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Andy Withey Photography


‘19 Certificate of Excellence

I'm a documentary wedding photographer, based in Leeds, and working throughout the UK. Being a documentary wedding photographer means I photograph weddings in unobtrusive and observational way. I slip into the background and most of the time, people aren't really aware of me. This means I won't take over your day and you are free to enjoy the day with your family and friends.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love seeing people enjoy themselves. Weddings are often a time for people who may live in different parts of the country (or world) to come back for a day or two and celebrate the biggest day of their lives. It's a huge privilege to be involved in that!

What inspired you to start your own business?

I’ve always loved natural and candid photography. It's the way I always photographed my own family life and the way I photograph the world around me (i do a lot of street photography as well). These skills translate really well into wedding photography and the huge plus with weddings, is that you have a full range of emotions in one small day, and I love being able to capture that.

Why should our clients choose you?

I’m an experienced documentary wedding photographer who isn't going to take over your day spend lots of time making you do awkward poses.

I recently won a Bark certificate of excellence and have had some lovely reviews on Google and Facebook. I've also been told I'm a nice guy to have around on a wedding day. :)

Oh, and if it helps you decide (I don't think it will), when I was six years old I auditioned several times to be the 'Hovis boy.' I got to final audition...and...you'll have to email me, and I'll let you know if I made it! :)

In all seriousness, images speak for themselves so take a look and see what you think. https://andywitheyphotography.co.uk/portfolio/

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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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