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You want your wedding day photographs recorded beautifully, simply, and without fuss

I know that your wedding memories are important to you and that you want me to record the excitement of your wedding day in an informal way, creating images that you can cherish forever more. You want me to take photos of things as they happen and you don’t really like having your photo taken. Oh and you are not keen on having to pose either. That’s ok: I feel like that too.

At Cornwell Photography I want to give you more than a photograph: to capture the magic of your fairy tale in a way that you will cherish. I aim to create a wonderful record of the day you gave your heart to the one you love.

I’m something of a small wedding specialist. Couples that book me often tell me that they are having “just a small wedding”. Quite often they have booked a “wedding in a box” type package from a venue and just need to add a photographer. If you are having a really small wedding (fewer than 20 people) or you just want photos at the Register Office have a look at my Bijoux Weddings page. For bigger weddings check out the Smile Collector page. Whatever size of wedding you are having though from just 2 guests to 200 guests or more, I can help you.

Or just telephone me on 01256 869 715 between 9am and 7pm week-days.

What do you need?

Find out more about what I can do for you.

The Smile Collector The Smile Collector

The vast majority of couples that come to me to talk about their wedding have one common thing on their wish list – photos taken as the day goes along, unposed, just capturing the laughter and joy of the day “as it happens”. For some years I have called myself The Smile Collector. It’s what Read More

Small Wedding Photography Small Wedding Photography

So you’re having a small wedding? Small is beautiful. Not everyone chooses to have hundreds of guests at their wedding. Maybe it’s your second (third or fourth even) time around. Perhaps you’re on a tight budget. Or you simply want to share your day with your very nearest and dearest. I love photographing small weddings. Read More

Cheerleader General Cheerleader General

It’s the little things. That’s the Cornwell Photography approach. I love weddings; and I love family photo sessions too. For me, the joy is in creating images and knowing that you, and indeed future generations, will look back lovingly at them. I call myself The Smile Collector: that’s what I do. Photos help us to Read More

What do you know... Hampshire Wedding Photographer Mark Cornwell has a "blog"...

I'm not a blogger. Far from it. The "blog" pages on my website are a mixed bunch of posts: information about where to see me at wedding fairs; details of special offers and competitions (when I run them). Dig in and find out more about me and my work.

Seven reasons why you SHOULD hire a photographer for your wedding

Seven reasons why you SHOULD hire a photographer for your wedding

Last week I wrote an article of “seven reasons why you should not hire a photographer for your wedding“. This is the counterpart to that article. I’ve said before that we all have budgets and if photography isn’t your “thing” then fair enough. It would be easy to say “we won’t have a paid photographer” Read More

Seven reasons why you should not hire a photographer for your wedding.

Seven reasons why you should not hire a photographer for your wedding.

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Good morning friends, (Part 1) Yes, you read that headline right. In this week’s newsletter I am opening a can of worms and saying why you just might not want to have a wedding photographer at your wedding. Have I gone mad? I’ll let you judge. Now quite a few of the people reading this Read More

Wedding Stationery in Hampshire

Wedding Stationery in Hampshire

Wedding stationery items from Handmade by Gemma, photographed at Pitt Hall Barn

What do our clients say?

One day we hope you'll say lovely things like this about us too.This section is coming - I have to move all of my old testimonials into a new format. Bear with me, there are lots to do!