Interesting vintage style spiral staircases are pretty hard to come by in The Netherlands. When this couple told us they arranged a possibility to take some of their wedding photos at Landgoed de Paltz (Soest, NL) we were delighted to have this opportunity. The Herman van Veen Art Center on this estate provides great scenery in every room and space it offers. This bird-eye shot was taken from the second store down and offers a sweet and spontaneous embrace of these lovebirds.
Just before the groom came in, she opened the window to check out where mister groom was outside at that moment...
the light on the painting was perfect. It was like the guy on the painting was watching what was happening at that moment... It took me just one click to make the magic happen! What a lovely bride!
When these ladies asked me to take a picture from a very high tower, I must say I was a bit scared….But when I was shooting (while shaking in my boots) I could already see that this was a perfect picture. As they walk side by side, they start the next chapter in their lives….it was a beautiful moment...
St George's Hall in Liverpool, UK is one the most beautiful venues I have ever shot at. This room, The Great Hall is regularly used for filming TV and film productions. This space in particular was used for Fantastic Beasts and where to find them. A lot of wedding photographers prefer to shoot on the upper balconies that are bathed in natural light. The floor level here has no windows and more difficult to shoot, which is why i love it so much. As soon as i saw the stained glass, organ and beautiful chandeliers there was no way I was going to stay on the balcony and get the 'safe' shot. I took this using two AD200's. The first placed directly behind the brides pointing upwards to seperate them from the background and a second light camera right with grid to light the brides. This was edited out in post.
We photographed this couple nestled within the gorgeous forest surrounding Elk Ridge Resort, SK. We wanted to create a magical fairytale atmosphere for their first dance. As the sun slowly lowered in the sky, its rays were gently captured by the smokey haze hanging in the trees, adding to the romantic feeling in the air.
Mandeep & Madhu were deep in love with each other. They wanted their shot at some adventurous place. It was a cold evening. After a beautiful sunset shoot we were winding up thing and I saw couples walking towards the peak to experience the amazing view. Just captured this moment which shows the true love and affection towards each other.
The couple got married in the old Castle in Dussen (the Netherlands) After the ceremony I wanted to make use of the two chandeliers in the room. When everybody left the room, I made this picture using one of the camera flashes.
Check our website blog for some more pictures of that great wedding day!
When exploring a beautiful country farm venue in the Lake District, UK, I just knew that this lake, with it's gorgeous little bridge and fairy tale setting, would need to be shot at night. I came back after dark with the couple in tow to capture it. "It was worth the wet toes!" the bride said after seeing the image. I wholeheartedly agree!
What rugbymnen do when a team member is getting married? They have fun! In the sunset of the day, during the cocktail, when people release the pressure, they exult joy and you get fun and cool photos!!! Thanks to C & L for theit trust. They were beautiful!
This one is a double exposure shot taken during the post-wedding session of Sam and Rutu. There's something so amazing about this couple that I wanted to create a shot which shows their love beyond the lifetimes. Made this shot with the same concept in mind and it is a great feeling that it found it's place in Wedisson's 49th Collection.
Every bride is an art in her own self. We shot this image while our lovely bride was getting ready for her big day. We are crazy about working on lights, angles, and creative post-production. A photograph should talk about art and creativity. We even love working on photographs where not everything is shown yet it showcases emotions, style, details, art, and elegance. Talking about this photograph, we have worked on everything. The use of light, angle, double exposure and last but not the least who doesn't love a black&white photograph.