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Incredible wedding photography for Liverpool, Wirral and Cheshire, from the least bossy, most friendly wedding photographer you're going to meet. Here's my latest blog posts, featuring the most recent weddings I've photographed in Liverpool, Wirral and Cheshire. I loved shooting every single one. Take a look!.
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read more › I'm Dan - I live in Liverpool (best city in the country) with my wife (best woman in the world), my three children (best kids I know) and a black labrador (best excuse for a dog you're ever going to meet). I've been here for nearly 20 years, having started my life in the south of this wonderful country. Frankly, there's nowhere else I'd rather be living! Naturally, I love all things photographic, but particularly people. We're all wonderful things and nothing delights me more than spending a day in the company of new friends, camera in hand, taking photos of a couple starting their married life together.

read more › These images are from what I consider to be the weddings in Liverpool, Wirral and Cheshire that best showcase my style and abilities. My photographs capture every aspect of the special day you've put such thought into planning. True love, family fun, stunning scenery, amazing architecture, delightful detail; it's all there. Naturally, I took considerably more images than the few available under the couple's names above. However, I know that spending hours trawling through many photographers' websites can leave you feeling a little "wedding-photo-fatigued" so I prefer to whet your appetite here and then show you complete wedding albums when you come for consultation.

read more › Cathy and Martin are two of the loveliest people I've met on my wedding photography adventure. They're very good friends of Heather & Dileep too - (you can see their photos here) and they recommended me to Cathy. This is always my favourite way to get new business - firstly, because it confirms that a couple love their wedding photos enough to tell someone else to use me and secondly, it's much cheaper than other forms of advertising! Following a meeting at Church Farm, in which I basically fell in love with the place, Cathy told me that growing up, she'd been next door neighbour to Heather and that both Heather and Dileep were going to be guests.

read more › Home > Welcome to a gallery of my finest wedding photography in Liverpool and the North West > Photography > Wedding > Anyone for cricket? I was delighted when Hazel and Jim asked me to photograph their wedding in July of this year and even more so when I met with them at Cheshire's beautiful Willington Hall Hotel. Situated at the top of a hill, the views are panoramic and simply stunning. The day dawned bright and clear with temperatures climbing relentlessly as the hours passed. As someone who is, shall we say, follically challenged myself, I always ensure that I've applied plenty of sun screen before leaving for a summer rural wedding, but something told me I should pack the bottle in my camera bag for this one.

read more › The summer of 2018 will probably go down in history as the one which started well, with lots of us saying, "Oooh, I hope this hot weather carries on for a bit, " but ended with just about all of us saying, "OK, this hot weather can just jog on right now." Indeed, it was quite comical to watch guests at Heather & Dileep's wedding dragging the hotel's patio tables into the shade, rather than dragging them into the sunshine! At this amazing wedding however, the heat was somewhat diminished by handmade ice cream, delivered the day before by car from Scotland!

read more › From the moment I met them, I knew this was going to be a fantastic wedding - they're two of the nicest and zaniest young folks I've come across in my career as a wedding photographer. But there's something else that made me so excited about shooting their wedding - the venue was Knowsley Hall. If you've spent any time on my website at all, you'll know that I'm just a little bit geeky about the place. When it comes to choosing a wedding venue, every box is ticked: Fabulous rooms: Check. Attentive professional staff: Check.

read more › Bizarrely, given the beautiful surroundings of Combermere Abbey, I was not looking forward to the shoot at all. In the back of my mind was the thought of rain. Lots and lots and lots of rain. All day. Without relent. Unsurprisingly, as I drove down to Combermere Abbey in Cheshire for the wedding of Stephanie and Fergus, he was correct. It was raining. It was raining whilst I photographed Stephanie's preparations. It was raining when we came outside to get in cars to make our way from the hotel to the Abbey.

read more › I love getting feedback from my wedding couples. There's nothing that warms the cockles of my heart more than a heartfelt paragraph of effusive praise from a happy customer. Trust me - these reviews are utterly genuine. Dan recently did our wedding photography at Peckforton Castle in October. What an absolute pleasure he was! Genuinely one of the nicest blokes I've met. He was well organised and he kept in touch the whole time. Me and my wife were clueless on what we wanted but he helped us every step of the way.

read more › This package comes with all described above and includes the delightful 'Ellesmere' photo album, hand-made in Wirral, England. You'll receive 40 pages, with lay-flat binding and a choice of over 20 different colour covers. Album size is 25cms x 30cms. You can choose from a number of different cover colours/materials or have your favourite image put on the cover. As Silver, but album is the beautiful Go-Book, handmade in Italy by the world-renowned Graphistudio. Album size is 25cms x 35cms. Go-Book comes with an amazing box with transparent lid.

read more › Social media allows us to see thousands of photos, 'Like' them, comment on them and instantly forget them. We move onto the next one, and the next one. I don't want the photos I take of your wedding day to be forgotten in this way, which is why I love wedding albums so much. Nothing compares to feeling the weight of a hand-made, leather-bound album in your hands. Turning the pages to see the photos artistically and creatively arranged, telling the story of the day. Hearing the gasps of wonder from family and friends at seeing how beautiful your wedding was.

read more › Now, you may have noticed recently that the world has gone GDPR mad. I've kept my head on about this new legislation, but I do need to explain to you what it means for your interactions with me and this website. First, the data you enter into it is stored on the secure database that runs this website. I am the ONLY person with access to this database. Next, the email engine on this site passes your data onto me via an email, where it is stored in a second location - my office computer. It may also end up on my phone if I've checked my emails and picked up your enquiry there first.

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