Weddings are fantastic occasions and not just for the special couple, but for their friends and families. Wedding Photography is all about capturing the nerves, the detail the fun and the excitement that makes up the special day.
Liam Kidney Photography approaches your day with a photojournalistic eye which mixes the contemporary with more traditional styles to produce a unique mix of beautiful portraiture and spontaneous documentary-style photography that will truly capture every moment of your day.
Liam prides himself on his relaxed manner, and his ability to immerse himself in your special day. He meets the couples at least twice before the wedding so they can work out the plan for the day with them in advance. He also visits all the locations in advance and advises the couple where the best locations for photos are depending on light, time of day and weather etc.
On the morning of your wedding, he will capture the fears and excitement of the groom (and groomsmen!) before arriving at the Bride’s house to shoot the buzz and animation of the preparations.
He will then proceed to the church to immortalize that special moment when you become husband and wife. Many of the shots taken in the church are candid shots from a distance using a zoom lens. This ensures that all shots are natural whilst allowing you to focus on and enjoy the ceremony. After the ceremony the group photos of your nearest and dearest as desired by the happy couple are shot. A wide selection of photos of the newlyweds and their wedding party are then captured in either the grounds of the hotel or a specified location.
On arrival at your wedding reception, he will embrace and capture all the key elements of the occasion from the cutting of the cake, to the speeches and your first dance. Later on that night,he puts on a slide show of those special moments snapped throughout your day which you and your guests can enjoy before continuing to dance the night away.
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