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Emmylou Kelly (formerly Emmy Shoots), creates sublime digital and analogue wedding photography. Emmylou is based in Manchester but travels worldwide to photographer beautiful weddings.

Emmy studied a B.A in Fine Art and Film in which she fell in love with analogue techniques. As a lover of light and movement, she thrives off capturing the raw natural beauty and true emotions of a wedding day. She combines editorial, documentary and fine art aesthetics to produce a premium wedding gallery cherished by her couples for years to come.

Analogue Wedding Photography

Emmylou’s passion for film photography and the way she manipulates natural light has seen her style evolve in both digital and analogue, often mixing both to achieve a complete wedding gallery. Her love for film is clear in her work; the unfathomable, indescribable quality it has, the unique way it makes you feel, the emotions it evokes and the memories it can ignite.

Emmylou’s work is sought after on a worldwide basis and has featured in Vogue and Together Journal.

She loves nothing more than travelling the world shooting your love stories.

Each moment she documents is a standout piece of art moulded around each individual couple she works with in such a beautiful and elegant way. This is something you simply cannot teach, she just has gift.

Emmylou is the most extraordinary photographer. She captures raw, beautiful images which show real beauty in its natural form and that's what made us fall in love with her work!

Thanks so much - you were so lovely to have around. Very discreet but professional in capturing as much of the special day as you could. We had a magnificent day, suffice to say you were marvellous.

Her talent is raw meets ethereal, with an emphasis on natural light. No soft glow or uncomfortable staging.

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