Andy Sidders



Leighton Buzzard

🇬🇧 The United Kingdom

Also serving:

London (The United Kingdom)


Senior Member

12 awards left until the Grand Member

27th place in The United Kingdom

With us

2 years

Studio Name

Andy Sidders Photography

Hello! I'm Andy Sidders of Andy Sidders Photography and I'm a Buckinghamshire based wedding photographer. I'm passionate about creating beautiful and meaningful wedding photographs for my couples and I strive to capture moments that are honest and romantic.

I'm passionate about creating stunning wedding photographs that capture the beauty of your day and all the special moments shared between you and your loved ones. I'm also committed to creating a relaxed and stress-free environment, which allows couples to enjoy their day and feel comfortable in front of the camera.

If you're looking for a wedding photographer that will capture the beauty of your day in a relaxed and natural way, then look no further than Andy Sidders Photography. Get in touch today to enquire and find out more about my wedding photography services.

Winning photos

We enjoyed beautiful golden hour light at Sam & Laura's wedding at Woodland Weddings in Hertfordshire, UK.

100th Collection

This photo was taken at Jess and Matt's wedding at Hunstmill Farm. There was a moody looking sunset, so I positioned the couple and then lit them with off camera flash.

96th Collection

This romantic shot was captured at The Barns at Redcoats in Hertfordshire, UK. The couple were backlit by the golden hour sun and I shot through leaves to create the yellow/green-ish bokeh in the foreground.

93rd Collection

This shot is from Maia & Matt's wedding at Stowe House in Buckinghamshire, UK. Their guests were gathered on the steps leading to the country house and were treated to a firework display which rounded off the evening celebrations.

92nd Collection

This couple shot was taken at Lindengate Charity in Buckinghamshire. Both brides looked beautiful with their matching floral crowns.

91st Collection

This night time shot was taken at Shendish Manor Hotel in Hertfordshire. I used a Magbeam to project a pattern on the stone gazebo wall behind the couple and lit the couple with flash.

89th Collection

This sunset shot was taken at Notley Tythe Barn in Buckinghamshire, UK. I spotted a beautiful sunset so grabbed my couple of the dance floor for this quick shot which was their favourite image from their wedding day.

88th Collection

This is one of my favourite natural wedding portraits. The photo was taken at Fanhams Hall in Hertfordshire, UK. The couple were backlit with beautiful golden light and I asked them to walk towards me, while bumping hips. The prompt help generate the natural reaction and helped create a photo that the couple love.

86th Collection

This image was taken at Banking Hall in London. I used a Magbeam to project a light pattern onto the wall at the top of the stairs and lit the couple using flash.

85th Collection

This portrait was taken at Chenies Manor in Buckinghamshire, UK. I positioned the bride in beautiful window light and instructed her to look out the window.

85th Collection

This silhouette was taken on a pre-wedding shoot at Coombe Hill in Buckinghamshire, UK. I lay low on the grass to take the shot and framed the couple between blades of grass in the foreground.

84th Collection

A portrait of the bride taken on the magnificent staircase at De Vere Latimer Estate in Buckinghamshire. The bride was lit by a softbox.

83rd Collection

This portrait was taken at Aldwickbury Park Golf Club in Hertfordshire, UK. I lit the couple with flash. This helped bring out the drama in the moody sky. The bride swooshed her veil to make the image more dynamic.

82nd Collection

I created a silhouette of my bride and groom and created foreground interesting foreground for the image by lighting a few glass candle holders.

This image was taken at Knowle Country House, in Kent.

81st Collection

This golden hour portrait was taken at Wingbury Farm Glamping in Buckinghamshire. There was a beautiful warm evening light, so I posed the couple and then played some word games with them to create this relaxed and natural portrait.

78th Collection

This shot was taken in front of Islington Fire Station after an Islington Town Hall wedding. I posed the couple and shot them using a slow shutter speed to capture the motion blur of the bus as it went past.

77th Collection

The bride and groom were absolute superstars! We took a stroll into a field with long grass and were blessed with beautiful evening light.

Captured at a wedding at The Five Arrows Hotel, Waddesdon Manor.

76th Collection

We were blessed with beautiful golden hour light for Alison and Jonny's wedding at Fanhams Hall. Here's a shot of the newlyweds backlit by the golden light.

75th Collection