Wedding Photographers in Andover
Alaina has been taking photos all her life but went professional in 1994. Generally Alaina takes the photos of the bride getting ready while Marty takes the photos of the groom and his party, ie golf, etc. But most importantly we listen to you and remember that it is your day! We take formal and informal photographs but ensure that you get the photographs you will want to treasure for generations to come but are still able to enjoy your day. Our photographs tell the story of your wedding day
Each wedding is unique; all are different in their own way which allows Diane to express her creativity creating lovely memories to be cherished for many years after. Get a lovely combination of unobtrusive reportage coverage, fun group pictures, candid moments and portraits of the wedding couple.
PDMS Photography will ensure that your special day is recorded to our highest standard, meeting your every expectation and to be forever cherished. A free consultation to discuss in advance, your requirements and any special requests. All photographs are digitally processed, supplied to you as hi-res images on disc (no watermark) allowing you to print your own photographs. Alternatively, we can provide you with prints to any size or albums to complete your special day as a separate package.
We take both formal and informal wedding photographs and adopt the classic approach to photographing weddings and it all starts from meeting with couples to discuss their requests through to handing over their wedding photo book. I always consider it a privilege to be able to capture beautiful images of the couple’s wedding day.
Wedding photography that keeps it natural, with all the amazing, small, love-filled, hilarious moments of your wedding day captured, just as they happened. I take photos full of emotions and fun, and my approach allows you to relax, be yourself, and enjoy your day to the fullest.
Libra Photographics started in 1999 when Nathan Eames, photography graduate, was asked to photograph a family wedding of 300 people. He quickly realised that he had an affinity with people in front of the lens and a wedding was a place with a lot of atmosphere ready for the most emotive images to be captured. Starting before the age the digital camera has given the edge to Nathans photography as he knows what he has taken before seeing it on the back of the camera, useful skill under pressure