In years to come, I hope my photos will bring all all your memories flooding back. But that won’t happen so easily if the day passes in a frenzied blur. At key points, I’ll suggest you pause and and luxuriate in how you’re feeling. Your subconscious will remember, and thank you for it.



Weddings can snowball in their complexity, so I make it all as simple as I can for you. Let’s start by getting to know each other, and then I’ll guide you every step of the way.

Here’s how it works…


Tithe Barn at Norton Park decorated for a wedding

A relaxed chat, either in person or by phone, is a great way to start. Tell me all about yourselves – how you met, when the proposal came, and the kind of wedding you’re planning.

Once you’ve booked, we’ll keep in touch and, well in advance of the big day, work out out a list of all the family groups you’d like me to photograph. I’ll also scout the best locations for romantic portraits at your chosen venue.  All you have to do is choose your favourite song for the first dance…


Bride receives her ring from her groom during their Chandler's Ford Roman Catholic church wedding

You declare your love for each other and exchange rings, then it’s time to relax. While you start your honeymoon, I’ll begin work on making your photos as beautiful as your day.

Let those around you take care of everything. They want to leave you free to savour the excitement leading up to your walk up the aisle, the solemnity of the vows you make and the joy and laughter that follows. I’ll be there to document all the varied emotions very discreetly for you.


Bride dances with her father while groom dances with his mother on checkerboard floor

Once I’ve chosen and polished the best of the photographs from your wedding, I’ll create an online gallery for you to share with friends and family, and supply image files as a digital download.

But your journey with me shouldn’t end there. You don’t get too many tangible reminders of your wedding. Along with the ring on your finger, a beautiful album should be one of them. Images of your big day are too precious to be left on a USB stick at the back of a drawer.



…and said unto me: Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away.

The Song of Songs



This is your opportunity to get comfortable in front of the camera at a location that means something to you.

Afterwards, you’ll receive a small library of images you can share online and use for Save the Date cards. Your session is free of charge when you book full-day coverage  from me.



USB sticks will go the way of floppy disks. Printed photographs won’t.


You will love looking through your luxury album for the first time, and then showing it off to friends and family. It gives you the tactile experience an iPhone just can’t match.


Yet your album isn’t just for today. Not long after you announced your engagement, did your parents get out their wedding album for a trip down memory lane with you? In 30 years’ time, it might be your turn.

That’s why my albums are built to last. They show off timeless photographs you will treasure. And that’s priceless.



We booked Dom as our wedding photographer, and right from the start we couldn’t have been more pleased with our decision.

Jen & Stewart



Your wedding is unique to you, so I encourage you to tailor a package that suits your needs. Here are a few popular options. 


Linen-covered wedding album from Dom Brenton Photography
Images of romantic portraits as part of an online wedding gallery


Bride and groom on a white dance floor at their  Marwell Hotel wedding reception

Second photographer



These are some of the common questions couples ask me. If you have a different one, do get in touch below.

How much do you charge?

That depends on a range of things! 

I understand that, whatever your budget, wedding photography is a luxury service for you. I’ll work with you to create a package that you can afford and which fits your needs. You’re unique, and so is your wedding. As a guide, full-day coverage and an album is likely to cost in the region of £1200.

I'm not getting married in Hampshire. Will you travel to my wedding?

Absolutely! I love travel and working at new venues. I’ll give you a tailored quotation based on your venue and take care of making my own travel arrangements. This makes it really easy for you.

I don't live near you. Can we do everything over the phone?

By all means! I understand how busy you both are, so if that works best for you, it’s fine by me. Let’s get to know each other by phone or video conference first of all, then booking me is a matter of filling out a very simple online form. After that, I’m happy to sort everything out with you by email.

Do you offer a photo booth service?

I don’t have the passport booth sort of set-up offered by specialist suppliers. Instead, I’m happy to bring studio gear and take professional portraits of your guests during the reception, if that’s of interest. They and you will have fun and get better photographs of themselves.

Do you offer videography?

I focus on still photography. Video isn’t my forte. That said, I’ve worked with some great video production teams, whom I’m happy to recommend. Contact me for details!

Bride and groom smile at each other in romantic portrait beside country stream


Fill in your details below and I’ll be in touch to confirm my availability. If you have any questions in the meantime, feel free to text or call me on 07907 313673.