Wedding Photographers in the Uk

The UK is home to many talented wedding Photographers, ranging from budget to luxury. Read moreWhether you are looking for a wedding photographer in the UK that offers repotage style or simply arrives to take a few snaps after the ceremony, you will be pleased to know there is something for everyone available here.
Cherished Memories Wedding Films
Swansea, Swansea
50+ Weddings Shot
Cherished Memories Wedding Films is a multi-award winning cinematography company that specialises in creating exciting, emotional and memorable cinematic films.
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  • From £999
His and Her Story
Portsmouth, Hampshire
We’re a dedicated team of Photographers and Videographers based in Portsmouth with over a combined 20 years of experience of photography inspired by people’s lives and experiences.
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  • Moderate (££)
Jefferson Studios
Bristol, Bristol
Jefferson Studios are professional photographers who have their own unique style combining traditional and documentary forms of photography, enabling them to capture every detail of your day.
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  • From £600
ADS Photography
Sutton, Greater London
I am a professional, friendly, creative and imaginative wedding photographer based in Surrey.
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  • From £550
Charlie Blewett Weddings
Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire
10-30 Weddings Shot
I am a wedding photographer living in South Buckinghamshire who has been capturing couples' special days for many years.
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  • From £1,600
Strad Photography
Newmilns, East Ayrshire
Strad Photography specialises in providing a fun and stylish wedding photography. We seek to ensure that every important moment is documented utilising the special signature style.
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  • From £750
brett harkness
Bury, Greater Manchester, Greater Manchester
50+ Weddings Shot
UK based professional photographers with many years of experience shooting weddings.
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  • P.O.A
Paul Gregory Photography
Newtown, Powys
50+ Weddings Shot
''We try to grab special moments of our lives as they speed past us. Photographs freeze those moments and help us remember how we were''
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  • From £450
Dunmow, Essex
Friendly and professional wedding photographer, available to capture the special day of your life with great photos to look back on in the years to come.
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  • From £775
Photos 2 Prints
Haverhill, Suffolk
Richard Murray Photography offer you peace of mind services for your wedding day with no hidden extras and there is no limit on the number of photos.
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  • From £250
william campbell photography
Stafford, Staffordshire
30-50 Weddings Shot
Documentary Storytelling Photography, capturing all the moments of your wedding in a natural and relaxed way.
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  • From £1,095
Rustington, West Sussex
50+ Weddings Shot
Husband and Wife // Keeping it fun and chilled
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  • From £1,850
DR Wedding Photography
Potters Bar, Hertfordshire
London wedding photographer, capturing the details of each wedding with sensitivity, intuition and experience,
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  • From £1,000
Holly Marsh
Bournemouth, Dorset
50+ Weddings Shot
Holly Marsh Photography aims to make you feel comfortable on one of the most special days of your life.
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  • From £600
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How far in advance should I book my UK wedding photographer?

It's a good idea to book your UK wedding photographer as far in advance as possible to ensure that you can secure your preferred photographer and date. Many photographers book up months or even years in advance, especially during peak wedding season (May to September). As a general rule, you should aim to book your photographer at least 6 to 12 months before your wedding date.

How many wedding photographers are likely to photograph my wedding in the UK?

Typically, a single photographer will be sufficient to capture your wedding day in the UK. However, some photographers offer the option to add a second shooter to provide additional coverage or to capture different perspectives throughout the day. If you're interested in having a second shooter, it's worth discussing this with your photographer to see if it's something they offer and what the additional cost would be.

Should I have an engagement shoot with my wedding photographer in the UK?

An engagement shoot can be a great way to get comfortable in front of the camera and to build rapport with your photographer. If you're considering having one, it's worth discussing the idea with your wedding photographer to see if they offer this service and what the cost would be. Ultimately, whether or not you have an engagement shoot is a personal decision that depends on your preferences and budget.

What should I budget for a wedding photographer in UK?

The cost of a wedding photographer in the UK can vary widely depending on factors such as their level of experience, the length of time you need them for, and the specific services they offer. As a rough guide, you can expect to pay anywhere from £1,000 to £3,000 for a professional wedding photographer in the UK. It's worth setting a budget early on in your wedding planning process so that you can begin to research photographers within your price range.

Will my wedding photographer in the UK offer me the chance to do a 'first look' shoot on the morning of the wedding?

Whether or not your wedding photographer in the UK offers a 'first look' shoot will depend on their individual style and preferences. Some photographers love to capture these intimate moments, while others prefer to focus on the ceremony and reception. If you're interested in having a 'first look' shoot, it's worth discussing the idea with your photographer to see if it's something they offer and what the logistics would be.

Will my wedding photographer in the UK be able to work alongside by wedding coordinator?

Most wedding photographers in the UK are used to working alongside wedding coordinators and other vendors to ensure that the day runs smoothly. However, it's always a good idea to communicate with your photographer and wedding coordinator to ensure that they are on the same page about your wedding timeline and any specific shots or moments that you want captured.