This was the lovely wedding day of Rumiana and Miroslav. Their crazy and smiled friends wanted to lift him in the air and his reaction at the moment was just priceless. Here are the best man, some of their closest friends and half of the wedding planners. The day was filled with lots of smiles, emotions and the endless love of these two young people.
Simon and Melanie from Germany have decided to spend their big day in the Tuscan countryside, near San Quirico d'Orcia, a few kilometres from Siena. In a wonderful day of may, from the warm colours, typical of the Tuscan spring, this is one of the photos taken after the ceremony, during the romantic walk at sunset in the charming and gentle hills of Siena.
In a breathtaking setting, a section of shots that the couple it was able to reinterpret with elegance and passion: love and marvel!
This photo was taken at a wedding in Montevideo. After the ceremony we took some pictures of the couple with sunset background.
Michelle and Martin are a fun couple. We started taking pictures in the route when the bride plan this pose, I saw a backlight would be perfect. I love when the couple enjoy the photos in this way.
This wedding took place in Wroclaw (Poland) in late summer (september). It was small but beautiful wedding and very emotional ceremony. This foto was made from the street in one of the cafes in the old part of the city, in one of the most beautiful streets. It was an old Jewish street. There is a lot of historic buildings and feel the amazing atmosphere of the past years. And I love black and white photography.
This picture it´s part of Judith and Greig Destination Wedding in Portugal. At the moment we were taking pictures of the bride in the living room of the Seteais Hotel, where she got ready. I ask the bride, just before living for the ceremony, as we were in hurry, one last photo catching the amazing garden and view. As she open the doors a strong wind enter in the room and I only had time to take 3 pictures before living, as the bride looked to the horizon and left in the hurry to meet her husband to be!! So, besides I asked the bride to open the doors, this is a very natural and candid photo, because I didn´t asked for anything else, I only appreciate the way the curtains moved as she looked to the horizon and looked for the best point of view.
What a wonderful day it was. Dutch beauty Pauline got married to her British prince Rob. The wedding venue was not just any venue, it was the bride's parents' home. What a stunning place to live! The day was highlighted by the enormous amount of DIY elements. And by a huge thunderstom that disrupted the diner for a moment, but let's not talk about that. After the ceremony, I was in position to capture the bride and groom as they were welcomed by their beloved ones. I was standing a few meters away, planning to shoot them with my 85mm. I had a lovely shot in mind and I was all set to make it happen.
But suddenly, confetti was shot into the air from all sides. I had not been informed that this was going to happen! While rushing towards the couple, I quickly switched to my other camera, which had my new 15-30mm lens attached. In a split second I decided that a super wide shot would look awesome with all the confetti, and I have not regretted this decision. A photograph loaded with color and action was the result, and I love it!
That day I was shooting an engagement session. The couple was very easygoing, cheerful and excited about the session.
In our random walk I've noticed that the church doors were open. What astounded me the most were the lovely candles in combination with the backlight (trough the glass door).
Right away I imagined their silhouettes and asked them to stand near the door.
For me it looked very interesting to put the candles in the foreground because those warm colours gave a special touch to the atmosphere of the photo and made a strong contrast with the backlight and their dark silhouettes.
The lovers spontaneiously gave each other a tender kiss and I captured it! :)
I was delighted when Rafaela & José invited me to go to Madrid to shoot their engagement photos. They are a lovely couple and Madrid is a great city... full of amazing architecture! We visited the Royal Palace and took pictures in the grounds. The view is stunning and you can see the Catedral de la Almudena that I thought it was the perfect background for this shot.
This idea was pre conceived months before their wedding. The husband is an architect and he loves old buildings like this and this is perhaps one of the oldest estate to remain standing in Singapore. He brought me to the estate and simply told me, he wanted a shot here during their wedding. The rest is pretty much history. To us its very important that client communicate their ideas with us and we as professional will think of ways and means to execute it that brings the photo to life. Photos that last a lifetime. Lastly, we are honor to be awarded and be among some of the best wedding photographers around the world on wedisson.
It was taken in Gomel at groom's place. When almost all the guests had left the party Bride remembered that she had a Chinese lantern and decided to launch it into the sky. It took almost a minute to heat the air inside the lantern. The picture was taken a few seconds before the lantern flew.
Indian Weddings are all about colour and lots of it! This bride is wearing a traditional Indian Lengha in the colour palette of the year, Marsala. With Jewels, Indian brides are covered in everything from toe rings, to hand pieces to layers of necklace and headpieces. Our bride is wearing a choker necklace with a waterfall draped longer piece.
A headpiece that fits like a crown with a centre bindi piece. The makeup stylist, Toby Wesenberg used bold earth tones with golds and brown to enhance this beautiful bride. Her lips were coloured in a burgundy to bring the look together. The hair style was a unique side braid with white flowers by Blue Sage Farm - Floral Design to bring this bride up to par in tradition and elegance. The wedding took place in Okanagan, BC. a destination location for brides of all sorts. The Okanagan Valley is known for top location to say "I do".
