I brought a few smoke bombs with me...well because I had some and never used them before so why not at my engagement session! I wanted to make it fun before the rain starting pouring down and that is exactly what we did! Since it is a halloween wedding weekend we used the orange and green colors to represent!
La Seu Vella de Lleida, A castle to admire, a couple to learn, they are grateful people and they are always willing to do anything. Here for 30 minutes they had given the yes I want, here began a new life full of jumps to overcome together, handsome on the outside and big on the inside
In a typical fisherman's village with a very old harbor, this couple met each other at the local supermarket. They had chosen for a fun photoshoot for their wedding shoot and so we went to this local supermarket. As soon as we spotted the lady in her traditional Dutch clothing, we wanted to include her as she really stands for the old traditions this village (and The Netherlands) is known for. She didn't bother at all when the groom raced through the lane with his girlfriend laughing and screaming in the shopping kart. This moment was so much fun. We are very proud and happy with this award. Thank you so much.
This photograph of Silvanna & Tom was captured at Chippenham Park in the UK, I really wanted to make sure the Love Rocks neon sign was properly exposed, so before the cake cutting I put a light up to expose the couple and not spill onto the sign, and it worked perfectly! The fact they were messing about just made the moment even better :-)
There's one thing every wedding will need: a generous helping of lovey-dovey, romantic wedding songs. These will bring out all the feels and make the whole day feel like a giant love fest.
And so he wrote her a romantic love song... The kind that makes you cry.....
This was one of my most fun weddings in 2019. Very proud of this picture, made in one of the oldest and most beautiful rooms to get married in the city of Zwolle in The Netherlands. The bride and groom were hugging after the ceremony and didn't notice that I was still there to catch this beautiful moment between the two of them.
I am so happy that lovely Jessica & Rachel’s beautiful wedding at The Compasses at Pattiswick has won a Wedisson award.
This was my first wedding of the year (and century) Jessica & Rachel had a beautiful sunset to finish their day off to make it just perfect.
When he took this picture it was very early in the morning. It was brisk but very pleasant. The sun was getting up ... I found this place quite by accident. The bride and groom were very willing to cooperate with me because they could trust me. To take this picture I used Nikon D810 and 85mm lens.
It's one of my favorite shots I took in the last years. I love the warm colors and the "moon" atmosphere. The dust, the light, and the whole scenery is not the typical wedding scenery of a bride and groom shooting... but this is why I am so fascinated by it!
This wedding couple decided to get married in winter because all the important dates in their relationship had been in winter. They really wanted snow, but unfortunately, the weather was too high. So to get the winter-like feel they had a big snow machine outside their wedding venue. This, of course, was the perfect place for a photoshoot!
This was a really great moment. Our couple wanted to take a picture with the 'family tree'. A special place as the great grandfather of the bride had planted this tree, long ago. It is also the place where we remember the last battle in WWII in our area, it is the place where the war ended for us in 1945.
I managed to get up close and personal during this bride's makeup preparations at Dalhousie Castle, in Bonnyrigg, near Edinburgh. When I look at this image, I often wonder what was going through her mind at that moment - a fluttery mix of excitement and nerves, perhaps? Thanks for choosing my image guys, most appreciated!
What a beautiful bridal party during the C's getting ready! I think that sharing time with your intimate friends and your beloved family is the best way to highlight everything and everyone thanks you arrive here. Being with the ones who care for you permit me to get emotional and natural photographs. This pic is a beautiful memory of a fun time and the beginning of a beautiful wedding!
Thijs and Laura hired this beautiful green oldtimer for their wedding. Of course we should involve it in the photos. Look at her beautiful dress and the light. Can't believe it has been raining for more than an hour right before this moment. We where so lucky!
To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them. This place was an under-construction building, but I saw an opportunity to capture the emotions of this couple while they hang out from different balconies.
It was a foggy day and Janine and Philipp were my last wedding in 2019, in December, just a week before Christmas. When days are foggy in Switzerland, it normally does not mean anything special. Just a few hours later the weather can be clear and shiny again. But this day was wicked. The fog did not disappear at all and so my lovely couple and I had to work this shooting out somehow. Die
I did not use photoshop for that pic and just available light without fancy tricks. I just asked them to jump and look relaxed. This is what I got. They are looking so relaxed, that somebody could think they are flying to cloud 9 together.
I am happy, that we won an award for this! Thank you guys so much!
Lucy & Ryan's amazing wedding at Swynford Manor. This was New Year's Eve and the dancefloor was buzzing. A little bit of coaxing we managed to get them outside. Everything was set up so we didn't need to keep them away from the dance floor for too long. It's lovely when the couple trusts you and allows you a little more of their time away from their guests.