It may look a little funny. Thanks to the groom and the bride who like and cooperate with this show. The picture I want is a fun idea of the bride. She is playful, that is her personality I want to present.
I think shoes that float in the air. It will make people smile to see more or less.
The picture was taken in front of the bride's house. At the moment she walked to the car, I saw her reflection in the car and knew that it would be a nice picture. At this moment she was preparing to get in the car, while the groom was waiting for her to get in.
It was not just great, it was a hurricane! The wedding of Harry and Dasha resembled an excellent youth party. Here, absolutely everything, including parents, was sensations of the same age, mood and charge of unrestrained energy. Rock and roll is alive, friends!
Jane and Jon's Wedding.. and what a rollercoaster of a journey we had together. As Jane's dad was called in I had a funny feeling there was going to be a generous display of emotion - luckily for me the makeup artist had placed a huge mirror in just the right place to get both reactions - priceless. It's these moments I shoot for, the little glimpses of legitimate beautiful emotion through photojournalism.
Just love the "feel" of this photo, a beautiful intimate moment between Aleksandra and John. The only way to emulate this feel in a photo is to be physically close and be right there with them - but couples only allow you that privilege when you've gained their trust so they feel they can be themselves in your presence - it's almost like you disappear....its that relationship that we work most hard to build...but when it allows you to capture moments like this it's worth it!
This bride and groom are longtime sweethearts and almost neighbours. We loved the ride in this beautiful white Porsche, which was the grooms pick for the wedding. We enjoyed this wedding very much, since the bride is our niece. We held her when she was a baby, gave her bottles of milk and clean diapers and hushed her into sleep. I am proud that this photo was won a Wedisson Award and send her and her husband a special message to celebrate this while they are on their honeymoon.
Hong Kong can be so impressive just like this lovely couple. They knew about this wonderful spot in Sai Kung. It was far to travel but definitely worth the effort of going there. This couple got married a couple of weeks later and I was very blessed to capture their wedding day as well.
Because it was raining on the wedding day of this couple, they had chosen for an old abandoned factory.
And we were so grateful for this rainy day: what a amazing place!
Not an easy job due to the lack of light. With a little help of the magmod and controlling the light we were able to shoot really fantastic pictures.
And this picture was by far our favorite!
Hard wind, rainy day... I send the couple up on the top of a dune. They were holding their umbrella's against the wind, struggling with the storm and beautiful Dutch clouds behind 'm. And as i am a lover of landscape photo's I new this picture was going to be awesome. One of my favourites of that day!
Beside the purple ridges of the dense Aravalli hills stretching in every direction, and the shimmering lake Pichola, Udaipur has an unmatched romance in Rajasthan and in all of India too. Magnificent palaces, temples, mansions, tranquil boat rides, bustle of the ancient bazaars and timeless streets add beauty to this city’s natural splendour. Tagged as one of the most romantic spot on the continent, one can not argue much about it. Undoubtedly, there is so much love in the air that makes Udaipur as one of the most sought after wedding destinations. When we went out to shoot Sushant & Vaishnavi, we had so much time and space that helped us to frame timeless portraits of the couple in exquisite locations. The dress, mood, lighting - everything just fell in place. Like this shot we framed at the Ahar Museum. How do you like it?
What I love about wedding photography is having to be creative no matter what. This wedding took place in downtown Raleigh, NC and we had planned on going outside to capture some amazing skyline photos. However, the weather had a different idea and a literal monsoon started as soon as we started to walk outside. Wanting to get something more artistic and creative, I used the open balcony and glass "divider" along with the light fixture to add drama into their portrait.
Ruth and Chris married at Brighton Pavilion before heading to Lancing Beach, where this image was taken. This was an unposed moment when were all heading back up to their reception venue (Perch on Lancing).
This image is extra beautiful to me because the water is unedited.
This is a photo that I really wanted to do because I always try to give another point of view to all the moments of a wedding. I like weddings because you always have many possibilities to do new things, to see things from different planes. Each wedding is different and this is one of my favorite photos, I think it has a lot of strength and it seems that the viewer gets into the dress.
For me, emotion is everything on a wedding day. Being there to capture genuine moments throughout the day is just the most fun thing in the world and these guys gave me so many! Their wedding day was full of laughs and joy and it was a real pleasure to be there with them shooting frames like this one. Their venue (Odo's Barn in Kent) was a beautiful backdrop and provided so many awesome options when we took some time out to grab some portraits. Becky and Richard: thank you for being awesome and for giving me the trust and freedom to shoot images like this!
I try to give every client I capture a sparkler night photo, which is a long exposure shot with myself running like a headless chicken around the couple with a 70cm sparkler. So much fun. And normally the shot is a one exposure shot, but with this particular photo I wanted to photograph the stars in Dullstroom, South Africa, and I knew to capture the stars and to capture the sparkler I needed two exposures because the technique to achieve the individual shots is different. So the final image is a composite of two exposures, and the car in the photo is such a special car to the couple so when I added the car element it made the photo very special!
Things did not go as we had planned for this shot...we had planned a beach shot , But coz it started raining the location was closed down...but as its rightly said Sometimes Not Getting What You Want is a Wonderful Stroke Of Luck....same happened here...Saw this beautiful place while our way back....And could capture the couples lovely moment....
This photo was captured during a lovely wedding at Madingley Hall, Cambridge. This was one of my favourite weddings. The gardens of Madingley were really beautiful plus there was this long arch way of trees which I was really excited to include in the portrait photos. Jonathon and Negin were amazing to photograph. They were so happy together, which really shone through in the photos.