Location: Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Ashley and Anton are avid golfers and accordingly they wanted to incorporate their passion for the sport when choosing the venue for their destination wedding. They found the perfect location at the Hilton Rose Resort and Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica at the historic 18th century aqueduct ruins overlooking the greens of the Cinnamon Hill Golf Club. These aqueducts were originally used to irrigate sugar cane plantations, bringing fresh water down to the crops from the hills above. Their wedding ceremony took place as the sun was setting over the lush green hills of Montego Bay. This photo was captured just after the sun had set, leaving the sky full of beautiful pink and grey tones.
Growing up, we had this sun window and the windows were paned. I used to sit in the windows and play with the shadows with my hands, intersecting them and watching them break all over my skin. When we arrived at the Duke Mansion, in Charlotte NC for this bridal portrait, this shot was not part of my original workflow. As I was waiting for the bride to complete her hair and makeup, I entered this room and saw a similar scene with the window, the sun and the shadows pushing through the paned window and set forth to use this window sill in some fashion to take advantage of the natural light and shadows. I played with a couple of scenarios – all of which included the natural light, and finally settled on this one. The bride’s face thatched by the shadows and barely visible, but the rest of her completely in the light. She looks so deep and mysterious in this image. Maybe those waning moments before she walks the aisle to meet her future husband, maybe just thinking about everything that is about to happen.
It was early evening here in Vitória / ES, the little bridesmaid wanted to eat the candies before the wedding, so her mother told her that she just could eat them after the bride said it was ok. So, right after the wedding ceremony, she went to the bride, that at that moment thought she was gonna get a kiss, but instead of that, the little bridesmaid just asked: ''may I eat the candies now?'
This couple wanted to capture themselves in historical center of Saint-Petersburg, avoiding crowded places and traffic. Which seems impossible... if you're on the ground. Cruising across rivers and channels we managed to create that feeling. People and cars were out of sight. Water, buildings and other objects created various reflections. As a result — calm atmosphere and beautiful shots
The photo was taken in the Sarajevo City Hall, an old neo-moorish architecture building. We were lucky to be allowed to have a photosession there after closing time, so it was empty, as soon as we entered I had the idea to show the architecture around the bride and groom dancing. So I used my 14mm lens on a full frame camera to get the perspective and the wide shot. I needed an ultra-wide lens to catch them dancing as well as the colorful glass roof.
This picture was taken at the head of the fjord in a place called Skjolden in the western part of Norway. The rain was pouring down, but Christianne and Odd-Geir didn't care. They still wanted to have their wedding photos taken outside. Just minutes before the wedding dinner started, the rain stopped, and the light was magical. We rushed down to the pier, and got this amazing photo. Her dress was soaking wet, but she couldn't stop smiling the whole day, as he did, everytime he looked at her.
On a beautiful warm sunny day in the beginning of july, the father of the bride drove his own car to collect his enchanting daughter Vanessa.In this moment of happy anticipation...The slightly sad smile of the father who is about to "loose" his only daughter...The swift glance between bride and groom...this snapshot was made.
The fairytale ceremony was open air under a century old tree in the castle grounds of Hertefeld in the small town of Weeze in Germany.
This photo was taken in unusual situation. In rush, before registration, all the accessories for photoshooting forgotten at home.
The bride was very upset and even cried. But I convinced her, that its not necessary to be so upset and the most importamt thing is her mood.
I put her on the bridge and told her to do whatever she wants, as long as it was fun.
This couple grew up around this beach in The Netherlands. It’s called Veere in Zeeland. I never stage a moment, I just let them be and make sure I capture that real moment of true love. You can feel they love the beach and each-other. It’s their moment, I am just a witness with my camera ;)
Jessica and Miguel Angel´s greatest day took place between Illpango lake and the salvadoran coast at the peak of the lake´ crater.The lake's peak were the ceremony took place gets very windy wich helped us capturing with more intensity the love displays the couple was giving to each other.
The bride wore Pronovias and the wedding was held at Tres piedras summer getaway of acclaimed sculpture artist Guillermo Perdomo
First of all, the venue was great. The couple had chosen this place to their weds just for this beautiful mansion with huge gardens. Almost everyone had to travel +100miles to this place and that´s a lot in Finland. The photo was taken just second before the first look and I think the bride was as excited as I was, groom was waiting on the other side of this marvellous garden and when they met each other, moment was so emotional that I had to hide behind my dslr and wipe my tears off. Bride and groom was so deeply in love that I think they didn´t even notice me while shooting around them.
My wife and I were hired to travel to Cancun, Mexico for the wedding of an amazing couple, John and Lindsey. As it turned out, three of her closest friends, including this brave bride, Jaime, were all recently married and would be celebrating with a four-way bridal session on the beach. Near the end of the session, Jaime decided to go for a little swim in the ocean