The Covid virus and state's restrictions have wreaked havoc on a lot of weddings this year. Only the most determined and adaptable couples have been able to still pull off…
Focus Photography has been helping New Hampshire couples document their weddings since we opened our studio in 2005. We’re based in Maine, but shoot more weddings in New Hampshire than we do in Maine (go figure!).
We offer complete album collections, multiple photographers for your whole wedding day, smaller events with only 1 photographer, and intimate celebrations that only need a few hours of photography.
A few things you should know about us:
We believe weddings should be a Relaxed Experience. We’ve photographed hundreds of weddings, and have a system to help you have an easy, stress-free day.
Chaos Is Bad!
We’ll plan a photo timeline with you weeks before your wedding, so everyone will know where they’re supposed to be, and when. You’ll Have confidence, calmness and clarity, not chaos!
Laughter Is Good! As one our recent bride’s put it,
“Scott’s groomsmen couldn’t stop talking about how funny Will was when he worked with the guys. And these are tough guys.”
We’re Orientation Inclusive – It doesn’t matter to us if your spouse is a man, woman, or a martian.
Love is Love, after all.
And the martian thing would be pretty cool.
Learn more about all we offer on this page, and you can request to have all our information emailed to you as well.
Thank you, and as New Hampshire wedding photographers, we appreciate you having your wedding in the Granite State!
This wedding has awesome dance pictures, a first look, a ceremony in the vineyard, and a cool couple who knew how to let loose and enjoy their party.
I asked Lisa and Chris to tell me a little about their wedding, their bridal party, and the details of their wedding day to give you a little of their story as you look at some of my favorite images from their wedding. I hope you enjoy the post! - Will
This was a travelling wedding back in the fall of 2007 - Theresa got ready in New Hampshire; Chris in Massachusetts; the ceremony was in No. Andover, MA; then portraits…