On the most beautiful day this couple walked through the city of Dordrecht to their party venue. They just got out of their boot, which brought them with their guests from one venue to the other. I was so happy that they enjoyed their day (and each other) so much!
In an oldskool factory, partly still in use, I wondered if something would happen if we did move one of the handles of the machine. The bride asked me not to say that in public that loud to her soon-to-be husband as he has his recalcitrant moments. He didn't hesitate and grabbed one of the handles. The face of the bride was priceless!
After all nothing happened :)
This is the final image taken during Ila & Prateek's engagement session, where I wanted to create a timeless moment that would also show the depth and strength I saw in the bond they shared. I was quite happy with this image being able to do both while also wonderfully encapsulating the energy of this gorgeous place, Humayuns Tomb in New Delhi.
A cold misty night in November, i spotted the potential for this picture at the start of the day. I went outside with a volunteer and ran a test shot and it looked great with a foggy mist bouncing the backlight around to form a halo, but when the couple came out within a few second the lightest of rain started leaving me with a whole lot more!
I had to do something extra special for this bride and groom as the bride was a good friend of my significant other. After much deliberation I decided to take this photo to the next level. What's more romantic than a gondola with the groom taking his lovers hand to kiss it? Classy, Romantic, Sophisticated. #lawrencereamphotography
I found this great piece of art in the corner of an old building a few weeks before this weddingshoot! I was thrilled do something with it. This shot was taken only a few seconds before their six children had found them and ran into and this totally romantic setting wich ofcourse turned into complete chaos after.
We don't get an awful lot of snow round these parts and when we do it seems despicably timed. So when I looked out of the window while these guys were eating dinner to see a light dusting of the stuff I jumped at the chance to get them out in it...and so did they!
It was a beautiful sunny day in the swiss alps. After the ceremony we went up to the swiss charlet "Startgels" in Flims to celebrate. After a stunning sunset we got an incredable moon rising over the mountains. For this photo my lovely couple was standing on the table while the best men through the brides dress into the air.
oh my god that place sucks so hot over there .. but the chemistry of the couple turns every thing cool...
they were so compatible , and were really adoring... this picture shows the idea of my imagination ..like:-
people fall in love but we jump,,, thats why we put the title of this picture is ....JUMP
"and I'm going to spend each day of the rest of my life loving you" Dan said earlier on this wedding day. This shot captures how especially fun each day of the rest of their lives may be. Love this bride and groom. Fantastic couple and exquisite evening.
Infancia - We also love it when children are the protagonists at weddings. She is the daughter of an intimate friend of the bride and since she is an infant, she did not care much about the ceremony that was being held, because she lives her childhood. The celebration was in a famed land in the city of Lleida (Spain).
The couple had a post-wedding reception planned in another city and I checked in the location where they were staying and had me put up. As I entered this corridor I was in love with the 'old world charm' it exuded. This frame felt like it was waiting for me to capture it. I quickly scanned the couple's wardrobe to customise their outfits and planned her hairdo to compliment the old world charm and romance the spot was calling for and there we were capturing a spontaneous memory for life. It's my personal favourite shot of the season and I'm thrilled Wedison panel acknowledged the effort.
This shot was done in wedding day, just 3 min before Church ceremony. Sebasitan (groom) was football trainer, look at the reflection in the car window you'll see young footballers waiting for favorite trainer ;)
In this shoot I've used icelight inside the car.
I live in Hämeenlinna, Finland, which is located in the Southern part of Finland. We have this very nice church nearby, which is told to be built during 1300-1500's. I rarely get to shoot weddings here, but when I do, it's the dream coming true all over again. There isn't any artificial lighting inside the church and the walls are covered with paintings. I love it, and so do the couples!
I and couple went to Waimanalo Beach before the ceremony. Because Yusuke and Nanami are a decent and fun couple, I tried to push their excitement more strong by asking them to make a silly face and show them each other, and right after yeah! we got the best moment on their wedding day at Oahu, loveliest island in the world.