KETTERING WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER SERVICE IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
Kettering Wedding Photographer, from Northamptonshire
Local Photography Services: Craftsmanship with a Camera
Milk Wood Photography is a Kettering based wedding & events photographer, based in leafy Northamptonshire.
Metal & glass, and your index finger. That’s all there is to it, really. You can even do it on your phone. So why do you want to hire me as your wedding photographer?
I don’t just take photos. What makes me different is the planning; the personable element; the unspoken attention to detail; I tell your story.
Although I specialise in wedding photography, I also cover all types of events in my trademark candid documentary style. There is also blog with news on our events, gear reviews, and conversations with other suppliers in the wedding industry.
MY NAME IS ROB
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER IN NORTHANTS
Milk Wood Photography is the creation of Robert Smith, a photographer based in Kettering (near Corby), Northamptonshire.
Having initially started as a landscape photographer – a hobby I maintain when time & weather permit – it wasn’t until friends started asking me ‘you take photos, right?’ that I began capturing social gatherings & friend’s weddings, always preferring the candid ‘reportage’ style of photos and shying away from solely posed scenes. 1 wedding soon became 2, and word of mouth spread; later expanding to include event photography too.
“Rob spent a whole day from 7am until 11pm caputuring every moment of our wedding. We love looking back at not just photos, but the story of our special day.”
HARRIET & TOM
“We already had our main wedding photographer booked, but realised later on there would be no evidence of what the groom’s party did all morning. Rob stepped in at the last minute, and got some beautiful images of ‘the other perspective’ of our wedding morning.”
ANNA & CHASE
“Had a dance-shoot with Rob. The organisation and planning was great, and the final results are amazing… thank you so much!!”
“Just marvellous. We occasionally worried because we couldn’t see him…yet he was always there, hidden in plain sight, capturing those candid details of our wedding most people would miss.”