There are so many different things to consider when choosing your Kent wedding photographer. No two photographers will have the same approach and all will offer their own unique service and style. Some will adopt a photojournalistic or reportage documentary approach for most of your day, so you can look back and remember just how incredible your day actually was in addition to the more traditional couples, bridesmaids and family group shots.
A good wedding photographer will be unobtrusive and will capture the day in a relaxed and informal way from the 'getting ready' stage right through to the first dance and well into the evening.
You want to remember your wedding day forever so it's worth choosing a photographer you are comfortable with and will record your day in the best possible way.
Here’s some great wedding photographers in Kent from places like Maidstone, Canterbury, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Rochester, Dartford and Dover, whom you might want to get in touch with...
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SHOT by JFK Photography is an award winning Kent based wedding studio. John - JFK (yes those really are my initials) has been behind a camera for many years and photographing weddings professionally since 2015.
My style is very candid, natural and relaxed, I love to just capture the moments of your wedding as they happen, whether it is both of you and the looks you give each other, or the laughter and tears through your speeches, those are the meaningful moments and the parts I love to capture.
WeSnapThat is a fun mobile application that allows you to share all of your wedding photos, corporate events, birthday parties, holidays, family events.... into one single place.
Imagine creating a shared photo album of your event and having photos taken from different angles and shared by family, friends, and guests. You can now collect all your guests' photos and videos in one private album and share access with whomever you wish. WeSnapThat is highly customizable and provides 100% full security and privacy. The power is all in your hands!
The Photography Show & The Video Show is launching its first ever Wedding Album of the Year competition to celebrate the best of the best from all around the country; showcasing the talent and craft of professional photographers and album makers in the UK and championing the power of print. There's nothing like a beautifully designed and presented wedding album to immortalise a couple's special day - a permanent and tangible reminder of those happy memories and moments, to be enjoyed for years to come. Wedding Album of the Year will celebrate these memories and the photographers that captured them.
Posted: 1 July 2022
We asked Kent-based wedding photographer Lee Gordon (www.blushingbridephotography.com) whether bridal prep shots are a must-have. Read on to find out what she had to say. I think bridal preparation is a huge part of the day and definitely a must when it comes to documenting your day. I usually start the wedding morning by capturing all of the lovely details such as the dresses, shoes, flowers and jewellery – all the bits and pieces my brides might have lost sleep over!
Posted: 9 September 2021
Not only has Maidstone-based JP Photographic extended its £200 Covid discount until the end of 2021, but it's now added an extra bonus. The team are kindly offering to prepare a movie that can be played during your reception depicting the two of you from birth to engagement. This largely depends on the material you're able to supply, so why not make the most of this fab opportunity? Material can include photographs, both digital and printed, movie clips and anecdotes.
Posted: 27 July 2021
Printing experts Parrot Print whose slogan is 'Bring Your Images to Life', has surveyed couples in the UK to reveal what the nation's most cherished wedding photograph is. After a turbulent year for the wedding industry and hopeful couples alike during the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions are easing and weddings are starting to resume. Now more than ever, we are cherishing special moments in our lives and your very own wedding day is up there with the most important for many happy couples. But when it comes to wedding photography, it's important to make sure you're getting the most from your important snaps to hang on your wall, give as a gift or simply treasure forever.
Posted: 31 May 2021
From getting ready shots, to the first dance, there are hundreds of special moment to capture over a whole day when it comes to wedding photography. A favourite shot might be the bride/groom walking down the aisle, or the couple are always special post-vows; but it doesn't always go to plan, especially when involving pets, children and in this case... food! Take a peek at these food-inspired snaps that were all finalists in Wedding Food Photographer of the Year.... was the winner your favourite too?
Posted: 12 May 2021
We asked Kent-based wedding photographer Penny Young how to make the most of a super-stunning venue in those all-important photos. Read on to discover her top tips... The first step is to make sure you tell your photographer why you chose your venue and what you love about it. Tell them about the specific areas you like and then let them use their creativity to capture you in these locations on the day. Make sure you've allowed enough time for your photos, in particular your couple photo shoot, as feeling rushed is the worst and you'll want to make sure that you've had enough photos in your favourite spots.
Posted: 8 April 2021
Taking those classic formal wedding photos and putting a relaxed, natural spin on them - that's what photographer Sarah Hunt of Kent-based Strawberry Photography does best. Her approach enables you to have an incredible day while she works away in the background capturing all those special, crazy, and emotional moments, as well as grabbing you for some must-have traditional photos for the treasured album. Now, you can get an incredible 20 per cent off all wedding packages, along with a complimentary engagement shoot when you book your big day with Sarah.
Posted: 2 February 2021
Although some are choosing to postpone their wedding days in favour of a bigger bash when restrictions are lifted, many are opting to go ahead with a downsized version of their original plans. There's no right or wrong answer, and what's important is the love and commitment you'll be expressing on the day. Wedding suppliers throughout the land have been going above and beyond to adapt and offer as much as they can within the government guidelines. So, if you're ready, willing and able to reduce the size of your guest list, it's an idea time for a romantic, intimate wedding.
Posted: 24 November 2020