Shane Webber is a professional wedding photographer based in Manchester. Over the past nine years Shane has photographed hundreds of weddings whilst developing his unique approach that combines natural wedding photography with contemporary processing. His style of photography attracts couples who desire modern photos of their wedding day. Shane books a select number of weddings each year to ensure couples get the best wedding photos. He usually takes bookings 1 to 2 years in advance. Get in touch to check availability.
Shane’s wedding photography style is natural and modern. “I place a strong emphasis on creating images that are truly unique for each of my clients; telling the stories of their day and capturing natural moments as they happen.” His approach to photographing weddings is focuses on capturing the story. This is why we offer full day coverage as standard, so that no moment is missed.
Many of our couples are worried that they don’t like having their photo taken. We know that feeling comfortable with your wedding photographer is crucial. Shane always encourages couples to really enjoy their wedding day and not worry about the pictures. This relaxed and unobtrusive approach enables Shane to capture stunning images of even the most camera shy couples. Most people don’t like being in from of the camera, the trick is to not feel like you are!
Shane loves to take photographs with natural light the majority of the time. This saves on setting up complex lighting which can be time consuming. The most important consideration is always the couple, making sure they are happy, relaxed and enjoying themselves.
When Shane is not capturing portraits or group photos he is taking natural pictures of the wedding party. blending in with the guests and telling the story of the day through images. Another aspect of the day which he captures is the details, from the wedding flowers to the table styling. Engaged couples spend a huge amount of time hard selecting the details for their big day it’s important to document these finishing touches.