Documentary and reportage wedding photographer London

Hi, I am a wedding storyteller.

Hello. I am Patryk, a London Wedding Photographer. It is great to see you here! Thank you for stopping by to have a look at my work. Wedding photography is my full-time profession. I photograph mostly in London, but also in Berkshire, Hampshire, and surrounding areas. I am happy to travel across all UK and also abroad. It is a huge privilege to work as a wedding photographer and accompanied couples in the most important day in life, to document and to be a witness all of the beautiful moments. My aim is to be in all the right places at all the right moments and capture real and timeless photographs which tell a beautiful story of your wedding day. I seek to document wedding quietly and discreetly.

I love documenting life with my camera. Being a wedding photographer does not mean that I photograph only weddings. I think I can call myself a people photographer. Very often I document baptism’s, birthday parties or important events in people’s life. I am also happy to create beautiful engagement photos for couples or to take a portrait and fashion shoots. So if you are looking for a London Wedding Photographer please get in touch through contact section.

Capturing The Moments by Documentary Wedding Photographer

You may notice that my style of wedding photography is very natural and relaxed. I am observing not orchestrating your wedding day. And I am there to tell the story of your wedding day by capturing prefect and timeless moments. So you relax and enjoy the day, and leave the photography with me. This style of photography is often referred to as documentary wedding photography or reportage wedding photography. But it all means the same thing; no posing, no bossing around or directing. But rather unintrusive, hands off, friendly approach so you may not even notice me much on the day.

London Wedding photography, reportage photos

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