Wedding photography Nuneaton Registry Office

through the lens of the best wedding photographer in Coventry and Nuneaton – MK Wedding Photography

  If you are looking for a wedding photographer in West Midlands, Warwickshire, Leicestershire Gloucestershire, or Shropshire, please visit our website WWW.MKWEDDINGPHOTOGRAPHY.COM check what we do and what value we can add you your wedding day – and then contact us. You can find us on Facebook and Instagram  

Wedding Photography at Nuneaton Registry Office

I live in the Nuneaton area but more often MK Wedding Photography takes photos at Coventry Registry Office than in Nuneaton Registry Office. That’s the shame. Nuneaton’s office is also a nice place for your wedding ceremony. Is also located in a large nice park and Anker river. So good wedding photographers will know how to use it to achieve the best photos in all lighting conditions.  

Natural wedding photos at Nuneaton Registry Office

Natural wedding photos are the keywords describing MK Wedding Photography’s style and approach to weddings. Natural doesn’t mean “randomly captured”- this is the KEY. I do not want to share details of how I create my unique wedding photo stories and why my wedding photo reportage is outstanding and so different from most of the local, Nuneaton Photographers.  My mentor from Masters Photographers Association told me one time; “you (all wedding photographers) are photographing the same things but yours is more like craft rather than a simple click).  

Lighting, timing, metering, framing, and more in wedding photography not only in Nuneaton but at all weddings.

Regarding the above paragraph, before I click, I have to look at many different things like lighting, timing, metering, framing, and more. All that gives me an idea of what I can have as a ready image. In different words, before I click the shutter button, I can imagine what the final version of the photo will look like. All MK Wedding Photos are edited. Sometimes it is a very little touch, a little reframing, adding a little bit of contrast but always something to meet my and Master Photographers Association’s high standards  

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