Wedding photography portfolio by Surrey Wedding Photographer Jonathan - scroll along these images to see more
A winter wedding at the Chelsea Registry, Kings Road, London. followed by the reception at the Bluebird Kings Road London. Just a small selection of photographs taken.
Chris and Catherines wedding images in a bespoke slide show
Hello and many thanks for clicking here and finding out about my wedding photography.
I'm a wedding photographer that LOVES wedding photography !
Here I explain how I work as a wedding photographer and what you will get from me, and a few handy tips to find a wedding photographer.
I'm Jonathan Tennant a wedding and portrait photographer based in Chertsey in Surrey and my wedding photography and portrait photography has taken me all over London, Surrey and the Uk.
After you contact me with an enquiry about your wedding photography, I would arrange a free no obligation consultation. This could coincide with an engagement portrait photography shoot if you would like. It gives you the opportunity to see how I work as a photographer , and learn some relaxed poses. We talk about what you want from me as a wedding photographer, I'm also here to help you and suggest any group shots you may want and any special photographs you would like. We talk about the fabulous venue and the timing of your wedding.
The consultation could be also be held at your wedding venue and we could talk about some ideas for photographs.
If you decide you would like me to photograph your wedding day I ask for a deposit to book my day. It's then down to you to let me know what photographs you would like, the time and location of the wedding.
On the day of the wedding, I would dress like a guess, and would usually turn up before the bride is having her make up done. This is a great time to get some informal photographs. I would photograph the bridal preparation and details of the venue . I would then photograph guests arriving.
My wedding photography coverage is for the entire day and covers formal and informal, candid shots. I like to think people reguard me as a guest and not 'one of those wedding photographers ' . I would usually end my coverage at the first dance.
It's then I edit the 1,000 or so images taken through out the day to a more manageable 300. These will be edited, 'photoshopped' and some converted to black and white. This usually takes a day or so then once done I put them up on a private gallery on my website where you and your guests can view them .
I'd love to hear about your wedding plans, it'll be such as magical, and I would love to photograph your special wedding day.