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One day to treasure forever

Arrivals at the ceremony?

At the bride's home?

Or earlier with pre-wedding portraits?

And how long would you like us to stay?

For the speeches?

Your first dance?

Even later to capture informal shots of your guests having fun?

Or until the firework display at the end of the day?

Location, location, location

I’m often surprised at the number of people who don’t think about the impact that the location of the venue for your wedding and subsequent wedding photography can have on the kind of pictures you’ll get.

I’ve been a wedding photographer in Scunthorpe and most of the surrounding villages for three decades, so there can’t be many locations I’ve not taken pictures in.  As far as you’re concerned, in helping you to choose a Scunthorpe wedding photographer, I’m happy to share that specialist knowledge with you as part of my wedding photography service.

We can go to locations for you to look at them through a photographer’s eyes; we can do a pre-wedding portrait shoot so you can see what you could have on the day’.

And then, when it comes to picking the actual photographs for your wedding album, you’ll be spoilt for choice and don’t forget, you can have unlimited changes to the final album I’ll produce for you from the pictures I’ve taken. More about how we will run the day, and how to get hold of the pictures afterwards can be found on the main wedding photography page.

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Small village churches are often quaint and rustic and offer some great backdrops for your wedding photography.  A small wedding can look lost in a large church with only a handful of pews filled, but fits nicely into a small village church.  A couple of things to consider though with a small village church wedding is bad weather as there can be no space for group shots, so this needs to be taken into consideration when choosing your reception venue.  Also check out the church grounds as some village churches are not in regular use so the grass can become a little wild, however the vicar will be delighted should you offer to mow the grass a few days before your wedding.  This is where meeting at the church prior to your wedding can be so useful as we can look at backgrounds and if we feel that anywhere needs mowing or tidying then you have time to organise it.  

Once we all turned up on the wedding day to find the path from the roadside to the church door had a chicken wire fence either side as the long grass was being trimmed - by a flock of sheep - leaving absolutely nowhere for photographs, apart from the narrow path in front of the door, so we had to make a detour to Central Park on the way to the reception.

Remember that at the end of the day your wedding photographs will be a lasting memory of your day, and naturally I want you to have the best photographic memories possible so putting a bit of effort in before the big day will pay dividends on the day itself.