He scooped her up and made her his! What an amazing love story these two have. High school sweethearts that lost touch after heading off to college. Years later they found each other again. He wasn’t going to miss one more opportunity to make her his wife, and she said yes! Love these two!
A slight tropic thunderstorm in the Dominican Republic rolled in after the ceremony which almost put a damper on photos but the couple enjoyed cocktail hour and as soon as the storm passed we popped out of the event cover and snapped this great moment. Of course I had to lay in the wet grass to make it happen and get rid of all the resort distractions and buildings behind them! Would do it again in a heartbeat! Loved this trip and couple! So much fun!
Mark & Meike live in Holland now, but met eachother on Aruba on a kite surf event. So when
Mark asked Meike to marry him they wanted to get married on Aruba! And we took some pictures with Mark his kite on the spot
where they saw eachother for the first time.
On this Dutch and Indian wedding, I captured this photo of the bride. The groom had just opened the bottle with a knife he had been given by his study friends. Since the bottle now had sharp edges, the bride went all in and poured the champagne right in her mouth. Still a lady.
This photo was taken on Posbank in The Netherlands. A not that typical Dutch landscape. It's a place with hills and valleys full with heather and woods. But the most typical Dutch was the weather: A little bit rain, a little bit sun and beautiful Dutch clouds.
We had a pretty gloomy day here in the UK for Katie & Lee's wedding at South Farm, and fog started to appear in the early evening, so I was looking at ways to be creative. A car coming up the driveway at the venue, with its headlights on illuminating the fog around the trees, inspired me to put a MagMod and a speedlight behind my couple to capture this image! It was the perfect end to an awesome day :-)
Mandy & René celebrate a Wedding in bohemian style with so much love and happiness. Both souls are so special, filled with love and wonderful personalities. They had such a wonderful day with many small unique specials. Even at the end of there marriage celebration they had a Indians tradition to complete the promise to each other. It was such a honor to be part of this wedding.
Photo taken on the beach in the city of Leba. The bride's veil was over 5 meters and the strong wind made it much easier for me to make a nice composition for the photo. Karolina and Lukasz were very positive and worked great and the result of our work is this photo
When we have so enthusiastic couple for photo shoot the end result is always special. The main idea was to show the deepness of the love they share in a very romantic background. The lampshade is about to switch off, the door is about to get closed, two souls is about to be one.
Guillermo was proposed to this beautiful lady on The Top Of The Rock with NYC View. It was noon time and the sun was harsh and creates a lot of unpleasant shadow on faces. Even though, I have been able to capture great shots by using the glass reflection and covering her face with his face while they enjoying that special moment of her saying "YES"
The more I was taking pictures of this beautiful couple the more I was falling in love with the results. Everything was so unexpected. In between locations, I came across this particular setting and the view was emotional for me. I took the opportunity to take a snapshot of the couple without them paying attention. You can see in your own eyes the results. I have always loved this mixture of modernism and nature.
When you ask your couple what’s your requirement and they say “we want a photograph with a giraffe!”
After chasing a Camera shy giraffe for 35 minutes to get in the frame when you give up and decide to not move for the next 20 minutes you realise giraffes also have heart. And YES ... it probably looked at our sad faces and decided to walk straight into our frame with big SMILE !
Taking this image was not actually part of the plan at all! After a 3 hour photo shoot, the sun had set and we started walking towards our cars. Then, I saw beautiful colors in the sky just when the sun had set behind the lake and there was a hut, which had no lights, but, it was painted white from inside. Being a part time landscape photographer (who obviously loves sunsets & sunrises), i got an idea to fuse two genres of photography: Landscape and Couples Portraiture.
So, i quickly asked my couple to hop out of the car for one last image and luckily, they still had the patience to get photographed after a long photoshoot! I setup the tripod, took 3 exposure brackets of the scene without the couple and finally asked my friend (who was assisting me that day) to hold the flash and point it up towards the ceiling of the hut and asked the couple to sit in the center. I was blown away when i saw the image in my camera, as i never imagined the flash would light up the hut and the surroundings so naturally. I was very glad i had the patience to give my idea a shot and it worked out really well! Finally, i blended all the photographs together, I got this final image.
One of the most romantic evenings for Mahima & Nikhil during their pre-wedding shoot at The Lodhi Gardens. The silhouette at the 15th century architectural marvel says it all! The couple met at this very place for the first time and planned the pre-wedding shoot to re-live some precious memories from their first meeting.
This picture was shot in Fort kochi, Kerala during Sanjay and Sangeetha's pre wedding shoot .
I am always fond of taking couple pictures in a beautiful landscape showing the serenity and solitude. So once I reached Fort kochi I was searching for such a location and found this and the lovely couple elevated the beauty in the frame!!!!
Location: Fort kochi
Shot for : Octograph Studios