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Damien Alexander
Little boy looking happy to see a little girl.Documentary Wedding Photography Lancashire

Why choose me?

Firstly, with Documentary Wedding Photography, I don’t want to take over the Wedding day; I want to document it. My style of photography is similar to journalism photography, where I capture your story of the day and tell that story through beautiful images.

Secondly,  above all you can get on with your Wedding day with the peace of mind that you can engage more with your family and friends. Know that after the day is over, you can relive your Wedding with a beautifully crated album and see new stories that you missed. That is the beauty of Documentary Wedding Photography.

I Tell A Story…

Unlike the more common photography styles in weddings, documentary-style photography places a premium on avoiding interference with the wedding preparations and festivities if at all possible. This style seeks to blend into the background and capture the day as it unfolds with none of the coaching, deliberate posing, and interruptions that are a common feature of the usual wedding photography.
As a result, Documentary Wedding Photography keeps the story fresh, authentic, and more genuinely reflects the family, setting, and mood of the day. Instead of the usual close up shots of a ring or bouquet, or the bride looking introspectively out the window.

My approach as a Wedding Photographer leads to compelling images of family and friends interacting more candidly manner.

Outdoor Wedding photography in the Walled garden in colour. Wedding photography

I Capture Raw Emotions

Moments of uncontrolled and real emotions are priceless, and they make the best wedding pictures. Raw emotions cannot be staged, recreated or set up — some of them happen in a flash, vanish, and never come back no matter how much encouragement the wedding photographer puts in. Documentary Wedding photography is unmatched when it comes to capturing those priceless, fleeting of emotions of the subtlest kind.

It could be a slight grin, a wry smile, a burst of laughter, a single teardrop, or just one look of astonishment. It takes skill and a sense of art to capture those as they are happening naturally in the moment. And that’s what documentary shoots are all about. Plus, it’s especially helpful if you’re camera shy or self-conscious. And that’s because you don’t even know anyone is trying to take a picture.

Here are some examples of Weddings I’ve been giving the honour of documenting, set in some of the most beautiful venues across Lancashire.

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Do not hesitate to contact me with any question you may have about your wedding or even wedding venues. Thank you for taking the time to look at my site and I hope that I hear from you.

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