Tim Pascoe has been one of my favourite wedding photographers for a long time. What I love most about Tim's photography is that his work is unaffected by wedding trends that come and go. Tim has a timeless style that is disctinctly his own and an eye for capturing all the sentimental details & candid moments of a wedding. Tim took a few minutes to tell us about his photography style, inspiration & advice for brides-to-be...
We love that you refuse to follow the “normal formula” in wedding photography, what is it that inspires you and keeps your photography personal and unique? My clients inspire me...which I know sounds cheesy but it's true!! I take each wedding very personally and love to get to know the clients and try my best to make the style of photography that I produce a reflection of who they are and their day...
Where was your most memorable destination that you have shot a wedding in? What made it so memorable? I just recently photographed a wedding in Bali and during the shoot I managed to break my finger and then had to continue photographing for the next 6 hours with a smile on my face!
Apart from photography, do you enjoy any other creative outlets? Architecture - I love photographing anything architectural, watching architectural tv shows and sketching and creating my dream home!!
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Who’s artwork (any genre, living or not) do you most admire? If you could ask them any one question, what would it be? David Doubilet - he's a national geographic photographer who does phenomenal work. I would just love to be able to hear all his amazing stories but especially his most terrifying photographic experience.
What should brides-to-be take into consideration when choosing their wedding photographer? I think that the couple should really consider the quality of the work of the photographer when booking, not solely the packages etc that they offer. Because there's no point having a great album if the photos aren't great.
How long should a client allow after their photoshoot to receive their images? We have images online with 2-3 weeks.
What excites you most about the future of wedding photography? As couples are putting more emphasis on the quality of their wedding photography, I look forward to the future and seeing just how creative people will allow us (photographers) to be.