“I cannot recommend Emma enough to all brides and grooms to be. The work she does is pure magic, she is so intuitive, creative and can put you at ease in an instance. I promise you will have fun when Emma takes your photos! I had some ideas about how I wanted our wedding photos to look, I told Emma to be as creative as she wanted. She took us into the river Thames for our engagement shoot and lay us in a poppy field on our wedding day. Everyone is obsessed with our photos and if you book her they will be obsessed with yours too.

“Thank you Emma for everything, you made the planning process so easy and I will be forever grateful that you rearranged your schedule so you could fit us in when we had to postpone. You are the Queen of photography and I wish I could take you everywhere with me!” Kirsten & Olly

Throughout the wedding day itself there are so many moments to capture. I often get asked if I do candid. And the answer is yes! Basically most of the wedding day itself is very much documentary. Only smaller portions are directed. Such as group and couple shots.. .but these still have very free flowing actions. My job is to constantly be watching for moments that happen that you might not be seeing. Children playing, dogs as part of the wedding day, tears and laughter. Here are some examples of the many natural elements that happen across the wedding day from bridal prep to first dance. So take a look at the natural documentary wedding photography. As a wedding photographer, it is hugely important to know when to capture just natural moments, moments that are not influenced by us. This is around 90% of the wedding day.