Reportage Wedding Photography 2012 

Where has the time gone, I can’t believe its 2013 already! Although I’ve not had a chance to blog all the weddings captured in 2012 yet (more of these to come in the next few weeks), I thought January was a good time to pull together some of my favourite reportage wedding photography images of the last 12 months.

Its been a great year, I’ve had the privilege to photograph over 30 weddings across the UK, from North Yorkshire to Brighton. Its been an absolute pleasure to capture the wedding day of so many great couples, so a massive thank you to everyone that allowed me intimate access to their wedding day during 2012!

In March I was over the moon when I won The Professional Reportage Wedding Photographer of the year with Professional Photographer magazine, and alongside winning image of the year with wedding photography blog Photography1827, and having winning images with the prestigious WPJA, its been a year that I could not have imagined!

I’ve already started shooting weddings for 2013, and am looking forward to another fun year, telling the wedding day stories of many more couples. Some of my favourite images from the last 12 months below, I could easily have included hundreds of images, but narrowed it down as best I could 😉

Please feel free to leave a comment below…

If your getting married, and would like some more information on my reportage wedding photography approach, please do not hesitate to contact me.

21 thoughts on “Reportage Wedding Photography 2012”

  1. An incredible year for you Adam! So many great shots. The father of bride reaction is my favourite moment. The 3 people looking at my photo frame is my favourite overall. However, I’m the blacks in your monos are incredibly deep and make your photos pop. Can I ask… what’s your lens of choice? – David

  2. What a consistently strong set of images. I love your black and white work -great tones to your processing. My favourite though is in colour -the couple on the terrace at Sandhole. A lovely moment.

  3. Beautiful, honest, emotive storytelling Adam. What a fabulous collection of images from what was a quite brilliant year for you. Your talent and hard work is very rightly being recognised and rewarded. Look forward to following your work in 2013.

  4. I am tired. Really tired. It’s been a mad few months.

    What I never get tired of (see what I did there) is seeing your work.

    Not once.

    It is always genuinely interesting.

    Long may you continue your fine work into 2013.

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