South Wales Wedding Photographer

Lost and found

So remember Gale and Walters wedding?

Well, when I photograph weddings, I make sure to capture candids and guests enjoying. As I was at the ceremony early, I was able to photograph guests arriving.

With Jerusalem Church being on the main road in Burry Port, the general public were also walking by, but by the way they are dressed, its rather obvious if they were attending as guests to the wedding, right?

Not so obvious!
Well, this smartly dressed lady was walking by, I was taking natural photos of her walking towards the church when she spotted me. Naturally, I made an attempt to get her to smile, and she did.

She then carried on walking PAST the church! She wasn’t a guest at the wedding! Haha.

So the search begins
It was a beautiful photo of this lady, and I just had to get it to her. I posted it on Facebook, and lots of shares later, her grand daughter got in touch with me!

I’m so glad I found her, the power of Facebook

 

So I was shooting a wedding in Burry Port the other day, capturing guests arriving at the church. I took a photo of…

Posted by Photography First on Monday, 18 June 2018

Photography First

Author Photography First

Now in my 6th year of photographing weddings in South Wales, I'm still loving my job!! I've had the honour of being voted for many Welsh National Wedding Awards, and this year, 2017, I am proud to say I am a finalist in the Welsh National Wedding Awards 2017! Thank you to all the bride and grooms that have voted for me and trusting in me to capture your wedding in a unique and creative way! I have also recently been voted as the Top Photographer in Carmarthenshire! Also booking weddings for Gloucestershire, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds as well as continuing to produce creative wedding photography across South Wales.

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