Samantha and Jamie’s Hand Crafted ‘Rustic Boho’ Wedding in Scotland by Nicola Stewart Photography
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As you know here at Boho we think that photography is REALLY important, a unique and pesonal wedding is all well and good but if you don’t have the memories of the day captured with some wonderful photos then the day can be lost forever. I feel that an important part of my role as a wedding blogger is to introduce you to lots of different photographers, all with different styles but all of a high-caliber and today I have a wonderful photographer to introduce you to. David Morgan Photography specialise in photojournalism ‘Capturing Emotional Moments Between People’ in an unobtrusive and subtle manner. His use of light, flash and lights and darks is amazing, I just know you are going to love his work.
How long have you been taking photos for?
10 years professionally
Where are you based?
I live in Surrey and shoot weddings all over the country. Last year many of my clients were in London and I shot some weddings in France and Switzerland. In previous years I have shot weddings in the USA, Italy and Scandinavia too
How far will you travel for a wedding?
Wherever my clients are getting married I will be there for them!
How would you describe your style?
The fundamental part of my style is based in photojournalism. By that I mean that I am really focused on capturing emotional moments between people. That said, I really enjoy crafting atmospheric portraits of my clients using off camera flash and ambient light and, in recent years, I have developed this to evening and night time portraits too. The light can be really spectacular in the evening and it’s a shame not to take advantage of that sometimes.
What is your favourite technical piece of kit?
I love my Canon 1Dx bodies … they are the best bits of kit that Canon makes and allow me to get some of the best shots in the most challenging lighting conditions possible.
What makes you different to your competitors?
Truthfully, anyone with enough money could go and buy all the gear that I have in my bag. What make me different are the year of experience I have shooting weddings and the fact that I am as passionate now as I have ever been about what I do. I am always pushing the boundaries of what I know.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
Getting the amazing reactions from my clients when they see the body of work I have put together for them after the wedding. I receive many, many complimentary emails and messages each year.
What sort of couple do you think you attract?
My clients are fun. Always. The weddings are mostly larger weddings and the parties in the evening are always in full swing.
What Celebrity wedding would you like to photograph?
I shot Paddy McGuiness’ wedding and that was hilarious. The best man was Peter Kay and Keith Lemon was there to name just a few. Aside from a hysterical best man’s speech the party in the evening was a riot!
Who is your favourite photographer and why?
Henri Cartier-Bresson. He taught me the importance of what he called ‘The Decisive Moment’. I call that ‘The Emotional Moment’ in terms of wedding photography.
Can you give me more information on your pricing structure
I take each client as an individual and, as such, I do not have rigid pricing packages. There is a fee to hire me for the day to shoot the wedding and from there I work with each client to understand their individual requirements. We may need to add more photographers; the client may need an album or albums. It all depends on the indiviual. Either way there are no limitations on time for coverage and each client gets high resolution copies of all the final, polished files.
What is your favourite Photograph you have taken?
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