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Inspirational photos from Yorkshire wedding photographers

25 Sep 2017

Glean inspiration from these Yorkshire wedding photographers, who share their best work

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Hip to Heart Photography (Laura Kate Bradley), www.hiptoheartphotography.com

"Rebecca and Scott got married at The Out Barn at Clough Bottom in Clitheroe. Their first dance was awesome; they did it on a Nintendo Wii. I love couples who aren’t afraid to do something daft. I’m based just outside of York and happy to travel. My documentary style is punchy, vibrant and colourful and I want to tell a story with my images. Laid-back, fun weddings are the perfect match for me and the way I shoot."

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Jenny Maden Photography, www.jennymaden.co.uk

"I love the simplicity of this image. I love that it is a totally unposed moment in between frames and I love all the mellow, earthy colours. The area in which it was taken is also one of my very favourite locations to shoot in, just outside of my hometown. I am a Yorkshire-based photographer, specialising in weddings and family portraiture. While most of my work takes pace in the Yorkshire region, I am very happy to travel around the UK and abroad for bookings."

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Nicky Clicks Weddings, www.nicolamackrill.co.uk

"I love weddings that are laid-back, relaxed and full of fun. I love to use photography to tell a story, and my favourite part of a wedding day is capturing little moments like this one; it's spontaneous, unposed, the reactions are fab and yes, the bride's mother got covered in prosecco. Photos that will bring a smile to your face in years to come are the ones I find most inspiring."

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S6 Photography (Jon), www.s6photography.co.uk

"This image of Emily and James was made in a cold November afternoon in Sheffield. We passed these clouds on the way over the hills from the church and I knew if we came back to the same spot around two hours later it would time it right for the sunset and the image would look its best. I experimented with a few compositions and this one went on to win a world's best wedding photo award. I love to work with couples like Emily and James who are up for an adventure to seek the best wedding photos."

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