A full time wedding photographer based in the beautiful town of Tarporley but covering the whole of the UK and abroad. Over 10 years experience and over 100 weddings photographed.
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Products and Services
Bridal Prep Shots
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Flexible Hours on the Day
Images on USB
Large Group Shots
Personal Online Gallery
Pre-Wedding Venue Visit
Second Shooter Available
Stay Through Dancing
Stay Through Speeches
Reportage / Documentary
Traditional / Classic
Having photographed weddings since 2004, throughout the country and abroad, I am doing a job I truly love. I am described by all previous clients as being unobtrusive but still capturing those moments that would sometimes be missed. I work closely with you; to what YOU want from the photographs, what memories you want to capture, whether it be traditional formal photographs to big statement shots of yourselves to not structuring anything at all but rather just documenting the day as it happens.
I will be there from the beginning of the bride getting ready, through the ceremony, right up until the after the dancing begins. I work closely with your other suppliers to make sure the day goes smoothly and you get the best service, so you can relax.
After the wedding, your photographs are edited and presented on our password protected website, and most of my packages include a wedding album as I feel it is important to have a physical memory of your wedding day, but all packages also include a USB with full printing rights.
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Natasha Harding
Thank you for looking at my work and please feel free to contact me with any questions. It is important to me to work with you to get exactly what you want from me as a supplier, your wedding day is important and I want to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible.
Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
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Richard and Caroline
Married in February 2017
a very creative eye for....memorable photographs
Natasha was our wedding photographer way back in March 2009. We wanted a combination of traditional group photos and fun informal shots. Natasha did a wonderfull job and ...
Hannah and Daniel
Married in December 2016
a friendly face who guided us through the day
We had Natasha as our photographer at our wedding in August, as well as her beautiful camper van Oscar. For us, Natasha was the perfect choice - she was not only a friend...
Sheen and Richard
Married in November 2016
relaxed & unobtrusive,allowing us to enjoy our day
We were recommended Natasha by friends,and were not disappointed. Her guidance and creative eye in the run up to the day gave us so much confidence,and her presence on th...
Alex and Lee
Married in October 2008
put me at ease & helped me to feel relaxed
Thanks Natasha for all your hard work on the day, you were brilliant! Having the photos done wasn't as bad as I expected it to be and that's all thanks to you. I hate h...
Rachel and Dylan
Married in June 2008
fantastic photos that we can cherish for years
Just a note to say thank you so much for all your hard work on our wedding day and producing some fantastic photos that we can cherish for years to come. Thank you again
A wedding at Peckforton Castle where the groom arrived by helicopter, they had caricaturists, magicians, fireworks, everything imaginable! It was a beautiful wedding but the best thing of all was that they were a lovely and caring couple, who included such personal touches to their day, including their daughter singing opera.
That my previous couples still keep in contact years on to share special events, such as having children. I feel proud that they still think of me and were happy enough to come back and ask for photos of their next step in their married lives. I also smile ear to ear when I see their Facebook profiles are their wedding photos that I took.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Talk to your suppliers, get to know them before you book them. It is very important that you actually get on with people that will be around on the day. Most importantly, go with your gut instinct on people, it is usually right.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
The most personal touches to me always involve families and how couples make the effort to include those that are important to them - be it the couple changing venue so that their grandma would have access after a fall, and helping support her out of her wheelchair so she could dance with her son, the father of the bride (gosh that brought a tear to the eye of everyone including me!), to a groom arranging for his wife's class to come and sing at the chapel as a surprise. It is the small and special things people do to make others happy.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
At the initial meeting I like to get a sense of what you like from other photographs or weddings you have seen, but most importantly I like to make sure we are compatible. From booking I am happy to meet up as many times as you like, and if we can, I like to meet at the venue so we can discuss the running of the day and where the best places to take shots are.
After the wedding day, I process your photos and within 2 weeks they go on to a password protected website where you can chose which photographs you would like in an album, if you have chosen to have one. As there are so many different album options I like to meet up to decide on these before ordering the album on your final sign off.
What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?
A group photo! Just make sure you get one of EVERYONE and this is easiest in one shot. Some guests may have travelled a fair distance, so they appreciate being included in at least one formal shot. After that, get the core formal ones of immediate family. Any decent photographer will make sure you get these shots and the rest will happen throughout the day.
What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?
Probably I was taken aside and asked to get photographs of the bride's brother who would be doing a surprise 'golden thong dance'! It had never happened before or since, and was certainly interesting. Results can be found on my Facebook page ;)
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
On my wedding day it poured and unfortunately it meant that my photographer felt stuck inside and only did formal photographs, which we did not want at all really. Make sure you stay strong and get your photographer to think of different options to get some interesting photos and not be stuck inside. Umbrellas work well and can create some great and interesting shots.
Describe how you got into photography.
Since an early age I have loved taking and processing photographs - back in the day when you used film! I used to develop my own film and then photographs. I then moved on to digital and did my degree in digital image manipulation.
When I was planning my own wedding back in 2004, I fell in love with the shots I was seeing, it felt like a dream job where I got to take and process images of one of the most important and happy days in a couple's marriage. I have not looked back since!
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