Reportage photography at its best!
Many photographers describe themselves as documentary photographers and it's true that many produce beautiful and natural photos that really capture your wedding day in an uncontrived manner.
But where reportage photography really works is when the photographer seems to have a sixth sense for everything going on around him (or her!) and can capture spontaneous, endearing or just downright hilarious moments.
Take a look at some of these amazing shots which really encapsulate some magic moments across a range of different weddings.
These were all taken by Tony at www.docuwedding.co.uk
How about this for a wedding with a difference! This is beautiful Russian bride Mila walking with her dad to marry fiance Alexey. They flew all the way from Russia to get married in the famous black church located in Budir, situated on a lava field on the western most tip of the Snaefellsnes pensinsula in West Iceland.
The church is a beautiful specimen of a 19th century country church and one of the oldest examples of a wooden chuch. The only witnesses to this stunning wedding were the bride's mum and dad (and the photographer of course!).
The only other building in the vicinity is the hotel where the couple stayed(Hotel Budir) - it is literally next door to the church and affors views over the Atlantic coast and a glacier-topped volcano. For an amazing closer shot of the church click 'continue reading'.
Images courtesy of docwedding who can be contacted on 07564277716 or visit www.docuwedding.co.uk