Our best wedding photos taken in 2018 in Ireland, Northern Ireland, France and Belgium. Includes wedding candids and portraits taken from weddings as well as engagement shoots.
You never know when Sam is going to burst into a spontaneous dance move. It can be anywhere at any time of the day. That is one of the many, many things we love about her. And usually, Paul isn't afraid to join in.
After a first look in Bangor and wedding ceremony in Belfast, Sam and Paul had their wedding reception in the gorgeous Larchfield Estate. There were bubbles, doughnuts, music and, of course, loads and loads of dancing. Two of our favourite people and one of our favourite ever weddings.
We have a look at Nikon’s first fullframe mirrorless cameras and their suitability for wedding photography. Do we regret switching to the Sony A7III?
So you hate having your photo taken? Don’t worry, almost everyone does! And with the right photographer it’s really nothing to worry about.
Do you need one or two photographers? What is the advantage of having two wedding photographers shooting your wedding? Does it cost much more to have a second wedding photographer?
We ventured up into the mountains of Donegal with American girl Deanna and her Irish fiancé, Declan for their epic Irish engagement shoot.
Changing from shooting with the Nikon D750 to the Sony A7III as a professional wedding photographer. This article discusses what to expect and how to get the best out of your mirrorless Sony camera. How good is the Sony A7III for wedding photography? Is it worth switching from Nikon?
Christin White and Gareth Martin’s amazing boho humanist wedding in Field of Dreams, Bangor.
Alison and Steve’s awesome Summer wedding in the Village Church in East Belfast, followed by a reception is the Ulster Museum Belfast.
Kate Gray and Luke Carless’ wedding in Queen’s University, Belfast with drinks reception in the quad followed by evening reception in the Great Hall.