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Here you can keep up with all my latest work!

I post every single wedding I photograph on my blog. You will see weddings from Devon, Somerset, Cornwall and many other parts of the UK.

I post all sorts of weddings so look out for farm weddings, handfastings, DIY weddings, eco-friendly green weddings, woodland weddings and all sorts of other unique celebrations!

Harriet & Matthew | Purton House Wedding Photography

Anna & Will | Hartland Abbey Wedding Photography

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Year in Pictures | 2021 | Documentary Wedding Photography Devon

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Year in Pictures | 2020 | Micro Wedding Photography Devon

Ella & Kieran | Outdoor Wedding Photography Devon

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Hannah & Lawrence | Great Wood Camp Wedding Photography

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Holly & Gareth | Holsome Park Wedding Photography

Kat & Mat | Quirky Woodland Wedding Photography

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Jade & Richard | Cornish Tipi Wedding Photographer

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Rebecca & Tim | Sharpham Gardens Wedding Photography

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Beth & Ed | Neadon Barn Wedding Photography

2019 in Pictures | Dartington Wedding Photographer

She just gets it. Her photography is special.

“Emma has a certain power as a photographer which means, all biases aside, she transcends the standard (dare I say boring?) Wedding photographers out there. At mine and Adam’s Handfasting she captured the beauty in every lost shoe, a wooden sword, an ashtray, a stray flower, a nervous laugh or even a bit of stress when something goes a little stray from the plan. In short, she will flit around like a dragonfly, disappearing and re-emerging, catching every sparkle you may want. That is the power of Emma Stoner – she just gets it. Her photography is special.”

Janey and Adam

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