BPhoto, Photography by Barbara

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Barbara Pearce member of the BIPP, SWPP & SISEP has a relaxed & friendly approach specialising in stylish modern photography.
Pricing & Costs

Prices start at

£500
Details

Photography Style

Reportage / Documentary
Modern
Traditional / Classic

Products and Services

Bridal Prep Shots
Back-Up Equipment
Online Proofing
Photo Printing
Physical Shop / Studio
Flexible Hours on the Day
Last-Minute Orders
Stay Through Speeches
Stay Through Dancing
Large Group Shots
Online Shop
Thank You Cards / Photo Stationery
Second Shooter Available
Photo Booth Available
Wedding Albums
Personal Online Gallery
Pre-Wedding Venue Visit
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Images on USB
Full Description
Congratulations you are getting Married! Finding the perfect wedding photographer is a daunting task, to make it a little easier for you I offer all engaged couples a free consultation at my west London studio. This allows us the chance to sit down and get to know each other, you can browse through my various wedding albums and products while we discuss different styles of photography suited to your special day. You can also have a sneaky peek behind the scenes of the studio. All of my packages include all images on a keepsake memory stick and a private online Gallery. Prices start from £500.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Barbara
Congratulations on your engagement and Thank you for your enquiry.

Experience

Year Business Was Established
2006
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
Public Liability Insurance
true
No. of People In Team
3
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Location & Contact Details

Address

London - West, Greater London, England

Travel Notes

Free parking.

Nearest Town

Hanwell

Nearest Motorway & Junction

A40

Nearest Train Station

Castle Bar Park

Nearest Airport

Heathrow

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Press & Awards
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Accreditations / Associations (3)

SISEP
BIPP
SWPP
FAQ
(7)

What is your most memorable wedding?

One wedding at Pembroke Lodge Richmond park was extremely windy and guest were losing hats and hair was everywhere. After the group shot I suggest to the couple we should use the wind to our advantage and I created an amazing image of the bride wrapped in the grooms arms with her veil flowing behind her and into the scenery. You can never depend on the weather so make the most of what is available.

What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?

one Bride hand made all of her confetti boxes for her guests. The were lovely!

Describe your typical process with a couple.

After an initial phone call or email enquiry if the date is available we have a Wedding consultation, a chance to have a chat about photography styles and preferences while taking down all the details of the day. I then create photography Itinerary and pinterest board for the couple to add any images ideas during the run up to the wedding. Pre wedding photo shoot, A lot of couples like to take advantage of my free pre wedding shoot to feel comfortable on the day and also create signing boards/books for their reception or personalised gifts for family and special friends. All images from the day will be available to view online four weeks after the wedding date. A personalised memory stick usb of images and sample album will be given to the couple. If required extra edits to images are made and final album ordered. Album turnover time is usually 5-6 weeks once finalised.

What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?

Just the two of you. This sounds like an obvious answer but sometimes the day takes over. Even if your style is a relaxed journalistic, it is good to spend even 5 minutes to take some images and be alone as a couple to take in the day.

What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?

I was once asked to take a photo of the groom resting his foot on an old wooden toilet in the couples room at the Great Fosters Hotel. I believe it was a feature from when the hunting lodge was build in 1550.

What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?

Wellies! You should not shy away from the rain instead create a memory. Amazing shots can be captured in the evening rain.

Describe how you got into photography.

My journey like a lot of photographers started with photography being a hobby as a child. I studied Art/Photography at GCSE and Alevel and then I moved towards studying travel and tourism at Plymouth university but my passion was always in photography. so later while I was pregnant with my first son I took up a night course at Thames Valley University to boost my skills in film and digital. In 2006 with support from the Princes Trust I set up my own business. Which has evolved over the years into what is Bphoto today.

Bridebook Benefits

Bridebook Discount10%
Bridebook Giftcomplimentary pre wedding shoot plus 10x8 print