About Dom

Ok, so I'm Dominic, a photographer and recently I added Videography to my skillset, all done in the downtime of the pandemic, but the photography started in my childhood years with a kids camera, before getting something a little better, a Canon Sureshot, in my teens.

My step up from film to digital happened in my mid to late twenties when my dad gave me an HP945 5.3mp camera, and it went everywhere with me. Granted by today's standards it wasn't the best optically but I made the most of it until I bought my first DSLR, a Sony A100 just days before my second son was born.

It was that camera, the quality from it, and the pace at which my photographic knowledge grew, that saw me go through the A350 to the A700 to the A77 of the Sony range, ultimately ending up using the A700 and A77 on the first handful of weddings until I was taken in by the Full Frame loveliness on Nikon, where I went through the D700, D7000, D610, and D750.

I'm now a Fujifilm shooter, why? It's all about the magnificent colours!

Away from photography, I've been married since 2001 and we have 4 wonderful kids, 1 girly and 3 boys, and they keep me on my toes. I'm that typical bloke who loves his football and I'll be found at a game on a Saturday afternoon if I don't get a wedding booking.

Lastly, I love a good wedding, and good weddings are made up of three very important things. An awesome wedding couple, their fantastic families, and their excellent friends!

It's all about the people! Sure, good planning, good venue, good suppliers, it all helps, but having good people to work with makes it an awesome day, and I love getting involved to help make that day as special as it can be, and grab some great photos to serve as a wonderful memory of that perfect day.

About Tomas

So I'm Tomas, the eldest son of Dominic, and I've been his second shooter on many weddings, to many to recall, but probably up in the range 45-65 weddings.

My experience level is good and getting better by the wedding, because in that 65+ weddings I've learnt a lot, and some of those weddings I've done by myself.

Through my GCSE years at school I did photography as a course and then I took that into college as well, where I took a media course that covered photography and videography, and that's where my interest in video really took off.

As much as I enjoy photography, and as much as I'm good at it, videography is the area I really enjoy and it allows me to complement my dad's service in photography to enable us to offer you the complete wedding media coverage.

All the work I do is shot by myself and edited by me to, so the work you see under my name really is my work.

I'm lucky enough to have the same high-quality camera gear that my dad uses, so I'm not disadvantaged where that's concerned. I may be younger and compared to my Dad's 350+ weddings shot or filmed, be slightly less experienced but I know plenty about photographing or filming weddings, and with my Dad we make a great team who can create a wonderful set of memories of your big day via photo and film.



Tahsa & Mike

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"You really are a master of photography. We received our photos today. Thanks for everything & your professional approach to the whole day & making it even more special, We're so happy you captured our day for us. Dom is 100% recommended for any of your photography needs"

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