One Hundred-Third Collection
This shot is taken around Villa Oud-Groevenbeek in the area of Ermelo (NL). A hidden gem in regard of great settings for a wedding shoot. On a hot day in June 24 we had the honors to join E&W on their super chill and oozing wedding day. The Estate Groevenbeek offers a lot of overwhelming backgrounds, but when we entered this over 100 year old grape greenhouse there was no doubt what to do here. Classic pose of one of the sweetest couples we ever met. Much obliged!
Absolutely loved this day, so much fun, love and laughter. I always enjoy a good confetti run and with this one I wanted to stay cropped in on the couple to capture their emotions. I feel it also shows how tight in everyone was. More intimidating the better. LOL!
This photo was taken on a warm summer evening in my hometown. We had luck with the beautiful blooming wild flowers that were on their best during this shoot. I gave the couple several tasks, so that they did not think about the camera, but could relax and laugh. So glad with the result!
This shot was taken at The Granary Estates in Newmarket here in the UK. Sasha & Adam trusted me enough to pull them away from their wedding guests and their wedding breakfast to get this shot. The sky was just perfect. I'd visualised this shot earlier in the day and prayed for the right balance of conditions to achieve it. I think we won on the day. Thank you to my couple and to Wedisson for the award. Win Win situation.
In the magical morning light of a stunning heathland, the newlyweds embrace each other tenderly, gazing deeply into each other's eyes. The first rays of the rising sun paint the sky above them in brilliant shades of gold, and the entire world seems to glisten with pure love.
The looks they share are filled with promises of a life full of adventures, challenges, and happiness. The raindrops serve as only a subtle reminder that life can be unpredictable at times, but with each other by their side, they are ready to weather any storm.
This moment was an absolute joy to capture. As the day was coming to an end I noticed the wedding venue still left out the chairs form the ceremony and the light shining from the pavilion just gave it this epic atmosphere. I knew then I had to get my bride and groom in the photo for this shot.
Inge and Dennis rented this beautiful vintage van. So I knew I wanted to do something artistic with it. After they had lunch in the van, I thought it could be nice to pretend it would be night and light up their faces with flashes and then we created this image. I love trying out new things especially when the result turns out to be pretty cool 😎 don’t you think?
We had run out of time during reception drinks to get all of the photos of the couple and I knew I wanted to capture some sunset images for them, so with their permission I pulled them away from their wedding breakfast between main and desert to capture this and several other photos in a speedy 5 minutes before heading back in to finish their meal.