5. Compatible with a wider range of lenses: Full frame cameras are typically compatible with a wider range of lenses, including those designed for full frame cameras, which can provide a more diverse range of creative options for photographers.

The best lens for wedding photography depends on the photographer’s specific needs and style. However, some common lenses that are often used for wedding photography include:

  1. 24-70mm f/2.8: This is a versatile standard zoom lens that can cover a range of focal lengths and is useful for capturing wide-angle shots of the ceremony, portraits, and details.

  2. 70-200mm f/2.8: This is a telephoto zoom lens that is ideal for capturing intimate moments and portraits, as well as detail shots from a distance.

  3. 50mm f/1.4: This is a prime lens that is popular for wedding photography due to its fast maximum aperture, which allows for excellent low light performance and shallow depth of field.

  4. 85mm f/1.4: This is another prime lens that is often used for portrait photography due to its flattering perspective and shallow depth of field.

  5. 35mm f/1.4: This is a wide-angle prime lens that is useful for capturing architectural details and wide-angle shots of the ceremony and reception.

Ultimately, the best lens for wedding photography will depend on the photographer’s personal preferences, the venue, and the type of shots they want to capture. Some photographers prefer to use a single lens for the entire event, while others prefer to switch lenses depending on the situation.

Yes provide wedding albums. Please enquire for prices and costs. Sometimes we include albums in our packages.

Candid style photography refers to a type of photography where the photographer captures spontaneous, unposed moments as they happen. The subjects are often not aware they are being photographed, or they may be engaged in a natural or everyday activity. Candid photography is often used to capture real-life, unscripted moments and emotions, as opposed to posed or staged shots.

This style of photography is commonly used in events such as weddings, parties, and street photography, as well as in photojournalism. Candid photographers aim to capture the true essence of the scene and the emotions of the subjects, rather than forcing them into a specific pose or composition.

The key to successful candid photography is to be unobtrusive and blend into the background, allowing the subjects to act naturally. Candid photographers must also have a good eye for capturing moments and anticipating action, as well as being able to work quickly and creatively to get the shot.

Natural light is often considered the best for wedding photography for several reasons:

  1. Soft and flattering: Natural light is typically soft and diffused, which can create a flattering effect on the subject’s skin tones and reduce the appearance of shadows and blemishes.

  2. Mood and atmosphere: Natural light can help create a warm and inviting atmosphere in the images, as well as add depth and dimension to the scene.

  3. No need for artificial lighting: When using natural light, photographers don’t need to carry and set up artificial lighting equipment, making it easier to move around the venue and capture the action.

  4. Creates a more candid feel: By working with natural light, photographers can often create a more candid and documentary-style feel to the images, capturing the true essence of the event.

Of course, it’s important to note that natural light can vary in quality and intensity, depending on the time of day, weather conditions, and location. Photographers need to be skilled in working with natural light to create images that are well-exposed, balanced, and creatively composed.

We cover the entire of Mauritius:

Beau Bassin-Rose Hill, Bel Air, Blue Bay, Cap Malheureux, Central Flacq, Curepipe, Flic-en-Flac, Floreal, Goodlands, Grand Baie, Grand Gaube, Mahebourg, Moka, Pereybere, Pointe d’Esny, Port Louis, Quartier-Militaire, Quatre Bornes, Rose Belle, Tamarin, Triolet, Trou-aux-biches, Vacoas-Phoenix

Districts — Port Louis, Pamplemousses, Rivière du Rempart, Flacq, Grand Port, Savanne, Black River, Plaines Wilhems, Moka.

Wedding photography is important for many reasons. First and foremost, it captures one of the most significant and emotional moments in a couple’s life, preserving memories that can be treasured for years and years to come. The wedding day is a day filled with love, happiness, joy and laughter, and the photographs taken on that day serve as a tangible reminder of those feelings and raw emotions.

Additionally, wedding photography allows couples to share their special day with loved ones who might unable to attend the wedding. It also allows them to relive the day themselves, whether it be through flipping through an album, looking at digital photos online or a video.

Wedding photography also serves as a way to document the details of the day, including the dress, the flowers, the decor, and other aspects that are easily forgotten over time. This can be particularly valuable for future generations to come.

Lastly, it’s a day you cannot repeated, so having a photographic record becomes more important as time moves forward. This why we recommend a wedding album and framed printed photograph of your wedding, as digital files can be easily lost or damaged.

Always remember to back up your precious wedding photos on different hard drives.

The answer to this question depends on various factors such as the size of the wedding, the number of events, the amount of guests, the location, and the specific needs of the couple.

In general, 8 hours of coverage is sufficient for most weddings with fewer events and guests. However, if the wedding is larger or if the couple wants us to cover more events or locations, additional hours of coverage may be necessary.

This is why offer phone or video consultations prior to the wedding so we can discuss your specific needs and expectations, to ensure that you get the coverage you desire.

Additionally, wedding photography allows couples to share their special day with loved ones who might unable to attend the wedding. It also allows them to relive the day themselves, whether it be through flipping through an album, looking at digital photos online or a video.

Wedding photography also serves as a way to document the details of the day, including the dress, the flowers, the decor, and other aspects that are easily forgotten over time. This can be particularly valuable for future generations to come.

Lastly, it’s a day you cannot repeated, so having a photographic record becomes more important as time moves forward. This why we recommend a wedding album and framed printed photograph of your wedding, as digital files can be easily lost or damaged.

Always remember to back up your precious wedding photos on different hard drives.

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