Are you (or someone you know) getting married…? Need a photographer?

Getting the right photographer for your special day can be a challenge.  You need to think about style, personality and appearance.

Shooting wedding for the last 3 years has definitely taught me a lot about ensuring this aspect of a wedding runs smoothly and achieve everything the happy couple requests – group photos, key family members, reportage/candids, cake, dance, etc…  From bridal preparation to the first dance, I’m pleased to say I’ve captured some beautiful moments and so too has my good friend Fredi, my shooting partner.

Here are some of our highlights, you can see more via our website, Aroha Photography UK or get in touch now

 

A New Year’s Eve Wedding

This was definitely a first, photography an apartment wedding on New Year’s Eve…

Here’s a sneak peek… Beautiful!

 

7 Tips: Getting the right photographer

It is hump day! Happy Wednesday everyone!

Today, we have got a little gift, a 7 Tips Infographic, for you that will help ensure you have the right person for your next event. Also, we’ve done a slight refresh of content on our homepage so please do take a look in your next moment…

… Getting a photographer can be a great way of adding an interactive element as well as capturing moments that tell the story of your event. However, getting it wrong can be detrimental to you, your delegate experience and your client’s ROI.

To help you avoid making these mistakes, we are have put together and are giving you this free 7 tip infographic.

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We hope this helps and wish you all the best with your events. Please leave a comment.

Yours gratefully,

Darren

A Wedding in Jamaica…

Nothing makes me happier than photographing weddings.  They’re hard work but having the opportunity to be apart of so many happy occasions is a blessing…  But wait.  When you add to that the fact that you’re in Jamaica and then add that it for two amazing friends… The happiness goes through the roof!!

Congrats Em & Tom xx