Jessica & Simon
"After having had a bad experience with a formal photographer our biggest apprehension over everything we had to plan for the wedding was the photographer."
After having had a bad experience with a formal photographer our biggest apprehension over everything we had to plan for the wedding was the photographer. All the details of the wedding we were completely in control of, but choosing a photographer who you could trust to take the pictures in the style which you wanted was the most difficult decision.
If you are a couple similar to us whose nightmare is standing behind a camera for hours with this false smile that starts to hurt your cheeks, whilst relatives are rounded up for stiff shots, then Adam is your wedding photographer. Meeting Adam several times prior to the wedding meant that there was no awkwardness to him arriving on the day. In fact by the end of the wedding day because the time spent with him was so relaxed and enjoyable he’d became another member of the wedding party! Importantly making us laugh when he could tell either of us were getting the usual wedding jitters adding to the modern nature of his photography.
All the fine details had been discussed in the meetings before meaning on the day Adam just got on with everything we’d asked him to capture and more, relieving a massive stress off our shoulders! As a bride your photographer saying ‘let me worry about the weather and the timings you just enjoy yourself’ is exactly what you need to hear.
We not only spent the time following the wedding boasting how fabulous our photographer was because of his funny and easy going personality, so did both our families and friends.
One of our favourite photographs of the day was Adams impromptu photograph of us sitting on the floor; looks like a perfectly posed picture in front of the landscape when in fact it was just a rest from the uncomfortable shoes.
Our wedding day was literally the best day of our lives and every precious, funny and unique moment of that was captured without us even noticing Adam was here.
Thank you, Mr and Mrs Rhead.