My Three Principles of Wedding Photography

Everyone needs principles, right?

Without wanting to sound too corporate, these guiding principles are effectively my mission statement.

They represent the core values that I strive to maintain throughout all my dealings as a wedding photographer.

1. Don’t Confuse People

None of my packages are named after flowers, precious metals or types of fabric.

You want photos plus some books? Then you’ll want the ‘Photos With Some Books’ package.

Not bothered about bridal prep photos? Perhaps you’ll be interested in my ‘Not Bothered About Bridal Prep’ package.

That’s how I work.  No surprises and no unnecessary complications.

2. Don’t Annoy People

I want people to be smiling in your wedding photos.

Your photos will be of real moments that really happened on your wedding day.

I aim to blend into your wedding party, get to know everyone and capture real moments.

If you are looking for someone who will boss people about and manufacture false ‘postcard’ moments then I’m sorry, I am not the photographer you are looking for.

3. Take Great Photos

Great is pretty subjective.

When I say great I’m talking about the moments captured.  Each frame tells a story.

To help you decide for yourself there are loads of photos on my Wedding Blog.

If you want to see more photos or enquire about a date, give me a shout.

See ya next time,

James

James Morgan

James is a professional wedding photographer based in Sheffield. He loves taking photos of people, tinkering with computers, real ale and red wine, and of course his family.
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