Wedding ImagesThey say a picture speaks a thousand words and so I am not going to bore you with my history or tell you how special your wedding day will be to you because, hopefully, you will already know! 

Generally, I try to provide a mixture of formal and informal shots in order to make your wedding portfolio more interesting, however this can be tailored to suit your requirements.

Please feel free to browse around the wedding images presented and I would take this opportunity to highlight that all images in the wedding galleries are the work of Emotive Imagery and are from 'real' weddings, not model or workshop sessions and so reflect what is possible in a real-life scenario, rather than under 'controlled' conditions.

I generally recommend approx. 1hr 30mins to have available for photographs following the ceremony (although this is not all photography - it builds in time for you to socialise with your guests and allow for the drinks reception, etc). The actual time spent on photography is dependant upon the style you require, how many groups you want to caputure and the scope of photography within the venue - however to ensure stylish and quality images, your photography should not be rushed. All of this is discussed in full during our meetings.

Bridal portraiture shoots are available and can either be undertaken as a separate photoshoot with studio lighting or on location (please ask for a quotation), or a reduced session can be undertaken on the day but time/location must be factored into your wedding and will mean that you have less time with your guests.


Image SizesYour wedding will be shot on digital SLR's (unless specified) with an aspect ratio of 3:2, as per professional photographers - although there may be a small nubmer of images that may be cropped to a 5:4 aspect - this means that images shot with an aspect of 3:2 will NOT fit without cropping within a 7x5in print.  I can provide a chart showing the print sizes that are compatible with a 3:2 apect ratio and a visual aid showing the effects of cropping an image to fit a 7x5in print so please do not hesitate to ask me to send this over to you.  Alternatively, take a look at the following link on my blog: