I’m Maurice a North Wales wedding photographer who lives on the North Wales and Chester border. I want to photograph your day naturally as it happens, without forcing both you or your wedding guests to smile and pose.
One of my latest wedding blog post Rob & Jess ~ Ty Coch Wedding on the Llyn Peninsular
- 5 Great Wedding venues in North Wales
- Beautiful autumn wedding in Wentworth
- Chester King Acres Wedding
- Penarth Fawr Medieval House Wedding
- Sweeney Hall Wedding ~ Charley & Darren
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Above ~ Jo & Rhys lovely wedding at beautiful King Acres in Chester
My style of photography foremost is taking candid images which give a true record of your wedding day.
If you would like to take a good look at the way I photograph weddings. Then my wedding blog is the ideal place to start. It’s filled with latest news and images from some of my favorite weddings from across North Wales and Cheshire. It’s accessible via the above link or on top menu. My wedding packages are accessible both on the top menu or here
There are many ways which describe my photographic style. A couple of terms I use are documentary wedding photography and wedding reportage photography. However way we like to describe this genre the best way I can explain is through couples I’ve worked with. They have wanted images which are simply unorchestrated and not posed. Images that reflect a sincere, true record of their special day without the intervention of the wedding photographer. In addition they want to relax and enjoy themselves the day they get married.
The above image is of a bride and her sister right before the wedding ceremony. It is a perfect and a precious moment for them both. Their look says it all! When put into context from a photography perspective, when you allow people to be themselves with candour these types of charming moments can happen naturally. This simply may never have been captured had I intervened and asked them both to smile and pose.
The photographic images I curate have an intrinsic thread which flows through all of my wedding photography and my editing style. Whether my images are black and white or in colour, the heart of my editing style remains the same. I love to produce images that have contrast. This is because I believe it goes hand in hand with documentary photography and particularly gives my images a timeless feel.
I prefer to use natural light and throughout a wedding day I will predominantly shoot this way. There is the odd time I may need to use flash and I like to keep it to a minimum. For instance the first dance is a time when I may use my flash.
We asked a lot of Maurice as we had such a big event with around 180 people and Maurice didn’t miss a moment! His documentary style of photography captured the magic as it happened and even gave us a few pleasant surprises of things we had missed.
Thanks Maurice – you did a great job ~ John and Lexi xxx
“When we were looking for a Cheshire Wedding Photographer, we stumbled on Maurice Roberts Photography and we were so delighted we did. Everyone loves the photos, they’re impressed with the style, as are we! ”
Liz & Steve
The image above is of a candid, happy moment of the groom along with his father and groomsmen having an enjoyable moment in the sunshine just before the wedding ceremony. It’s this type of carefree, relaxed moment I especially love to capture in an unorchestrated manner. I’m not imposing on their moment, I wouldn’t want to spoil it by intervening and asking for a posed image.
Absolutely wonderful. Everyone has said how lovely Maurice was on the day and the photos we’ve received are perfect, just what we wanted! Can’t recommend him enough. Thank you for catching our memories ~ Natalie and Vince.
Hafod Farm wedding
Natalie and Vince – Hafod Farm wedding. A short slideshow from Natalie and Vince’s wedding day. Hafod farm is such a lovely relaxed place for a wedding it’s visually stunning set along the Conwy Valley.
Most of all and most importantly, I want you to enjoy yourselves on your wedding day. For that reason I will be largely unnoticed and as much as possible I will not intrude on your day. In contrast to how some photographers work I will never ask you to pose. Furthermore I will never ask for a cheesy smile.
Mitton Hall dressing room.
Another thing I should mention is how much I love photographing people. Above all I feel it’s an honor to photograph them on one of their happiest days. I feel privileged when i’m chosen to be a wedding photographer for somebody’s special day.
Want to meet up to discuss your wedding day and have a chat and a cuppa ? I can then find out about all that’s important and especially relevant to your wedding. I will show you my work, the quality of the printed images in my albums and explain my photographic process. you can get in touch with me via my contact from below for a completely free discussion about your wedding.
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Maurice Roberts is a proud member of the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers
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