There are few things we're as passionate about here at Bridal Musings, as beautiful wedding photography.
As we've said many times before, choosing to document your day in photos or film, will ensure that all the time, thought, work, and money that went into your wedding day can be remembered and enjoyed by you and your family, long after you've eaten your wedding cake and hung up your dress.
Wedding photographer, David Morgan Photography, is someone who shares our enthusiasm for capturing candid moments, stolen glances, dreamy portraits, and beautiful details.
So, we're pretty excited to share his gorgeous work with you guys today (along with his best tips for choosing your wedding photographer!)
David, who is based in the UK, has been honing his skills as a wedding photographer for over a decade, capturing weddings both in Britain, and around the world, his work has taken him to the U.S., Italy, France and Scandinavia.
David's style varies from the artistic to the candid, telling the story of his couples' days through a combination of black and white and colour images, from the pre-wedding prep to dancing into the night.
David says he is acutely aware of the importance and significance behind a wedding. He loves nothing more than capturing the most emotional moments, and sharing the narrative of a couple's day.
Scroll down to take a look at David Morgan Photography's beautiful images, and read our chat with David about his job, his style, and what you should look for in a wedding photographer.
What makes great wedding photography?
There are many forms of photography and individual interpretation on what it should be (let alone skill sets).
Personally, I am there to tell a story; to capture the moments that make that story. These photographs should make the viewer stop and think.
What drives great wedding photography is passion about my work and that I love what I do.
How would you describe your style?
A balance of shooting real moment and flash lit portraits.
I like to work in the evenings as the light changes and also take advantage of the wedding venues' architecture too.
How did you get into wedding photography?
I did a fair amount of second shooting for a helpful photographer and then things got more serious when I was asked to shoot some of my friends’ weddings.
What do you love about your job?
Getting better as a photographer and being able to meet so many interesting people.
What are your top 5 tips for choosing a wedding photographer?
Firstly, you should fall in love with their style and see that consistently throughout their work.
The personality of the photographer is important too. Are they easy going and confident for example?
How experienced is the photographer? How many weddings have they shot? How long have they been a professional?
I would be interested in what other clients have said about them as well. A string of happy clients in the past is a good sign that clients in the future will be happy too.
Finally, are they within your budget?
Such stunning photographs. I love David's impromptu shots, but the portraits are just beautiful too.
Make Time Stand Still is the name of David's website, what a perfect way to describe exactly what wedding photography should do for a couple, capture a moment in time and save it forever!
Visit the David Morgan Photography's site, for more information on the photography, or to make an enquiry about his work.