When I put my website together, I concentrated on letting the images do the talking. I tried to refrain from lots of biography text about me, or what our albums are made of, as they’re never going to be as important as the image.
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London, England (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
From a Warwickshire farm to Lord’s Cricket Ground, David Jones has photographed countless weddings in every type of location. This month, Jones adds to his existing online portfolio with new photographs exemplifying his expertise in wedding photojournalism. The creative wedding photographer recently updated his website, DavidJonesPhotography.Com, with latest work done on several weddings celebrated this year.
The London-based wedding photographer stays true to his approach with the newly released photos: unposed, unobtrusive, and unique. While one most recent wedding photography work showed a farm location, Jones firmly held onto his website’s guarantee that the bride and groom would not be asked to “run through a cornfield.” The Warwickshire wedding photos, online visitors will see, showcase the couple in more than a few romantic scenes that include an intimate embrace by the side of the road, taken in black and white and a quiet time affectionately sitting together with a glass of bubbly, taken in vivid color.
Jones remarks about reportage wedding photography, “There's plenty going on already on a wedding day without us getting involved and barking orders, so we remain unobtrusive, blending in with your guests. We all need a few formal group pictures, of course, and we're always happy to take these before returning to the documentary style that we love, which is shown throughout the website.”
Other recent additions to Jones’s portfolio include a wedding in Charlton House, which combined festive moments on the dancefloor with thoughtful moments of the bride and the groom and a Lords Cricket Ground wedding, which combined memorable moments of the wedding party and laughter shared between the just married couple.
Jones’s highly sought after wedding photography work provides couples with a DVD of high-resolution images, their own private web gallery, and a co-photographer ensuring a complete coverage of the entire wedding from start to finish, in every angle. Jones, incidentally, also does pre wedding photography, which is becoming quite popular with couples today. The London-based photographer isn’t limited to capturing weddings in the UK as well; he also does work in Europe and, on occasion, other parts of the world.
Says Jones about his recently updated website, “When I put my website together, I concentrated on letting the images do the talking. I tried to refrain from lots of biography text about me, or what our albums are made of, as they’re never going to be as important as the image.” Indeed, the breathtaking images will speak for themselves.
Soon-to-be-married couples can now explore the new additions to the David Jones Photography online portfolio and discover what they can expect from the experienced and creative wedding photographer.