Hey there beautiful! Are you in London? Near London? Getting wed in London? Then my lovely, I have something wonderful to share with you today. English Wedding is growing, and I count all of our lovely members as a part of the English Wedding team. We’re proud to showcase beautiful weddings, creative and exciting modern suppliers and true talents from all over the UK. Today I’d love for you to check out London wedding photographer Annelie Eddy Photography – her style is documentary, and her images are all about you and your family and friends – captured in Annelie’s uniquely gorgeous and captivating way.
Natural and authentic photography that doesn’t take you away from your wedding day.
I’m Annelie and I am a London-based documentary wedding photographer.
Photographing people is one of my favourite things in the world. This is especially true for weddings, where so much beauty, love, and emotions are packed into one day.
I love being there with you, capturing all of it without interrupting it. I focus on people, not things. It’s all about you and your family and friends – in one place for a whole day!
I want you to focus on your favourite people rather than on me. I won’t take you away from your guests for a long time to take couple portraits or take hours for the group shots. I don’t want your day to be about posing for pictures. I want you to live it and enjoy every moment, and I will be there to capture it.
To me, the best photographs are those where people are completely unaware of the camera.
I don’t ask you to repeat anything just for the camera, or interrupt a conversation to set up a better angle. I don’t ask you to stand and smile for the camera. I want to capture a true moment, nothing staged.
I get the classic group photos and couple portraits too, but quickly. I want to get you back to the party!
I live in North London, close to beautiful Alexandra Palace, with my husband Steve and my little boy Cosmo. I love good stories, picnics, sunsets, and water melon – preferably all at the same time.
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