There are so many different things to consider when choosing your East Anglian wedding photographer. No two photographers will have the same approach and all will offer their own unique service and style. Some will adopt a photojournalistic or reportage documentary approach for most of your day, so you can look back and remember just how incredible your day actually was in addition to the more traditional couples, bridesmaids and family group shots.
A good wedding photographer will be unobtrusive and will capture the day in a relaxed and informal way from the 'getting ready' stage right through to the first dance and well into the evening.
You want to remember your wedding day forever so it's worth choosing a photographer you are comfortable with and will record your day in the best possible way.
Here’s some great wedding photographers in East Anglia from places like Norfolk, Suffolk, Ipswich, Norwich, Cambridge, Peterborough, Yarmouth and Peterborough, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your East Anglian Wedding magazine when contacting wedding photographers in East Anglia.
The Photography Show & The Video Show is launching its first ever Wedding Album of the Year competition to celebrate the best of the best from all around the country; showcasing the talent and craft of professional photographers and album makers in the UK and championing the power of print. There's nothing like a beautifully designed and presented wedding album to immortalise a couple's special day - a permanent and tangible reminder of those happy memories and moments, to be enjoyed for years to come. Wedding Album of the Year will celebrate these memories and the photographers that captured them.
Posted: 24 June 2022
Cambridgeshire based photographer and videographer Sian Richardson has unveiled her new brand and website. "I have been working on it with Krishna of Krishna Solanki Designs and what an amazing experience it's been. I finally have a brand and website that truly represents what I'm about and the journey I want my customers to go on," says Sian. The three-triangle company logo has been designed to represent the core values of Sian Richardson Photo and Film something really important to Sian.
Posted: 19 November 2021
Printing experts Parrot Print whose slogan is 'Bring Your Images to Life', has surveyed couples in the UK to reveal what the nation's most cherished wedding photograph is. After a turbulent year for the wedding industry and hopeful couples alike during the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions are easing and weddings are starting to resume. Now more than ever, we are cherishing special moments in our lives and your very own wedding day is up there with the most important for many happy couples. But when it comes to wedding photography, it's important to make sure you're getting the most from your important snaps to hang on your wall, give as a gift or simply treasure forever.
Posted: 31 May 2021
From getting ready shots, to the first dance, there are hundreds of special moment to capture over a whole day when it comes to wedding photography. A favourite shot might be the bride/groom walking down the aisle, or the couple are always special post-vows; but it doesn't always go to plan, especially when involving pets, children and in this case... food! Take a peek at these food-inspired snaps that were all finalists in Wedding Food Photographer of the Year.... was the winner your favourite too?
Posted: 12 May 2021
Local wedding photographer Neil Senior has rebranded his business to reflect his personal signature style. After establishing an extensive wedding portfolio as Eternal Images Photography in Sheffield, he's since moved to the region and has now changed the name to Neil Senior Photography. "Visiting Norfolk as much as we did each year for family holidays, it made perfect sense for us to relocate to the area and make it our home.," he explains. Now established, Neil Senior Photography is based near Norwich, covering weddings locally and across the UK.
Posted: 28 January 2021
Rising star 22-year-old Michelle Connop has her sights set on making her mark in the world of wedding photography. Based in Norwich, she's planning to go full time once she finishes her photography masters degree in December. After starting out doing portraits when she was 15, she assisted former wedding photographers in Gorleston on a number of photo shoots and has since gone on to cover weddings on her own. "My mum used to come with me, helping me get the group shots and holding all my gear. It was valuable experience and it kick-started my love for capturing people's true personas and innate beauty," says Michelle.
Posted: 5 January 2021