As soon as I arrived at Scrivelsby Walled Garden I noticed this composition and thought to myself, this has potential.
Experiencing some very extreme weather conditions throughout the day, the skies cleared for Sarah & Rob in the evening, producing a beautiful array of stars. Everything lined up perfectly, I added a little burst of flash from behind and within a matter of minutes we came up with this.
I saw this location a while ago and I knew that I have to make this kind of picture during 2019 season weddings. Happily, Michelle and Ainar agreed to go there because their wedding dinner place was located nearby! We made classical beauty pictures in the morning and planned to go on the pier in the evening after the ceremony and before dinner. I hoped for the windy evening and interesting clouds and I got them both!
When you get to shoot one of your best friend’s weddings and all your friends are in the wedding party...yea you celebrate hard! And by celebrate we mean try to throw the groom as high as possible and make sure he doesn’t land on his head! What a day!
Zumaia (Basc Country), in a location where one of the famous scenes of Game of Thrones was filmed. Laura & Willy are fans of this saga and wanted to travel to star in the most unforgettable post-wedding in the middle of a magical place that reveals the force of nature in each bias of the rocks.
With this amazing couple, we walked passed a parking garage that had this interesting shape. Since it was private parking we had to check with a local business to get in, but it was well worth the effort! Both the clients and I absolutely love the result that came out!
It was a very rainy day, we could not take any photo's outside without getting super wet. So on our way to the next location, I made sure nobody was close behind me. Rolled down my window and shot a few on F11, 1/50 of a second to get the speed in there. When I saw the big smiles from the bride and groom during post I was very happy with the result.
I brought a few smoke bombs with me to Sophie and Joe's wedding and before the reception started we heading out onto the cathedral green for some fun. Just before the bombs were exhausted I said to everyone run at me and jump in the air. They had so much fun.
Weddings are always loud, busy and hectic. Marie & Marc needed rest and we looked for a silent place for the couple shoot. Not far away we moved to a small forest and found this wonderful place. This was not the picture we wanted intentionally take. It was more a "Take your time, we need to set up our settings" picture. But as you see: Sometimes the simple shots are the best ones. Thanks, Marie & Marc
These were the colors of the wedding theme. So I wanted to give them this photo to make them extra happy with the reportage. I climbed on a chair and shot it with a 17-28mm side angle lens. "Chandeliers are marvels of drop-dead showiness, the jewelry of architecture"