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Award winning contemporary wedding photography throughout Sussex, Surrey, Kent and the whole of the south. Two photographers at every wedding High res digital image files included with every wedding Packages available with or without albums Informal, relaxed shooting from bridal preps through to your first dance. Please visit our website to see our full galleries. For a complete information pack including all pricing details please visit our website or contact us dir
Justine Claire is a female wedding photographer based in Sussex. Her style is relaxed and unobtrusive, she will capture the story of your day as it unfolds, capturing the emotional and magical moments as they happen. "....one of the most important decisions for us was choosing the right photographer, and we knew we made the right decision choosing you. The photographs are exceptional and all the guests remarked on your wonderful manner with them throughout the day......."
Beaconsfield Weddings are a full time professional photography team bringing together the expertise from the principle photographers to create exceptional, stylish and breathtaking images for your wedding. With years of experience and true visual appreciation of each bride and groom’s requirements and overall expectations, we aim to bring our extremely high standards to each and every wedding regardless of venue or style. The two main photographers are each specialist photographers, adeptat
Photography that captures the atmosphere and essence of your wedding in a style that is informal and fun, yet highly professional. A reportage approach to the occasion ensures photography which is quick, efficient and discreet to tell the full story of your wedding day with imagination and flair. With Vaughan Ives you will be given all the images taken during the day. From these a hand-picked selection can be presented to you in an album. Afterwards, high-res files will be yours to keep.
Libra Photographics started in 1999 when Nathan Eames, photography graduate, was asked to photograph a family wedding of 300 people. He quickly realised that he had an affinity with people in front of the lens and a wedding was a place with a lot of atmosphere ready for the most emotive images to be captured. Starting before the age the digital camera has given the edge to Nathans photography as he knows what he has taken before seeing it on the back of the camera, useful skill under pressure