London Wedding Photographer | F5 Photography | Rahul Khona
About me
I see myself as an artistic storyteller first and foremost. I use my camera to capture the story of your wedding

Being a Londoner I always think to myself how lucky am I to do this amazing job, if I can even call it that.

Taking pictures of people in love, capturing life at its absolute best. Have a glimpse into my life living in London with my family, my photography and more with this short video…

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel Jewish Wedding // Samantha & Jay

Jewish wedding at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London. Samantha & Jay’s epic Jewish wedding at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London

Outdoor Indian Wedding Essex // Chandni & Monil

Outdoor Indian wedding at Quendon Parklands in Essex. Chandni & Monil’s epic outdoor Indian wedding at Quendon Parklands in Essex

Jewish Wedding at Banking Hall London // Olivia & James

Jewish wedding at Bevis Marks Synagogue and Banking Hall. Olivia & James’ Jewish wedding at Bevis Marks / Banking Hall in London.

Indian Wedding at De Vere Wokefield Estate // Priya & Jaymish

Indian wedding and reception at De Vere Wokefield Estate in Reading. Priya & Jaymish’s beautiful Indian wedding and reception at De Vere Wokefield Estate.

A personal approach
London weddings – just my cup of tea
Your unique love story
Your wedding day – Your Way
Capturing the memories you deserve
A personal approach

Every wedding is unique, from the bride and groom to the guests and the music. So a formulaic approach to your photography can never really do justice to what makes you and your day special.

As a London Wedding Photographer I believe passionately that it’s my job to capture those differences, those unique moments, because they are the things that will mean the most and connect you with your day in years to come. I love creating images that blow couples away but it starts before I’ve even picked up the camera. By making sure you feel relaxed, and that I understand your personalities and relationship, I can get closer and reveal so much more.

Ultimately, we’re collaborators. I can’t do it without you, and great chemistry has been key to creating some of my favourite ever images. Once I’ve tuned into your frequency, I can let the professional instinct take over and craft shots that will still be knocking your socks off decades from now. It’s a tried and tested approach that has won me all kinds of awards. You can see some of my award-winning London wedding photos right here.

Just my cup of tea

Living on the outskirts of London means I’ve shot more weddings in the big smoke than any other destination.

I love photographing London weddings, the city always looks different every time you come to it, plus it’s absolutely bristling with incredible venues such Royal LancasterThe Landmark HotelGrand Connaught, Dartmouth HouseShoreditch House London, Great Barn at Headstone Manor, 8 Northumberland Avenue and more. But it doesn’t matter where you’ve chosen for your day, you’ll find the atmosphere is really distinctive and your shots will be brimming with plenty of timeless London style.

Your love story

Maybe you don’t have strong opinions on the kind of photos you want yet, or maybe you’re on your tenth Pinterest board about your wedding in London.

Either way, I’d love to hear any ideas you have and begin to percolate them into an approach that will get you excited. The secret to fantastic wedding photos is being in the right place at the right time, and understanding what couples care about most. So don’t hold back. Tell me everything. I want to hear about the atmosphere you want to create, the moments you’re most looking forward to – and any you’re not – the special people who are coming, and any who can’t. The more you tell me about your day in London, the better your wedding photos will be. Once I’ve tuned into your own emotions, I can begin to channel them into every single shot I take.

Your Way

Don’t get me wrong, posed wedding photos are fantastic and some of my favourite ever portfolio shots are portraits in London that took a little time to get right.

But the last thing I want to do is ask you and your guests to stand the way I want, or make you uncomfortable (in more ways than one). You deserve to enjoy yourselves, and those natural expressions and poignant moments are what I’ll be looking for. It’s more of a documentary approach than a traditional approach, which is why many of the awards I’ve won have been from the Wedding Photojournalist Association, This is Reportage and ISPWP. That reportage-style has always felt more genuine to me, and it allows me to melt into the background too.

Wedding photographer

If this all sounds like the kind of approach you want for your big day, and you think London is (or at least might be) where you want to have it, then give me a shout.

I’d love to hear more about you both and the plans you have in mind. Having said that, I’m just as happy on the road, whether its HertfordshireBuckinghamshireSurreyEssex or a destination wedding, so wherever you’re getting married, or engaged, I can tag along and make sure that when it’s all over you have the kind of memories you deserve.