Liverpool Wedding Photography at West Tower.

      West Tower wedding photography by Liverpool wedding photographer Ian MacMichael. Sunny afternoon, clear blue sky, a lovely park and some beautiful portraits. Photographs like this are crafted. They are thought about and are executed with expertise and the minimum of fuss. I’m sure lots of people think that it’s easy to just take a couple out, shoot a few hundred frames and the magic will happen.
      Well, sorry, it won’t.
      The light, the amount of it, the quality of it and the direction of it are all important to making images. Helping the couple feel relaxed and natural in front of the camera is another vital ingredient. Building that trust relationship that allows us to go that little bit further to get that extra special shot. I’m not talking cheesy posing, but creating a trust that allows couples to be themselves without feeling awkward so we can document those little moments, that are fleeting, but so emotive.
      Photography is important to the couples we work with. Between us, we understand that making these great images takes some effort on behalf of us and them. I’m happy to say that our clients put that level of trust in us so we can make photographs, not merely take them.

       

      Have a look at another recent pre wedding shoot and a you can see some full weddings by visiting our galleries.

      Here are a few we made with Mark and Steph….enjoy! Excited for your day guys at West Tower very soon….

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