Couple Shoot Their Entire Wedding On A Smartphone - And The Photos Are Incredible
A British bride and groom ditched tradition by swapping the usual professional camera to shoot their entire wedding day on a smartphone instead.
Holly Eeles, 26, and James Sherris, 34, married at Low Wood Bay Resort and Spa in Windermere on Saturday, 16th November surrounded by 70 of their nearest and dearest.
But before their big day in the Peak District, the couple decided against using a professional DSLR camera to capture the moment they became man and wife.
Instead, the loved-up pair turned to their smartphone to document their day and the photos are astounding.
While the couple still used a photographer to take the pictures on the smartphone, other brides and grooms-to-be could save themselves hundreds if they let their family and friends get snappy with a phone themselves on their big day.
Dubbed 'the coolest wedding photographer in the world', photographer Ian Weldon used a Huawei handset to capture the incredible photos.
Speaking of their tech-savvy snaps, Holly and James said they were apprehensive at first about going a more unconventional route with their wedding photography but were delighted with the outcome.
They said: "We were nervous about swapping a professional camera for a smartphone to capture our wedding.
"But we were totally blown away by the quality of the photos - we couldn't be happier with how they turned out. Being photographed by a smartphone also felt so natural.
"We barely even noticed Ian was there, capturing so many of the small, candid moments which are so special to look back on."
The photographer added: "In most instances, photographers would have at least two cameras, multiple lenses, and lighting equipment.
"But having shot Holly and James's wedding exclusively on the P30 Pro, I can safely say it is also possible to capture an entire wedding on a smartphone.
"My usual photography style is capturing candid moments, and using a mobile allowed me to move around and capture moments that would have been more difficult if using a traditional DSLR."
What a brilliant idea!
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