One Hundred and Fourth Collection
For this couple their wedding was all about sharing the day with their loved ones and family. They didn't even want to take photos with just the two of them. Their only wish was to take a few photos near the tall sequoia trees. All in all, their love for each other tells a story on its own in this photo. We're so grateful to have captured it for them. A great thank you, again, to Wedisson for recognizing.
Autumnal vibes! loved Caroline’s & Jacks pops of colour throughout their wedding day, the colours were just perfect for this time of year. all the bridesmaids had different coloured dresses and it worked so well.
I love creative weddings that bring out the couple's personality, and have some fun with the group shots; they don't have to be boring. Congratulations Caroline’s & Jack.
The photo was taken in Limburg, a beautiful and tranquil place in Heerlen, featuring a pond and lovely sunlight. I immediately noticed the reflection that could complete the entire scene. However, there was one problem: no way to get to the opposite side of the water where the bride and groom were.
Now, you might wonder, "But you still took the photo."
That's correct; we're not easily deterred. I took out the drone, positioned it in the middle of the pond, just above the water. This way, I found the perfect angle to capture this photo!
Sunsets abroad seem so magical. Sophie and James wedding in Tuscany provided everything we needed to create this shot. Taking my couples away from their guests is always a fine balance between getting the shot and them spending vital quality time with their friends and family. It certainly paid off.
During the 103 collection I won a nice award with a photo of the Volfswagen Beetle. It was the 2nd award with this car. Now I win a second award with the same bridal couple, how cool is that. Photo taken at a location where I have already taken several award-winning photos. So everything comes together nicely this time.
I will never forget this moment. Don't ask me why but the bride and groom were opening the presents that the parents of the groom gave them and out of the blue the bride just randomly fell of her chair. She and her friend couldn't stop laughing. It was a moment to remember.