This photo was taken on the Montenegrin mountain range in the Carpathians. The newlyweds had to overcome a difficult tourist route and spend the night in a tent. Bad weather the day before had overtaken us on Lake Brebeneskul. For this photo we went down the mountain stream and found a very picturesque place. The bridegroom Eugene and the bride Renata will long remember these adventures!
Kajal & Mayur's wedding at the gorgeous De Vere Staverton Estate was such a wonderful celebration of joy and love. When we came onto tossing Kajal's bouquet I was spoiled for choice for locations, but eventually I settled on a neutral background to frame the moment - keeping the focus and energy entirely on the moment. Getting into position with my trusty 1Dx I fired off 20 frames hoping to perfectly get the bouquet centered in the picture; and this is the result!
After being afraid of a rainy weddingday for weeks, we got one of the most beautiful days this summer. Excited as we were we went all out and jumped into this beautiful cornfield that was practically in their backyard! This is probably my favourite picture of their wedding day, everything come together.. and look at that beautiful veil! They were beautiful.
Bruges is well-known for this beautiful touristic places but this venue is a hidden treasure in the centre of the city.
It's a former site of a mediaval cathedral, demolished in 1799 and extensive archaelogical remains, plus some city walls have been preserved in the basement of a hotel.
The indirect light in this site is amazing and together with the magmod, anything is possible! An incredible location for wedding photography.
Hugely proud to accept another award from Wedisson.
Kirsten & Tim had such a fantastic wedding in the hills of Derbyshire. It was incredibly relaxed, and the sun shone all day making for a fabulous set of pictures as it dropped over the horizon. This picture is just one of many, but ultimately one that portrays everything around that moment, just them, being themselves on their wedding day.
This lovely couple took us with them for there shoot to Limburg, The Netherlands.
The fotoshoot location looks like it was somewhere abroad. But this beautiful place is really The Netherlands.
I asked the couple to walk up to the stairs, from the other side I waited for the this composition, to shoot this picture through the fountain.
The sun was shining, lighten up the drops like sparkles. It was really a beautiful day!
When the weather's been a little unfavourable during a wedding day, I love to see if we can pop outside during the evening for a few extra-special photos. Using the lovely Dunston Hall as a backdrop, this lovely couple were more than happy to get a little damp to create something unique. With a simple one-flash setup we kept time in the rain to a minimum and all I can really add is that the couple absolutely love the photo!
Shot with a Fuji XT2 & 23mm 1.4; single Godox V860II flash behind the couple and a Godox X1T-F trigger on the camera.
I am a Dutch destination wedding photographer. I This photo i shot of a lovely couple in a typical Dutch little village: Maasland in South Holland when you go there, you go back in time. I love the Golden Age the 17th Dutch Century when the painting masters lived. Like Rembrandt, VanGogh, Vermeer, Jan Steen ... the beautiful, typical Dutch light and clouds they painted.
This lovely couple stood in a Dutch country field with cows and a big bull where they celebrated their wedding and jumped of happiness. I like Toscane in Italy where shot 2 feedings but i always will love The Dutch country scenery. Thank you for the Award! i humbly love to accept that.
Marianne and Jason wanted to be sure we could get some nice images by a family member's Corvette. So we took some standard images, but they weren't exciting me enough. The sun was setting and it was so beautiful. I decided to set up a flash with modifier and had the bride hold it in front of them to illuminate their faces. It took a tweak or two but they were blow away by what was created, and that made me thrilled! I was able to capture the sunset and the Corvette in one image for them.
The videographer asked the girls to throw the boquet in the air. What followed was a scramble to catch the boquets a pesky heel getting caught up in the dress and a slow mo fall to the ground. They all had a good giggle about it afterwards. No bridesmaids were harmed in the taking of this photo.
The moment we reached this location - a dried up river bed previous day evening of the shoot..we fell in love with the beauty of the gentleness of the nature here. Completely surrounded by green moss and fog it looked ethereal .We excitedly started clicking pictures with the jeep ..after a few shots we thought of moving to a different location . And to our shock ..the jeep struck in the mud.Even after several attempts to push it ..it didn't budge an inch. So we left the jeep there overnight. You can still see the damp mud on the tyres in the picture. We reached the location again in the wee hours of next day early morning to try moving the jeep ...but was pleasantly surprised of the sight we saw. It was just perfect. Was so happy and satisfied to get this shot of this adorable couple Rikith and Anagha. Sometimes nature surprises us .Realised its always good to re visit certain locations . We never know what sights await us.
This moment was completely spontaneous.
We were waiting to go into the venue and the bridesmaids kind of got themselves in a line and started doing cool things like this.
It was just about to storm so the sky was very dramatic and every one could hear thunder!
This was Kelly & Toms first moment alone as husband and wife just after they got married. They are childhood sweethearts and one of the loveliest couples you could meet. They have spent over 10 years planning their day, I think you can see how much they love each other.
English Sunset - They are Carlos and Cristina, Spaniards living in London UK. For me and for them this moment was very special, for them for everything lived there and for me for having the mission as a wedding photographer to capture the magic of the instant. The sunset marked the time and the needles of the emblematic clock the moment, the capture was difficult by the traffic of vehicles but in the end, we obtained the result that we were looking for.