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Andrew Potter Photography I fell madly in love with photography whilst I was travelling in Australia, Canada and South Africa nearly 10 years ago. After continuously being told that I had "the eye", I knuckled down and studied hard. Finally, six years ago I gave in to friends and family and I decided to make my passion a career. Since then I have not looked back.

I shot my first wedding in at the Hilton Hotel in Bournemouth back in 2009, and since then I have had the absolute honour of photographing many weddings around Dorset and Hampshire, and each one has been very special to me.If you don't feel what you're looking at, then you're never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and it could potentially be one of the most stressful too. My aim is to take away some of the worries from your special day. Clear planning preparation for the day can help eliminate some of that stress by making our service as smooth as possible.

read more › If you want to really capture the true atmosphere of your big day and have something to keep forever that you will both treasure for the rest of your lives then video is for you. With our beautiful, non-intrusive wedding films we produce stunning cinematic video that will record every detail. From candid moments to those all important vows, we will bring you every part with crystal clear video and sound. What we offer is unique in Dorset. We edit all the footage together in a way that will reflect the energy and tone of your wedding to last forever.

read more › I am sure we have all attended a wedding where the photographer has kept us waiting whilst he fussed, pushed and pulled his way through the group shots. What happens.? Guests become agitated and then the fake smiles arrive. I have learned from this negative experience and vowed never to become that photographer. Weddings are such happy days, full of natural laughter, smiles and happy moments it is my job to capture these as they happen. How do I achieve this? I try to blend into your wedding party often using a telephoto lens some distance from the action to make sure I stay unnoticed.

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