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Martin Bartnicki Photography


Portrait, Wedding, Elopement and Lifestyle photographer based in Exeter but covering all South West and more... About Martin Bartnicki Exeter, South West Devon Wedding, Elopement and Portrait Photographer Hello and thanks for taking the time to look at my work. My name is Martin and I’m a photographer as well as a musician and a business owner. I live in the beautiful town of Exeter in the picturesque Devon from which you can reach Cornwall by bike. Photography has been my passion since I remember. I have always been artistically inclined. I played the keyboard, the guitar, I sang, and loved to observe people and their behaviour. I wanted to somehow immortalize these occurrences, and I have always been drawn towards painting, unfortunately God had another plan and was not kind enough to gift me with this particular talent. Yet I wanted to follow my inner calling and I grabbed my first camera. A modest Kodak at first, then a Fuji, and finally Canon, the brand I am with till today. Looking for my own path as a photographer I found wedding photography then portrait and boudoir which allows me to fulfil my passion fully. Some say that in order to be a good wedding photographer you need to master all techniques and subjects, as on a wedding day all genres of photography become intertwined; portret (Bride, Groom), boudoir (Bride), familie (guests), architerure (reception), landscape (location), mackro (rings), product (flowers, shoes), reportage (wedding day), clugging (first dance). We need to master all of those to cover your perfect day in the perfect way. “Martin”

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What do you love most about your job?

All good moments, wedding, engagement, elopement, portraits the best time of your life and I can be there to capture these moments for you forever.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I just can't work for someone else dream. I have few businesses but photography I a real passion for me.

Why should our clients choose you?

Once upon a time . . . Long, long time ago . . . when dinosaurs were still here and I when I was starting my photography adventure...
I couldn't decide which areas of photography shall I go into.
In other words, I was like every beginner photographer walking with my camera everywhere and taking pictures of everything and I mean everything.

One day I was asked to go to Poland for a wedding (just as a plus one guest)
I didn’t really want to go so they tricked me… They said this could be a very good chance for me to take pictures at the wedding and see if I would like wedding photography.
The wedding couple had a photographer booked already so they just ask the main photographer if he is ok with me walking behind him all day and, surprisedly he said yes.

I went there and did the best I would. I wasn’t confident about my skills and what I was doing there, where shall I stand and when.

I was scared like before a bungee jump, but on the other side, I was pumped being there, seeing everything from backstage.

The pictures were ready some time after the wedding, I was so proud of my work
( now I think the pictures were a disaster, but I had no pressure as I wasn’t an official photographer then).
I prepared DVD with a printed logo on it, packed it in a nice printed box and sent it to the couple.

They contacted me a few days later saying how wonderful the pictures were and I heard from other people that they showed everyone my pictures rather than the ones from the official photographer.

This made me think that this might be something that I could actually be good at.
( I know, right? )
Over time my skills increased, I learnt how to use my gear properly and I even started teaching photography. Shall I mention I became a full-time wedding and portrait photographer also a destination wedding photographer as I was regularly shooting weddings in the UK, Greece and Poland?

I still love shooting weddings, I believe that apart from the wedding couple, the photographer is the most important person at your wedding.

Big headed? I don't think so. Let me explain...

If you hire a wedding photographer to tell the story of your big day, you hire me for the whole day.
Now, let me ask you something. Who will be with you the whole day, since the morning till the first dance or event a bit later?

You are meeting your groom/bride at the church or registry office. Your parents are there in the morning but then they need to prepare themselves. Your bridesmaids need your hair and makeup done the same as you do. Your best man needs to drink not to tie your tie.

A good photographer will help you with all of these things. It's not like this is what photographers are hired for but I'm the person who has been at so many weddings that I can tell from my experience at which side the bride needs to be, which finger is for the wedding ring or even when is a good time for a speech and a cake.

All wedding photographers do it for you, don't they? :)

Oh, did I mention that I will also take the pictures to memorise the moments for you forever as this is what I'm actually really good at?

See you on the biggest day of your life.

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Every couple wants their wedding day to be the best day of their life. The job of a wedding photographer is to capture the memories and the emotions of your wedding day, so that you never forget it. Future generations will be able to look back on your wedding photos as a defining moment in history and feel the emotions of your day.

Although there is no requirement to have two photographers for your wedding, it allows more moments to be captured. For example, one photographer can be with the bride whilst she is getting ready whilst the other captures the arrival of the groom and the preparations for the ceremony. Having two photographers means that you’ll get shots that wouldn’t have been possible otherwise, and capture more memories of your special day.

The number of hours of wedding photography that you need depends on how much of your day you want to document, as well as the timing of your day. Most couples choose for the photographer to arrive an hour before the ceremony to capture the final preparations, and then stay until the end of the first dance. 6 to 8 hours of coverage is usually plenty for small to medium sized weddings.



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