CIRENCESTER WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER BLOG
EMOTIVE AND CANDID MOMENTS
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A COLLECTION OF COTSWOLD WEDDINGS
As a Cirencester wedding photographer, I’m so lucky to be surrounded by such beautiful and sought after Cotswold wedding venues. My easy-going and unobtrusive style is why couples book me, along with my natural looking images that never appear awkward or posed.
Please browse through my Blog. Whether you’re seeking inspiration for your venue or wanting to see images from a specific season, I hope you find it helpful.
GORGEOUS COTSWOLD WEDDINGS FROM
NATURAL AND AUTHENTIC
Tanli captured our whole wedding day so beautifully. She is so talented and manages to capture every little detail, as well as all the laughs, tears and emotion in a very natural and authentic way.
~ LYNSEY AND MATHEW
ARE YOU STILL SEARCHING FOR YOUR CIRENCESTER WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER?
As a Cirencester wedding photographer , I have the most incredible and sought after wedding venues, all within a 40 mile radius of me.
Beautiful Cotswold Barn wedding venues such as Oxleaze Barn, Kingscote Barn, Cripps Barn, Stone Barn, The Great Tythe Barn and Lapstone Barn to name a few. Gorgeous boutique hotels too such as the Cotswold House Hotel in Chipping Campden and The Manor House in Moreton in Marsh. Exquisite venues such as the incredible Caswell House in Brize Norton and Hyde House in Stow on the Wold, are just a stone’s throw from me too.
Being a recommended supplier for venues is valuable, as it means that venues trust me with their couples , respect my work and enjoy having my images linked to their venue. And it means they like me, which I think is so important too.
13 GREAT QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
WHAT IS YOUR STYLE?
My shooting style produces natural flattering images that never look posed or forced. I love for personalities to shine through in my images and I strive to capture moments that are candid and emotive. So, you will get a beautiful mix of flattering portraits combined with documentary shooting.
My editing style is the ‘look’ you see on my web site . I like to stay true to the colours on the day but give them extra ‘pop’ and life in the editing process. Editing styles or trends, such as turning everything a little ‘orange’ or ‘desaturating the greens’ will date over the years and images can become ‘stale’ when edited in that manner (just think about all those instagram filters that go in and out of ‘fashion’). If you’ve spent many hours choosing a specific pink for your flowers or spent hours choosing suits of a certain colour, then I will stay true to that in my edit.