Dotty Magazine Issue Five - Page 32

PHOTOGRAPHY BEAUTIFUL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Whenever you feel a little bit of wedding nostalgia creeping in, and you sit down with a cuppa to look over your big day photos, you want to be safe in the knowledge that the images will take your breath away – every, single, time. Selecting the right wedding photographer for you, as a couple, is essential. There are many different photographic styles available, and some may appeal to you more than others. At Dotty HQ, we adore nothing more than a relaxed, reportage style of photography, where the images feel natural and unobtrusive. Tim Hill Photography can offer just that. If the little wedding details really matter to you, then husband and wife team, Helen and Tim, could be the perfect choice. Helen explains, “We’ll be there to record all those accents and details you’ve spent hours and hours perfecting – the beautiful detail on your dress, your shoes (we LOVE shoes!), your stunning flowers, table decorations, and that much thought about stationery... the things you’ll always want to remember.” Based in Northampton, Tim Hill Photography have a true passion for their work, and always look to build quality relationships with their wedding clients. It is clear from their approach that every client is just as important as the last. Top Tips for Spot On Snaps A Pre Wedding Shoot: Meeting your photographer for a pre-wedding shoot will allow you to start developing a more natural relationship with one another. It also means that your photographer can identify the best locations at your venue for truly amazing photos. Your Schedule: It is incredibly important to work alongside your photographer to ensure they know when all of the key moments will be taking place. If you would like a gorgeous selection of couple-only shots, you have to make time for them - allow a minimum of thirty, uninterrupted minutes if your schedule will allow it. The Golden Hour: If you are planning a couple shoot within your wedding schedule, then we can’t recommend the Golden Hour highly enough. It’s that gorgeous time shortly before and after sunset, when the daylight becomes soft and truly beautiful. Consider this when booking your wedding date. 32 Issue 5