A British Photographer Takes Honest Wedding Photos, and You Might Regret You Didn’t Invite Him to Your Celebration

We at AZtag like this alternative take on wedding photography a lot and we tried to choose Ian’s brightest and liveliest works.

Sometimes preparing for the ceremony can be as interesting as the wedding itself.

A British Photographer Takes Honest Wedding Photos, and You Might Regret You Didn’t Invite Him to Your Celebration

A wedding always has a wide range of emotions from happiness to a slight sadness.

Ian calls his working method “democratic photography” and says that each person and object is important in every frame.

Instead of the standard group shots, where everyone stands in one row, the photographer takes spontaneous shots and documents everything.

Many moments get lost in the whirlpool of events, but nothing stays unnoticed thanks to Ian.

Kids make photos especially nice and funny.

A British Photographer Takes Honest Wedding Photos, and You Might Regret You Didn’t Invite Him to Your Celebration

Of course, brides do too.

A British Photographer Takes Honest Wedding Photos, and You Might Regret You Didn’t Invite Him to Your Celebration

Celebrations can be pretty tiring, and some of the guests get really exhausted. Why not capture these emotions too?

That’s the photographer himself. Recently he had an exhibition called ‘I Am Not A Wedding Photographer’ at the Martin Parr Foundation in London. He has also published a book with the same name, published by RRB Photobooks.

Do you like these unusual wedding photos or do you prefer the more classic photo shoots? We would be glad to hear from you in the comments!

Preview photo credit ianjweldon / instagram