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Category Archives: Brighton Wedding Photographer

Wedding photographers in Brighton – Royal Pavilion Wedding sneak peek

On Saturday I had the honour of being the wedding photographer for a fellow wedding photographer and his lovely fiancee. Richard and Kim had their wedding at The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, and the wedding reception in the Sussex countryside. Here are a few photos from the day… What a stunning bride, don’t you think? […]

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Brighton wedding photographer – engagement shoot with Richard and Kim

I’ve been the wedding photographer for a lot of people who appreciate good quality photography, but this will be the first time I’m going to be photographing the wedding of a wedding photographer. Richard is a teacher by day, a photographer by night. Sorry, that sounded wrong – Richard is teacher by profession, but he […]

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Sussex wedding photographer – engagement shoot in Bexhill with Anya and Christian

I met Anya and Chris in Bexhill-on-Sea for their engagement shoot the other day. It was the first time for me to have a pre-wedding shoot in Bexhill so I was really looking forward to working in a new kind of environment. We met at The De La Warr Pavilion, and when I walked around the […]

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Brighton Wedding Photographer – Zohra and Mark’s Wedding at Brighton Town Hall

This time I’m going to share with you a very quick wedding photography assignment. I was lucky to be both the photographer and a witness at the wedding of two lovely people, Zohra and Mark, who had their wedding at Brighton Town Hall. It was a short civil ceremony,  but I’d say it was short […]

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How to choose the best wedding photographer for you

How to choose your wedding photographer? Everyone and their dog is a photographer these days (my dog is more of a videographer, but I’m sure he could take some stills, too, if he wanted). But is every ‘photographer’ or someone with a ‘nice camera’ a perfectly fine candidate to be your wedding photographer? Well, that […]

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