Kent wedding photographers
People often ask me for wedding photographer recommendations. When my brother got married in Kent, I was determined not to photograph his wedding. I really wanted to enjoy the day and not be working, so I pledged to help him to find the right photographer.
My brother’s wedding ceremony was held at the same church as Jools Holland, a nice little church near Rochester. He and his bride-to-be were looking for a photographer who could capture the romance and emotion of the day. I helped him with his research and came up with a list of some of the best wedding photographers in Kent.
Graham Scott Studio is a small and friendly studio with almost 25 years of experience. Their photographs follow a fairly traditional style and they can print your wedding album. Since they are also a family portrait studio, they are very used to working with children. They only do one wedding per day so you don’t have to worry about another couple stealing your thunder!
The Howling Basset offers a mixture of classic and natural photo styles. They have shot over 600 weddings with a professional yet relaxed approach. This should help ease your nerves during your wedding! They will spend the whole day with you to make sure they capture all your magical moments and they offer a personal web gallery where you can easily print or download the photos.
David Fenwick was awarded the 2013 Kent Wedding Photographer of the Year due to his traditional, documentary and contemporary styles. He offers additional treatments such as black and white effect, and supplies the photos on a DVD. He is also fully insured so you don’t have to worry about a thing!
These are just a few of the great photographers in Kent. If you like their samples and rates, talk to them to see how you get on personally. It’s important to have a good rapport with your photographer.The photos are a major factor in how you will remember your wedding day, so make sure you get it right!