Sunday, 16 September 2007

Wedding (Stan & Claire)

We were delighted to be asked to photograph Claire and Stan's special day over the August Bank Holiday. We all met up earlier in the year over a drink to talk through their wedding plans and their photographic requirements. We always like to do this face-to-face if we can as it gives everyone the opportunity to get to know each other a little better. We followed this up with a photographic guide which outlines everyone's contact details, the logistics, itinerary and a photographic checklist of the key shots they wanted us to take throughout the day. It's important to have these things buttoned down as you don't want any nasty surprises on the day!

Stan & Claire are a fantastic couple - so relaxed, fun and down-to-earth. We knew they would be naturals in front of the camera. Here's a very small collection from the day.


  1. We were so happy that a friend had reccomended Richard to be our photographer for our wedding as there is such a wide choice out there and it is so important to make the write decision and luckily this was done for us. Reccomendations are usually the best choice.

    Not only is Richard professional and takes wonderful pictures but he also is lovely, friendly, person to be around.

    One thing I found important on the day, after a few offical photographs were taken, we didn't even notice Richard was there which meant he could take the natural shots which usually produce a better result.

    We are thrilled with our wedding photos and can't wait to see them in an albumn.

    Richard sat down with us before the wedding and thoroughly went through what we would like. We had such a wonderful wedding day, I can honestly say it was a perfect day. So to have all these wonderful memories captured in the photographs is so important and Richard did this for us.

    Thank you Richard!!!

  2. If anyone reading his wants to see how these photos look when presented in a professionally designed coffee table book, let us know. We use only the best quality printers and materials, all of which are perfect bound and hand finished. They look absolutely amazing I must say!


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