Wedding photography can be a minefield when you first start to look for a wedding photographer for your big day. From styles, to quality, to price, it can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. This post showcases the truly unique, stunning quality that you should expect from your photographer. Showcasing the brilliant Kevin Mullins Photography.
Firstly look at your budget, and for me, I say throw everything you can at it because when you think about it, wedding photos are your legacy, your history, our never-forgotten memories of one of the most precious days of your life.
The first thing you need to think about when choosing a wedding photographer is the style: what sort of photos do you like, what sort of photos do you want to end up with? Do you want traditionally posed shots, or photos that tell the story of the days events unfolding (documentary photography) or quirky posed or fashion type shots. For me, they’re all equally as dramatic a style as the other but what’s most important is not choosing what others think you should choose but instead choosing the style that suits you! Nobody else, just you two!
And today I’m showcasing one of my favourite styles of wedding photography… Documentary Wedding Photography featuring one of my favourite Documentary wedding photographers here in the UK, Kevin Mullins.
Kevin focuses on Documentary wedding photography, shadowing you and and your guests for the day, echoing the mood, emotions and feel of your day through his photography. Documentary wedding photography is my favourite style because it’s emotive.
Kevin has won many awards with his photography and is an expert in his field and today (yabba dabba doo!!) we’re lucky enough to be hosting a really special Industry Expert post over on Mad Hatters Academy too, so if you’re a wedding photographer or vendor in the wedding industry, I think you’ll love reading his feature on our wedding business blog.
Beautiful, dramatic, captivating, emotive, these photos make you hold your breath, feel and see what you may have otherwise not seen. I love them. I’m a huge fan of Documentary wedding photography and Kevin’s photos are always impressive.
I hope this helps guide you a little in choosing your style, your photographer. It is a big decision and if you need any help, feel free to comment below. What do you think of Documentary Wedding Photography?
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