Portrait Photographer London
As a Portrait Photographer London, engagement sessions are a fantastic part of my job, especially on a sunny Sunday morning in Holland Park. I met up with Katie and Nicole a few weeks before their wedding was due to take place at Searcy’s in London. We met early to avoid the crowds and walked and talked whilst getting some great shots of the two of them. It also gave us a chance to get to know each other a bit more before the wedding came about. I was able to show Katie & Nicole my relaxed style of photography. It was all fun and jokes and I let them in a little to the whacky side of my personality.
London Wedding Photographer
As a portrait photographer London, I much prefer location shoots as opposed to studio sessions. Being a London Wedding Photographer I think that I am lucky to have a million different locations and a vast variety of backgrounds at my disposal. All I have to do is travel a few minutes in any direction and I’ve got some weird, whacky or colourful place of interest to create some amazing photography.
I suggested to Katie & Nicole that it might be a nice contrast to have their engagement session in a rural location since as their wedding was going to be in the middle of London, and would have a very urban feel to it. They had a think and came up with Holland Park as one of their favourite locations. I loved it there, we were spoilt for choice in regards to interesting places to shoot. The weather was glorious and my subjects were a dream to work with. What more could a London Wedding Photographer ask for?
My aim is to make sure that my clients feel relaxed and have fun as this ultimately gives us the nice natural and candid style of photography that my clients book me for. Engagement sessions are a great way to build rapport before we meet up on your big day. Most of all they’re fun, informal and you end up with professional photo’s of you and your partner to cherish for years to come. If you would like to discuss your wedding or enagagement photography with me then please get in contact. I’d be happy to help.