Paul Joseph Photography

“We couldn't adore Paul Joseph's photography more. His work is of such high quality - clean, crisp, beautiful natural colours and light. We're all huge fans at Love My Dress.”

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HI I’M PAUL
I used to drive chickens – true story.
Now I drive a Canon it completes me.
When I was a kid my parents had boxes of snappy snaps but I never picked up a camera until I got hitched to that gorgeous girl of mine Kelly.
Since then, I’ve become addicted. I love beautiful bokeh, cool backdrops and big fat lenses. I am a geek when it comes to photography gear.
Thankfully I try not to talk about it too much in case I scare people.
I started out shooting my cute little munchkin Fearne and moved on to other moving objects and here I am, a hop skip and a jump away shooting beautiful weddings for rocking clients.
I love my job almost as much as I love my camera (which is a lot I guess).
I like shooting in a fun, fresh and funky kinda non traditional way
This is where my heart lays.
Bring it on.

HI I’M KELLY
I like to talk… Like a lot!!
I’m a sociable kinda girl.
I fell into photography by accident… and then I fell in love with it.
I like how it feels to know I’m capturing something amazing.
I love how it feels knowing that every single frame could be the one that our brides and grooms hang on their wall for the rest of their lives.
I love sharing that one most important day with two people who just have eyes for one another.
For me, it’s the little things that count. Whether it’s a pair of fantastic shoes, your grandma’s veil or just your hand in his… I want to share the emotions and capture them for posterity.
Every little girl grows up wanting their dream wedding… I get to relive weddings every weekend… even though I’m not the one in the drop dead gorgeous frock.
And more than anything, I like to share.. Share with you the happiness, the tears and even the shopping.
I’m pretty good on the dance floor too!

You don’t want the people shooting your wedding to be drawing attention to themselves the whole time. In the same breath you do want them to be able to blend in with the crowd so that they can get in and amongst the action to tell the story of your day. This is where we stand out from the crowd! Whether it’s the intimacy of the wedding ceremony or the crowd surfing on the dancefloor, we have the ability to capture all the action as it happens.

We document the story as it unfolds in front of us, yet we are relaxed enough with everyone to be allowed to get into the story. Basically, we’re just like guests who take awesome pictures.

We don’t believe in turning up just before you walk down the aisle and leaving after the first dance. We start two hours before the ceremony, to capture all the buzz of the build up to the day, and continue right the way through the evening until your crazy uncle is showing the young ‘uns how to strut their funky stuff on the dancefloor. We also love to throw a shape or two on the dancefloor too so don’t be surprised if we are jiving with your Aunt at some point along the way.

Most wedding photographers work alone or hire in a second photographer as and when required but that’s not for us and we wouldn’t have it any other way! You get both of us, all day. You’ll be working with a husband and wife team who know exactly how important a wedding day is and how much you’ll treasure the photographs.
This means both bride and groom prep can be covered fully. We can also cover two angles during the ceremony, canapés and even during your portrait session meaning more of your
wedding story is told in the final photographs.

So that’s more about Paul and I. We are wedding Photographers from Yorkshire but travel all over the UK and beyond for our couples. We love an adventure!

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