An industrial estate with trucks as the backdrop might not be the first place most wedding photographers take couples for their wedding portraits but then Hacker isn’t your average wedding photographer.
Unconventional couples who are up for a good time and for spending an hour shooting their wedding portraits, equals the perfect Hacker client.
Will and Amy were the classic unconventional couple who didn’t love having their photograph taken. This is usual for me, as I don’t really come across many people who love having their picture taken.
New Zealand is a inspirational Country. Especially when you fly your personal photographer out with you to photograph some creative and colourful pictures. Images you want to splash over social media and show your grandkids.
There is certainly something to be said when using smoke bombs is to try and keeping well away from the brides veil those things are flammable. Woops!
This is meant to be simple destination wedding with a short plane ride over to Glasgow. But this all changed when Tom and Janine explained that they were now getting married in Jamaica the land of reggae, rum, rastas and red stripe.
The couple have been together a number of years and have two children as well as Tony’s son who was Best Man, so the wedding on the outskirts of Bristol was all about having a good family knees up.
It’s fashionable for brides to be late for their weddings but this was the first Hacker had photographed delayed because the bride’s sister had broken a nail.
Hacker’s second somerset wedding of the season saw him try out some new tricks: new props for the ring flash, new styles of location for the couple’s photographs and a new approach to capture golden hour wedding photography.