Choosing a photographer is not only about choosing someone who will take your wedding day photographs. It’s also about finding the right person to share the most important day of your life with.
You’ve Got a Friend in Me!
My number one goal is to work with my Brides and Grooms as friends and to build a really positive relationship with them.
I do not think about my wedding day couples as clients. I really do see them as friends.
By having a genuine friendship relationship with my Brides and Grooms I can do my best work as a wedding photographer
A little about me…
My name is Daniel. I’m a photographer by profession, Irish by residence, Polish by accident of birth, husband by choice (mainly hers, of course!), father of two by lucky chance, a cheerful perfectionist by temperament – and I aim to be the best wedding photographer you can get.
I’m cheerful and smile a lot (though I look extremely serious when I’ve got my eyes stuck to the camera).
I’m one of those lucky people who work at what they love. I’m passionate about photography and enjoy working with people (and my nice clients say they enjoy working with me).
In my photos, I try to capture the magic moments of life, those funny, sad and intimate moments that turn photographs into memories (after all, when the cake has been devoured, and the flowers have wilted, you’ve only your images to look back on).
I try to catch the happy soul of a person or an event.
In my wedding photography, I seek to combine a documentary approach with creative flair. In my dealings with clients, I’m painstaking, but not a pain.
In fact, I’m a pleasure to deal with – or so my clients say!
As a Wedding photographer in Ireland Dublin and Kildare, I do a documentary and reportage wedding photography and photo shoots of all kinds not just in the cities of Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford, but also in all the main towns – such as Sligo, Wexford, Athlone, Kildare, Carlow, etc. – and in villages all over Ireland and Europe. Daniel – Wedding photographer in Ireland Dublin and Kildare.
I’ll even come to a place where there isn’t a village insight (I’ll even go to Pettigo).
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