The groom wanted an epic toss in the air from his groomsmen to celebrate his marriage so what did we do....we threw him in the air! To my astonishment the bride felt left out and wanted to do the same so what did we do...well we threw her in the air at sunset and wow what a shot! I don't think she was ready for it by her arms flailing in the air but she sure had a blast and loved the final photo! What a priceless memory she will never forget!
Twice a day the tide drops to let us see this wonderful cave with its different colors. We took the opportunity to take the last photos of the day with the newly married couple, Laura & Willy, in a very complete post-wedding, where we could enjoy a unique environment, one of the favorite areas of the television series Game of Thrones.
It was a very hot Dutch summer, which means when temperatures rise its most of the time quite hot and moisty. The Castle was warm as well and when the bride decided to open the window the wind came in to blow the veil away, the mirror did his own thing which made the scenery perfect for a shot like this.
Another rainy day wedding. I took the couple outside just before sunset and completed their couple portraits. For this shot, I placed y AD200 flash about 5-7m behind them with a Grid and Sphere. Backlighting the couple but also backlights the rain and freezes it.
Conceptual and artistic shots are always a challenge. It is so rare to shoot something that actually speaks. With an artistic twist and a simple reflection, the groom was waiting inside for his bride. With that in mind, I was able to show the faces of two people who became one that day.
I loved the interior of this villa, where the cute couple made their wedding ceremony. When I looked for photo locations I felt in love with the gallery and the skylight window. To imply this skylight window into a picture I had the spontaneous idea, that they throw the bridal bouquet from one to the other side.
Patrick & Elise, our sweet couple from Utrecht. Patrick is born in Brabant (where we also come from) and his wife Elise is from Utrecht. We had a great day, even though the weather was not the best one could wish for on a wedding day. Near the famous Dom tower in Utrecht we made a series of great photos with our couple, this one is definitely our favorite :)
There's nothing better than the landscape of New York City! When we got to this location, I pulled out my 16-35mm to get a wide-angle shot. This picture was actually not easy to get because there were a lot of people there. It was very hard to avoid including people in the frame. I'm so glad that I got this!
Amazing Dutch couple tying the knot in the magical setting of Certaldo in Tuscany.
As a photographer, shooting a wedding in Tuscany always makes me smile, its the history, the wine, the colors and of course the magic light. To be entrusted to tell the story of a couple's special day is an absolute privilege.
Marieke and Joost from Amsterdam, it was an honor to meet you guys and your lovely guests, you are so warm, friendly and your zest for love and life is infectious! I Love it!
Our beautiful Bride Kaitlyn adding the finishing touches on her wedding morning. This documentary shot was captured at Dromoland Castle, Ireland. Kaitlyn and her Husband Barry came all the way from Connecticut, the USA to marry in the 5 star 16th Century Castle. A truly magical day was spent in a magical place
Bryony and Darren recently got married at the amazing Preston Court Wedding venue in Canterbury. A totally unique venue set in over 500 acres of a private estate in Kent. Great when you have a very willing couple to play out your vision. Amazing day x.
It was an unplanned trip for the pre-wedding of Sabyasachi and Annada. We planned for Humayun's Tomb, Delhi and reached there by 6 am, but got to know that they had restricted Pre-wedding shoots there. So we headed to the Taj Mahal, Agra!
And to my surprise, it was crowded like hell and all my expectations and planned shots just flushed out! Then we went to the backside of the Taj which was vacant. We got some good frames there. This image got with the double exposure one with the couple in front of the arc other the Taj inverted.