last photo of the night as it sometimes works out that way! I saw some candles lit on the brick wall so I decided to use them to my advantage and capture this quick moment before they went to the after party at the bar! One of my favorites of all time!
It was indeed a great joy to be photographing this lovely Couple Allen and Hepzi at Andamans. It was a windy day as we weren't able to execute our ideas and then we decided to dance with the weather and that's when i got this idea so I asked Allen to go for a jump holding her hand and in the 3rd attempt I got his beautiful shot. credits to the couple for helping me grab this one.
The story behind the shot:
Most of my best ideas I come up with in the middle of the night. Sadly for my husband, I wake him up a lot screaming with excitement. This was one of those nights.
Having lived in Oregon for several years where growing cranberries are a big part of life, I remembered the Oceanspray cranberry commercial were the farmers stood in the bogs pitchfork in hand frowning. I knew I had to recreate it with a bride and groom!
During Marla and Terris intimate day at Island Home greenhouse , I spotted a pitchfork and shovel. This was it! This was my opportunity to get the shot! There was an area beside the greenhouse that had potted plants for sale. I placed them in the middle of the plants, and shot low as if they were standing in a field of flowers. It turned out to be my favorite shot of the day!
Kudos to all who's creativity impacted this day!
Venue: Island Home & Little Basin Villas
Bride & Groom: Marla Weaver & Terri Bazley
Hair and make up : Renae Palmer of Ciao Bella Salon & Spa in Islamorada
Flowers and wearable floral art : Stylish Stems
Dress and hair jewelry: Island Bridal
Lace wedding boots: House of Elliot Collection
Cake: Maggies Bakery
Invitations & More:Jenifer Barfield
Co - stylists: Key Destination Weddings and Events, & Stacia Morgan Photography
❤️ Dream big dreams!
It rained so much on Katie & Georges wedding day in Essex last month, but that would not put a dampener on the day or stop these two making the most of it. Last thing in the evening we ventured outside for a romantic shot in the rain! What an amazing couple, wish you lot's of happiness Katie & George.
ust call me Princess!
Do not we girls all dream of being princesses once in a while - princess wedding? A day when everything is perfect, the most important day in life. Many of you know how your life will look like this day.
The dear Jasmine Quast really looked like a princess when she gave the YES word to Prince Steven on 07.07.2017. A glittering dream of tulle, Jasmine's princess bridal dress and the matching Sissi hairstyle, made a real princess out of her and the princess wedding perfect that day.
The whole thing was also underlined by the two locations where we were allowed to take pictures, to the champagne reception we went to Villa Alwind in Lindau and the evening event in the New Castle Montfort to Tettnang.
There we were allowed to photograph the two in the historic castle rooms, here was also the picture that I may show you attached.
Well one year we were allowed to accompany Jasmin & Steven in their preparations for their perfect dream wedding and it was really a fantastic day.
Filled with energy, the couple we're very enthusiastic on the day of shoot and we got to know that they are enthusiastic always. So I wanted to create a special image for the couple.
Later I saw 3 boys practising backflip. I approached them and requested them to do it under a tree. They agreed and I told the couple to kiss each other standing next to the boys. Hence the picture.
This image shows how beautiful your wedding photos can look even when the weather is horrendous! It rained all day for Sacha and Rich's wedding at Ravens Ait Island in Kingston-Upon-Thames. But it didn't get them down. This is one of many shots where fun and romance blossomed in the gloomy weather.
I took this shot at the amazing wedding of Russell + Emma. It was at the beautiful Pear Tree Hotel in Worcester and I wanted to take a fun shot so we decided on throwing Emma into the sky! I set up an off camera flash with a mag sphere and took the shot on a canon 5d with a 16-35mm Lens. During edit, I decided on black and white because I think it brings out more of the image. I am so proud this image has got an award! It has to be one of my favourite images from my 2017 wedding season!
Jessica and Matt were married for the second time together. This time, they wanted something big. The Mission Inn in Riverside, Ca. was the perfect venue for them. During the reception, which was in a beautiful court yard, I could not stop staring at this big Love sign. My mind kept on imagining them next to it, but it was way up on a ledge. I was not sure if they would be up for climbing on it. So, I tried it myself to see if it was doable. Then I just asked them to do the shot and they said "Sure". I fluffed up the dress and helped them pose. Then I took the shot. It was just perfect.
This image was taken at Peckforton Castle set in beautiful grounds within Cheshire. It was snowing and the bride wasn't keen on many shots outside. This was taken in the great hall and the light was shining through the windows and I asked the couple to stand in the bright sunlight. I just think it's perfect light and the bride looks stunning.
This photograph was taken on the couple's pre-wedding shoot in Mumbai and it was a bit of fate and bit of on the feet thinking. I have photographed at this iconic place in Mumbai, Gateway of India, like a zillion times by now, but this time around there were chairs lined up for a govt. function. I saw a man carrying a trolley and I requested him to lend us the trolley for this photograph. I asked Azra to lie on the trolley and Murtuza to push it. We made couple of photographs and finally when it came to return the trolley, I asked them to kiss with her legs raised and then voila! It was a total fluke that her dress and the color of the chairs matched.