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Capturing the big day with a creative film-maker’s eye

Emma Moseley and Stuart McNamara of Ebony & Pearl photography studio take a natural, ‘documentary-style’ approach to weddings, and this year they plan to introduce a video service as well as still photography

9th February, 2020
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Ebony & Pearl have adopted their own documentary wedding style

Emma Moseley and Stuart McNamara wanted to bring something new to the wedding photography market when they set up Ebony & Pearl, their Dublin studio, in 2007.

The couple offer a “documentary-style” wedding photography service, priced from €1,599, and photographic portraits costing from €295. They worked with 100 clients in Ireland last year.

“We adopted our own style, which was more about documenting the wedding day than choreographing it,” said Moseley.

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