If you’ve got big dreams for your wedding, and excited about putting in the planning and the work to bring those dreams to life. It is so important to have the right person capture your photos. The Redfords recommend you speak to evening wedding photographer Kerry Ann Duffy.
When it comes to your photos, you’ll want to be able to see your day through the eyes of loved ones in your finished gallery. Grandparents taking to the dance floor, old friends cackling like kids at in-jokes from years ago, new friendships being struck up over dinner. Kerry Ann said “I like to be as unobtrusive as possible and blend into the background at a wedding, in order to capture each beautiful moment as it naturally unfolds.”
CHOOSING A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
Choosing your evening photographer is an important decision, and it’s crucial that you feel comfortable with them. Call me and a good old chat, you can ask me all your burning questions and see if you think we’re a good fit. Once you’ve booked we’ll get a date in the diary for an in-person meeting and a glass of something delicious together to celebrate.
I’ve been shooting weddings across Kent, London and the South East of England since 2009, and I shoot anything up to 40 each year. Life is busy but happy! I work alone and like to be as unobtrusive as possible and blend into the background at your wedding, in order to capture each beautiful moment as it naturally unfolds.
CAPTURING THE EVENING
If you are looking to have your reception captured too, this is something you can have your evening photographer do, by booking some extra coverage, but it’s also nice to have a different photographer’s perspective. The Redfords photographer is there until the end of the evening . They work so discreetly and get in amongst all of the guests, so that you can really relive your party vibe again when looking back at the photos. See more about Kerry Ann Duffy