Sarah Jane Photography In The Spotlight

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North Yorkshire wedding photographer, covering the Yorkshire Dales, Teesdale, Durham, The Lakes and everywhere in between.


Tell us  about your business

Based in Bedale, North Yorkshire, I'm  a wedding photographer.

Tell us abit about yourself

I love relaxed, laid back weddings and offer natural photography, which tells the story of your day, through authentic moments. Whilst leaving you completely at ease to enjoy your day.

What makes you different from other suppliers, what sets you apart from the competition?

Being part of a beautiful day is such an amazing experience. I pride myself on capturing the emotion of the day so when you look back through your photos year-on-year you feel every emotion as you did on your special day. My editing style is classic and therefore doesn't make your photos look dated in a few years as trends fade.


What's your highlight to date?

I love a good country wedding, particularly a rustic farm styled wedding. One of my favourite moments would be capturing the bridal party leaving the church to head back to the farm for the wedding reception on a classic tractor and trailer, hay bails included.... Just fabulous!


What question do brides ask most often?

Do I have to smile for the camera? I hate posing!

Definitely not! I will capture you smiling naturally. There is something beautiful and raw about a natural smile. My unobtrusive style will let you laugh and giggle at all the great moments as your day unfolds without feeling like your been watched.


If you could give future brides one piece of advice what would it be?

You will of course want your photos to last a lifetime and pass them down to future generations. Think carefully about the editing style you choose. Mine is classic, other styles may look dated in a few years time.



For more details

T: 07701342570

Unit 4 Enterprise House, Bridge Street, Bedale,

North Yorkshire

DL8 2 AD

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