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ALL DAY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWS MOMENTS TO HAPPEN NATURALLY.
All day wedding photography allows moments to happen naturally. Typically all day coverage can be anywhere from around 9-12 hours.
The all day photography coverage allows for both the bride and groom preparation photos, right through to everyone getting crazy on the dance floor, and depending on the hours of coverage, possibly the bride and groom exiting under sparklers.
If you are getting married on a country property it’s likely you are doing lots of DIY projects. Then you also have the morning rituals captured; mingling over breakfast and the last of the setting up. Then the scene is set for the special day that is about to begin. By this point, everyone is familiar with the wedding photographer, and the photographer just blends in as part of the crowd. That means everyone is a lot more relaxed for photos.
Because we have the luxury of time with all day wedding photography, we aren’t rushing around and staging poses, allowing the moments to happen naturally. That means NO-STAGED, NO-FORCED and NO-POSED PHOTOS, and a lot more fun on your wedding day!.
That also means no mock cake cuttings or the need to have an early first dance, to fit it in before the photographer leaves. I am there from the start of the day until the bride and groom depart.
Through my experience as a professional wedding photographer and full day wedding photography becoming popular over the last few years, I feel this approach is more relaxing for the bride and groom, as well as the bridal party and all the wedding guests.
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