WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY FOR DREAMERS, DRUNKS & PARTY PUNKS!
Hello, I'm Daniel, a Cambridge based photographer that works all over the UK and Europe, and I bloomin love my job! I also have a rubbish beard, the laugh of an 'evil genius' (not my words), and a massive passion for photographing awesome people having awesome weddings! If you are after fun, vibrant and naturally captured photography, please take a look at my work, and drop me a message. Shabba!
I had noticed that the venue had an outside metal chimney that was lit up internally with led strips, so I asked Ed & Lizzie to stand inside it while I used a prism to create a little light refraction effect, it worked really well and they had a lovely moment.105th Collection
Ed & Lizzie got married at the wonderful Manor Barn, and I used my phone to create a reflection of the hanging ceiling lights as they left the ceremony, I thought it would help to create a little magical feel to a mid aisle kiss!105th Collection
Sabrina is an old friend of mine and a fellow photographer, so I was quite nervous about capturing her wedding to Phil up in Manchester, the venue had a wonderful barn full of ceiling lights that I thought would make a great reflected portrait so I used my phone to bounce the reflection back into the photo!104th Collection
Megan and Dan got married at the ever beautiful Swynford Manor, they were so excited to do the mighty deed and become husband and wife, so we went for a walk in the grounds and I got them to tell each other jokes resulting in this really lovely candid image!104th Collection
I had the immense pleasure of being asked by fellow photographer Louise to capture her wedding to Paul at the stunning Botley Hill Barn, however the weather was awful all day, but it did make for a really stunning moody evening sky which we made the most of for this nighttime portrait!104th Collection
The golden hour hit just right as I was wrapping up my portrait session with Megan & Daniel, so their wedding party grabbed some smoke grenades and it made for a really fantastic back-lit scene!103rd Collection
The moody skies over the stunning Normanton Church was the perfect backdrop for a romantic photograph of Odile & Sam at their Gothic themed wedding.103rd Collection
The wind came at just the right time for this moment.102nd Collection
We just caught the end of golden hour and I thought a little bit of drama would lend itself well to the scene.102nd Collection
We had cloud cover all day so seeing the sun pop out like this was epic!101st Collection
We had to dodge the bad weather all day, making the ground really wet when we finally got out to shoot groups, so when we had the bridal party photographs it was hard for the bridesmaids to both pose and stay upright haha!96th Collection
This was a really sweet moment in Sophies back garden during her wedding to Mark, her father had found these amazing old train carriages on eBay, so he bought them and renovated them to use as a summer houses in their garden so we used them as a cool backdrop for some portraits.96th Collection
I thought the lighting at Crockwell Farm would make for a really romantic night time portrait with Fraser and Dani, so we waited until the night had come in and we nipped out quickly to grab this photo using a little off camera flash to light the couple.96th Collection
We had a stunning evening with some beautiful light at Lanwades Hall, so I just asked Danni & Clive to have an intimate little moment next to this huge tree, and it really made for a lovely romantic scene.95th Collection