Campbeltown Wedding Photography
A few weeks back I photographed a wedding in Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland for Natalie and Lee which was an excellent wedding to add to my Campbeltown Wedding Photography portfolio and this week The Daily Post asks us to show an image/images of ‘Connected‘.
I thought this would be a great time to do a post on the wedding as part of my style whilst being a hybrid style of photo journalistic and posing I do aim to capture as much of the connection between the bride and groom and try to relay these feelings and emotions through my images to the viewer so they can see these emotions or for the bride and groom relive them again a few years later when viewing their album.
One of the hardest and challenging things to do is to capture these moments naturally when shooting in the photo journalistic style, but I suppose that’s why I’m always looking around and never too far from the action so that these memories are captured and always remembered.
Natalie and Lee certainly had a great connection on their big day as you can see by the images below, a mix of happiness, joy, tears, reminisce, fun, and love all captured throughout the events of the day for them to look back at in future days.
However photographing a wedding isn’t just about the bride and groom, some of the images below also shows the connection between them and others, the best man, the father of the bride etc and capturing these during a wedding when so much else is going on does mean you have to be thinking about your next image all the time and be alert for an opportunistic moment.
Are you looking for a wedding photographer in the Argyll area? Take a look at my Wedding Packages to see if these meet your requirements and drop me a message to see if I’m available for your big day.
Want to see more of Natalie and Lee’s album, then their full wedding album can be viewed here.
Hair was done by Kim Mathieson and the girls at Snips
Makeup was done by Claire Dryden at Eye Adore U