Blogging Wedding Photography

Blogs as a wedding photographer from wedding commissions around Teesside.

Wedding Photography

 in

North East England.

by

Chris J Parker

  • Chris Parker

A loving kiss photographed as the wedding couple leave the church after saying their wedding vowels. You can tell they really truly love each other. Natural and real Wedding Photography by a passionate photographer who understands what real love is.


  • Chris Parker

“Great shot! What camera was that?"


It's not down to the camera you use.



I am sure you’ve heard this before, but contrary to popular belief, the camera doesn’t make the image. YOU do. You don’t need to upgrade your equipment just to run with the big dogs, and top-of-the-line gear isn’t carte blanche to the photographer’s Hall of Fame. So be proud to carry your favorite camera into the field. As long as you know what all the buttons do and have a grasp of fundamental principles, you’ve got everything you need to take an awesome photo—like the above shot, taken with a Canon M3, fixed 22mm lens, point-and-shoot.


Here are a few more I did.




This shot is with the official photographer taking a posed photo of the wedding couple.


Natural candid wedding photography by Chris J Parker, wedding photography in Teesside.



  • Chris Parker

The bride lies on the lawn next to the pageboy at a relaxing wedding reception in Durham. Relaxing natural weddings are great to photograph when the bride is open to fun ideas from the wedding photographer. You also capture different looking photos of the wedding day.


Bride and her son lying on the lawn at the wedding reception.