I did it! David Pul­lum

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Wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phy can be one of the most ful­fill­ing types of pho­tog­ra­phy to do, but it’s far from the eas­i­est. One of the UK’s lead­ing wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phers, David Pul­lum, shares his se­crets to making a suc­cess of it. “My top tip for any wed­ding pho­tog­ra­pher would al­ways be “get to know your client”. Ul­ti­mately wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phers are pho­tograph­ing peo­ple, and it’s im­pos­si­ble to pho­to­graph peo­ple and re­flect their per­son­al­i­ties if you don’t know them. I see far too many soul­less wed­ding pho­to­graphs, when what I want to see is that the pho­tog­ra­pher has gone out of their way to pho­to­graph the spirit of the couple, their fam­ily and friends.

It should be ev­ery wed­ding pho­tog­ra­pher’s aim to achieve im­ages that make the viewer feel like they were at the wed­ding and not just ob­serv­ing it af­ter­wards. Try to be part of the wed­ding – af­ter all you have been in­vited.” David Pul­lum of­fers both one-to-one and group pho­tog­ra­phy train­ing. For more in­for­ma­tion visit


Good wed­ding pic­tures should have a per­sonal touch – they should re­flect the couple’s per­son­al­i­ties as well as your own, unique pho­to­graphic style

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