Wedding photographer in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire
Wedding is something that you would like to remember for the rest of your life. Wedding is a unique experience what you can repeat and that is the reason why you need a professional photographer.
Jakub Kloc photography is here for you as a professional wedding photographer with years of experience. My main focus is on portrait and event photography which makes me the perfect choice for this life-changing day. I can make beautiful portraits of the groom and bride as well as capture the moments during the venue after the wedding ceremony. If you are interested to make some nice pictures before the wedding for example with your family or from engaging, you can visit my portrait studio is based in Ellesmere Port and I am working as a wedding photographer in Cheshire, Liverpool and Manchester area.
Keep in mind that as an experienced professional wedding photographer, I am always discreet and respectful to your habits and your religion.
Wedding day is the day which you cant rerun and that's why I am always using professional photography equipment (brand: Canon). My main camera is Canon 5D Mark III with two slots for sd cards for backup plus I have always my second camera (Canon 70D) in my bag as well as two flashlights (cactus or Godox) so you don't need to be worried that you will not receive the photos because of some technical issues.
As a professional wedding photographer, I am always thinking about my customer needs and I will never let you down.
If you would like something extra on your wedding I can bring with me a mini mobile studio or very popular flower background. You can read more about my normal portrait studio in Ellesmere Port and mini mobile studio here. Also, I can print the photos on the wedding night. It is a perfect memorable gift for your guests. You can find more info about my additional services in the pricing section.
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You can see the examples from my recent work below.