Tia Campbell Photography

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A professional, happy, down to Earth photographer who adores working with in-love couples. I offer a balanced mix of documentary style and lifestyle photography.
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£300
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Photography Style

First Look Photographer
Classic
Modern
Documentary

Products and Services

Back-Up Equipment
Bridal Prep Shots
Wedding Albums
Full Description
Hi! I'm Tia, the lady behind the camera. I am a wedding photographer based in Bedfordshire but I am happy to travel to photograph YOU! My slogan is 'In love with your love' because I really am! I'm a hopeless romantic and love hearing about how all of my couples met and got together. My style is a blend of documentary style photography and lifestyle photography. There are set packages on my website, but I'm very flexible so if one package doesn't suit your needs we can create a new one together. Every wedding comes with a slideshow of the highlights of your day, to the music from your wedding. I have a first class BA (Hons) degree in photography although this isn't what's made me the type of photographer that I am. It taught me to be disciplined in the technical side of photography, how to edit professionally etc., but it's experience that has made me so confident in what I do. When you're photographing the posed group and couple shots at a wedding, everyone looks to you for direction and I'm happy to give you guidance to make you feel and look amazing. I pride myself on my ability to make any nervous couple feel relaxed. I know when to give you and your guests some space and photograph from a distance to get those beautiful documentary style photographs. One of my favourite parts of my job is when my couples come back to view their photographs in the slideshow I have created for them, and they're seeing all of the moments they missed on their day. Moments shared between their guests, the way their mum was looking at them when they said their vows, and their cheeky nieces and nephews boogying the night away. I'm rambling now... but it's only because this is my passion, and I really would love to photograph your wedding!

Experience

Year Business Was Established
2017
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 10 and 30
No. of People In Team
1
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Location & Contact Details

Address

Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England

Travel Notes

Nearest Town

Dunstable

Nearest Motorway & Junction

Nearest Train Station

Luton Leagrave railway station

Nearest Airport

Luton Airport

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Describe your typical process with a couple.

I'm more than happy to meet you before you book me so that you can get a feel for me and what I offer. If you've decided I'm the one (hooray!), you book me by putting down a 25% deposit and I send you a receipt via email. We meet for a pre wedding consultation around 3 months before the wedding so that I can take note of all the details for the day. I will also ask you to fill in a short form with information on who your wedding party are, I like to know everyone by name. I welcome you to give me a shot list, I will of course take all of the standard group portraits such as the bride with all of her bridesmaids, however sometimes couples have unique needs in wanting a specific picture, such as of the bride and all of her cousins. 24 hours after the wedding you will get a sneak peek of 3-5 images sent digitally. Approximately 3 weeks later you will receive a USB containing your professionally edited images along with a slideshow of the highlights of your day, to the music from your wedding.

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

One photo where you let all of your excitement show.

Describe how you got into photography.

I started my photography journey when I was 16. I planned to go to college and study fashion but my course was cancelled due to cut backs! Little did I know how great this would work out for me. It meant I stayed on at 6th form instead to do my A-Levels, my textiles teacher told me that fashion universities also looked for other creative skills on application forms. I can't draw, and I can only just about put together furniture from IKEA, so photography seemed like the best option. I started to enjoy photography much more than I ever thought I would. I still loved fashion, but the decider for me was when I did work experience in a photography studio when I was 17. The owner was so impressed with my attitude and skills that she offered me a permanent job - I was thrilled. I worked there for about a year and a half before I decided to get a degree and follow my own path.