Pre-wedding photo made in one of the most beautiful beaches of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro. the sunset and the hot weather contributed to the result of the natural coloring of the image, as well as the style of the couple. The groom is the son of the president of the Brazilian Republic.
Fun is assured when you work with Jaume and Marta, determined to fulfil any proposal and grateful for it with a desire to live an ideal life. Under the umbrella, they feel protected and trust makes them feel good with each other. We will remember this moment for the rest of our lives, since in the end, they were exposed by letting the water wet them.
Georgina & Peter's wedding was every kind of awesome! From the moment I arrived, it was a high octane pleasure to document and the shooting opportunities were in abundance.
Towards the end of the evening, I invited this gorgeous couple out for some sunset portraits (accompanied by Georgina's fun-loving brother). As my couple shoot, holding each other in a field behind their wedding venue I wanted to create a portrait that incorporated the spirit of the day, and then this idea came to me.
The rest, as they say, is history :)
This first kiss is one of my favorites. I planned this shot before the ceremony even began. In order to get a clean look and include the two center chandeliers, I cropped this shot to focus on just the kiss instead of including the couple's entire body. It’s important to continually observe your surroundings to produce new creative approaches to common situations that occur throughout a wedding day.
My couple's dedication to getting the shot is one of the reasons I love them so much. I'm so lucky that all of my couples will go above and beyond and embrace the crazy. This gorgeous pair agreed that sleeping was for losers so instead of going to bed and having a romantic lie in after their wedding they booked a chauffeur driven car to take us all around Rome so we could shoot whilst everyone else in the city was asleep. It was an amazing way to see the city of Rome and really take in the incredible landmarks. This was one of the final shots of them in front of the Vatican before we all legged it back to the hotel, packed and jumped on the plane home. Completely exhausting and 100% worth it!
She is Grace... The most graceful bride with the most beautiful smile. The presence of the wedding dress, in the foreground without overpowering the bride doing makeup in the background, was the key idea behind this artwork. We created the perfect balance
I didn't plan for this shot. I always shoot what my eyes see. Ashley was all ready to go for the ceremony and the bridesmaids started to pick up her dress. This moment I saw how the texture of the gorgeous veil and the lighting coming out from the window into that dark room to give a dramatic look en mood to this image.
Photographs of henna on the bride's hands often the most cliche photos. I wanted to do something different and better. So I asked her to take out her left hand further ahead to form the foreground and focused on her eyes. At the same time, I used foreground blur using fairy lights and tilt-shift lens for a narrow horizontal focus. The result came out to be stunning and the bride absolutely loved it. I posted this same photo instantly by transferring on my phone from the camera. I knew this was a winner.
There is nothing more beautiful than to watch a bride waiting for her groom. The amount of anxiety and emotions in this instance can be found in every person. So, I decided to show it off through the flowers and the decoration. She was looking like a princess and It was a royal moment.
I love that the couple have fun and complicity between them.
This photo was taken at tamil nadu ,while doing the pre-wedding photographs. At the time this location had low light structure .I felt it was best to make use of their silhouettes and light up the background object .
Back in May 2009, I photographed the wedding of Rebecca and Robert, and ten years later they asked me back to capture all the fun of their tenth-anniversary vow renewal. To the untrained eye, it was essentially a wedding without a wedding cake, and music and dancing were central to everything that happened on the day. The Function Band played (and the guests danced) during the drinks reception, whilst the guests were sitting for dinner, as soon as the meal had finished and long into the night, and they brought stadium-level lighting and smoke machines with them!
This lovely couple, Laura & Gert got married in the city of Hengelo. We had a beautiful day with the wedding at Castle Warmelo. The couple has two little dogs and these guys are really important to them. On this picture, the dog called 'Monster' wears a real bow-tie and gets a final handshake before the bride went downstairs to see her husband for the first look.
Laura & Gert (and the two doggies..) thanks for your enthusiasm, we really enjoyed your beautiful wedding day!
A Gorgeous Wedding Of Bernie and Jason, in the fabulous Glen Ewin Estate. As this was a late autumn wedding, the daylight was becoming short, so, unfortunately, we have missed the "golden hour" at the ceremony. So we have instead opted for some fabulous night shots with the newlyweds. And it was absolutely magical!
However pretty Ireland is we aren't well known for great weather but when my couples want to get shots in the rain I'm all for it! My couple here embraced the rain for a night time shot at the beautiful Kinsale Hotel & Spa County Cork. Fair play lads, you look great!
We were shooting this couple who were getting married after just a couple of months of knowing each other..and after an all days effort for their pre-wedding shoot, we were wrapping up when they were having a beautiful moment by the sunset and that’s when I got to have my perfect shot..!
It’s all about capturing the real moments for me..!