Let me say that the connection of this couple is unmatched, daring, funny, kind and happy to declare their love in this way to follow the dream of growing old together, a wedding day to remember with your family and friends, a pleasure to be together with them on such a special day.
It's amazing how you can play with the sun and your camera. In June 2020 we went with a couple to a beautiful place in the Netherlands. On a field with some trees we tried out smoking bombs as the light beams between the trees were so nice. While the wedding couple was rehearsing their wedding dance, we shot this image of them, with a purple haze on the back. We're so font of matching different things together. In this case: nature/love with art colors/smoke.
This lovely couple married at the beach. We did a short shoot after their wedding ceremony. We climbed these blocks to make this beautiful picture with these awesome clouds. It was a steep climb for both so I loved the brave nature of the couple, otherwise, I could not make this lovely shot.
The magnificent Ripley Castle in North Yorkshire forms the backdrop of this couple's portrait, one of my favorite venues. I wanted to create a warm, romantic glow in the entrance porch to light the couple, but maintain a bit of gloomy twilight on the imposing castle walls above them.
Sarah & Michael's venue was dressed perfectly for a winter-themed wedding, I took advantage of the warm candlelight & fairy lights to create this romantic moment. I added a little extra warmth to the image by using an ice light.
Venue - Old Hall Ely.
A fellow photographer from Norway was unable to record this wedding because of Corona and we had the honor to take over from here. Putting on the rings remains something special. The wedding ring symbolizes eternal connection. Which makes it worthwhile for us to capture the photo of the ring in a different way!
Capture My Big Day
A romantic elopement in Northern Ireland which was met by rain all day. For a few brief moments, the weather cleared and I and the couple were able to make our way to Dunluce Castle. At the cliff edge, the coastline was clear and crisp. As the couple embraced the cliffs in the background created a nice symmetry with the couple which created a powerful scene.
What would be the maximum risk that one would attempt to freeze their memories with their loved ones? Here is one such couple, Kavin & Abi, who participated in whole heartedly, and that's always a delight for the photographers to capture such moments!!! Hanging out at the edges of Yercaud hills with the adventurous couple; this click always top lists the favorites in our photo bucket!!!
When it suddenly started pouring on us, we quickly ran to the stairwell of this garage. I decided to take the risk of getting my equipment a little wet for a potentially great photograph. So I put up a light behind the couple and got them to have fun in the rain, this was literally the last shot from the shoot and it’s my favorite moment of these two!
I love this image so much. What makes it so special to me is that this bridge with the chapel is 1 out of only 3 in the UK and it’s in my home tome of ST IVES, Cambridgeshire. The kind people of the town helped so much to make this image happen. I’m so grateful that the bride and groom were up for this shoot. Like for most of my shots, it feels so great when you know you got the image!
"Release The Doves!"
This was such a fun photo with one chance to capture the moment. This photo was shot right after the wedding ceremony in Cork, Ireland. Everything about the day was so relaxed and fun with this amazing couple! I was so glad the couple loved the outcome of this picture, from their expressions to the dove looking down the barrel of the lens at me - such a great day!