Sky is the limit for these two! What a power couple! They told me they wanted to be on top of the world so we rushed to get there right before the sunset and boom this is the first shot I took! So blessed to be a part of their love story from the start!
A new experience for us, a couple where the only thing that changes is sex, the rest is pure love, details completed in a very exhaustive way, a couple with whom you learn to be happy in the face of any obstacle, a lesson in love.
In this case, they gave prominence to their pet, a dog that has a very beautiful history if we say that they found him lost in the street and decided to adopt him and be part of their lives, it was he who brought them the rings for their link at the ceremony and as You can see in the photo, he wanted to participate in a part of the report. Carlos & Jolti is an authentic story without a doubt.
This wedding was last August. We start the shoot in the morning before the sun was at her highest point.
For me, it was a really lucky moment that the sun just came up behind the trees. The only question to this lovely couple was to let me see that they love each other.
Sending messages to Katy by email or Instagram was always drawing us a smile on our face. It seems like we know these guys for so long! So once we met after more than a year chatting, it was like seeing friends, very natural and easy. These blue eyes gorgeous bride and groom decide to have a destination elopement far from home. From Michigan to Washington State, they choose the beautiful Ruby’s beach and take with them just the close family and best friends. The wedding was in July, during a very hot sunny day but as soon as we arrive at the beach, a thick fog was there (and just there)! It was not what our couple expected and imagine but actually, this was a blast! The atmosphere was magical and so unique! The crowd on the beach transforms into silhouettes and kind of ghosts lost in the clouds. We were just 12 of us, surrounded by impressive huge rocks. Our imagination started to run so fast with this vision of our groom alone and so small next to a big rock (like a mountain) wrapped by the cloud, waiting for his princess. After the emotional ceremony, we take advantage of this unique location and play with our couple creating art photography. To end this day, the sunset was there, a very intense moment with hundreds of birds. This elopement will stay forever in our minds and our hearts. We wish to Eric and Kathi the happiness and love they deserve.
Saint Louis Cathedral in Port Louis is among the oldest church in Mauritius. Built-in 1814/15 and promoted to Cathedral in 1847, the church is the final works of Governor Sir Robert Farquar.
One of the most beautiful churches in Mauritius. The beauty of this shot lies in the lighting, which is just natural light. Natural light can be just enough or sometimes the best source of light. The couple, bridesmaid, groomsmen, the 14mm prime, my EOSR, and my imagination did the rest.
This couple got married on the hottest day in the last 75 years and as a result, we decided to not leave the parking lot for our shoot. It was by far the coolest place nearby and ended up giving some amazing shots with which the couple is extremely happy :)
The weatherforcast for the day Marinde & Ferdi got married, was not the weather you wish for on your weddingday. But why not make use of the 9 Bft storm? This loveley couple got married on Castle Ter Leyen in Belgium and this privately owned castle is not only a photographers dream, its also a romantic and beautifull setting for a great wedding.
Ferdi & Marinde, we loved your weddingday so much! So relaxed, calm and so 'ok lets do this', thanks for choosing us to make your weddingday pictures!
It was a beautiful sunset over the Baltic Sea. We still had a long way to the beach to cross the forest. I wanted to take advantage of the fact that the rays of the sun broke through the treetops. The couple took care of each other for a moment and it is - a beautiful photo.
As an artist, you always want to create something not for anybody else but for yourself. For the part in you that revels in magic. This picture always takes my breath away and I think that’s what we were striving for. Simply to transfix the person looking at the picture.
I took this booking at the beautiful Hexham Winter Gardens last year, and just knew I needed to get this nighttime shot of the wonderful botanical glasshouse where the celebrations took place, all lit up with the couple in the foreground. I love the warmth and drama of the shot, and the couple did too!
When the sunset completely plays ball for an elopement you can't help fall in love with it, and with the right amount of wind creating the perfect dress swoosh its a moment that begs to be captured.
Molly & Nermin eloped from the states to have their wedding at the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland.☘
We were at the Suhali beach capturing couple first maternity shoot Ravi & Garima. This was the second shoot with the couple after their wedding photography.
The couple was tired and ask for pack up, as we were shooting the third session of the day. Ask them for the last shoot of the day. Just tried to add the combination of pre weeding in a maternity shoot. The sun was ready to set. Used profoto light for the shoot. This is the result.
Like most of my couples, Gina & Daniel were not keen on posing for the camera! This was actually one of the funniest portrait sessions I've ever done, we did not stop laughing! But in the middle of it all, I managed to grab this cute moment, which I know they'll still love in 50 years time! And the light across the Yorkshire wheat fields in the early evening was just gorgeous, which always helps!
We were looking for a couple for an outdoor love story in the woods around the Rheingau. With Christina & Stefan, we have found a wonderful, warm and lovely couple. The two are married for many years. But you do not notice this, as they are in love like on the first day.
This image was taken during the engagement session of Emma and Martin, to show how big the ring was. They are really a great and funny couple that trusted in our different point of view for the shoot. The location is the Dolomites in Italy and the mountain in the silhouette is the Sciliar Mountain at the Alpe di Siusi, Italy.
This photo was taken in the evening of a really hot wedding in July at Lillibrooke Manor. The Sky looked pretty and I knew I could do a nice silhouette against the white barn doors. The bride and groom Rosaria and Ben are such a wonderful couple and they were so up for coming away from their evening celebration to get this photo made.