Blog By Helma | 24-04-18
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Ask any couple who are going to get married and you'll know that it takes a great effort to pick up that one photographer who they believe would take breathtaking pictures of their wedding.
Sadly, for the Unwins from Cheshire in England, their wedding photography was no less than a disaster. Instead of clicking the couple, their photographer was more focussed on capturing weird pictures of the bridesmaids' bums and cleavage.
Steph Unwin, a 29-year-old nurse, and her husband Paul had hired David Kilcourse as their wedding photographer in 2015. The duo booked the photographer after looking at his pictures and they quite liked them.
The package included photography of the bride getting ready with photographs of the ceremony, meal and evening party also. He also promised to provide them with an album, prints, edited images and a CD of photographs, but he did not fulfilled any of them.
When the couple finally received the photographs, there were only 70 photos of the bride, 11 of the groom and not even a single photograph of his parents.
There were 96 bridesmaid pictures including inappropriate shots.
He’d taken 1636 images and 559 were out of focus. He called them 'misfires'.
He took pictures of one of my bridesmaid’s breasts, some of her bum. There were more pictures of just the bridesmaids than anything else. I’m sure he was doing that on purpose.
The couple didn't receive any album as promised and were given the pictures via a disk after many complaints.
Regretting missing out the beautiful moments of their wedding, Mrs Unwin will not let him repeat the same fiasco. She said: We have so many moments missing from our big day. I'll do anything to stop him doing this to anyone else
The couple were extremely disappointed with their wedding photographs, took Kilcourse to County Court in September 2016 and won £601 after he failed to defend himself.
Even after all this, the photographer accused the couple of ruining his business and it was the bad weather that ruined the Unwins' wedding pictures.