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Category Archives: Wedding Photographer

Parent category to different areas of wedding photography

Beautiful Crockstead Farm Hotel Wedding

Stunning wedding yesterday – lots of laughter and lots of tears (of happiness). This was the first outdoor wedding ceremony for me this year and it was a lovely romantic setting for this beautiful wedding at Crockstead Farm Hotel in East Sussex. Tania and Max, thank you for asking me to be your wedding photographer […]

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Bluebell Railway Murder Mystery Wedding

I had the absolute pleasure and pure joy to photograph another wedding at the Bluebell Railway last weekend. This one was combined with a murder mystery event which was a complete hoot. And the couple and all their guests were such beautiful and fun people that it made my job as the wedding photographer very […]

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Why are wedding photographers so expensive?

As a professional photographer I occasionally come across people who are completely surprised by the amount of money I charge for my photography services. Not in a bad way but just – surprised. After all, isn’t my work just about snapping some photos and e-mailing them over? Why should that cost so much? Why would […]

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Brighton East Sussex wedding photographer testimonials

I have just updated my wedding photography testimonials page on my website. Here are just short snippets of what my lovely couples have said – you can click on the link at the end of this post to read the rest. “…Katariina captured the love, spirit and atmosphere in stunning natural images that felt like […]

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Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa wedding

Candle-lit chapel, lanterns marking the way in darkness from the chapel to the hotel, candle-lit intimate wedding breakfast…  not words a photographer wants to hear necessarily when asked to shoot a wedding, because as lovely as it sounds, it’s not easy to take well lit photographs in near darkness – but it turned out to be […]

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