Finding corners with a beautiful sunset is our job, this couple gives us the opportunity to declare their love in images, sure of the connection that there is and always willing to declare that for them being together is the best thing that has happened to them in the lifetime. A nice image for the best memory.
A little church in the middle of Dordrecht, a small town in The Netherlands. Before the ceremony started there was a small lunch in a separate room of the church. A room where all time stood still as it seems. It looked like a painting of a famous dutch painter, I saw how the light was falling over the parents and bride and took the picture just before they spotted me taking it.
I love party pics. I made this one January 2020, before COVID-19 blocked the parties. This wedding couple of two girls threw their flowers to the unmarried girls at the party. In this tradition, the lucky one who gets the flowers will be the next bride!
Just a few moments after the sun had set behind the trees we took a moment for some shots which showed the beautiful environment where this couple got married. To emphasize the dramatic blue skies I used a mirrored surface to give the image a more dreamy feel.
We are getting married, would you like to make our pictures this couple asked. Sure, we are available, but one thing, we want to get married in Austria, in the mountains. Yesss! We like that, like it a lot! So we travelled with them to the beautifull Alps and had a great few days with this lovely couple.
A non-conventional sunset for a non-conventional day at the beautiful Grand-Crohot Beach in the South West of France! I hope you get this feeling of freedom and the wait for the perfect last wave. What a perfect way to finish a day for surfers, isn't it?
The bride's father is a landscape gardener and he designed and landscaped this beautiful garden. The bridal couple knew immediately that this imposing garden would be their location for the photoshoot. It rained all morning and also while getting dressed. Luckily it got dry half an hour before we stepped out the door and we could even enjoy the sun.
This is the last place you expect to grab an Award-winning photograph, thank you Wedisson! Outside the Registry Office in North Wales, this is the groom's father kissing his granddaughter just after her parents got married. I've never been to a wedding with so many photographers, I thought the couple must be celebrities! It's great that we can still capture moments like these at intimate weddings during the pandemic.
On an exceedingly blowy and cold autumn evening, these two braved the outdoors to get some night portraits and I'm delighted they did as I really wanted to use this glorious and massive tree at Aswarby Rectory. The dress made for a fabulous opportunity to play with some backlighting too! Proof overall that even during a global pandemic amazing wedding memories can be made.
As our shoot was planned earlier, I and my team on a full swing reached the location. It was an early morning shoot looking at those fast-moving clouds, I had an idea of taking a click of the couple in that beautiful cloudy atmosphere. And I wished no rain would spoil my idea. And in a Hurry, when I took my weapon to click a beautiful picture as expected; The clouds in the sky, the grass on the ground, the couple in love gave me an amazing picture. Which was really a memorable picture that was composed by me. And I name it, “A touched Feel of Love”
After waiting super long during sunset for some local dogs to finish their evening swim, Katherine and George weren’t so sure about removing shoes and sitting on the muddy deck. I asked them to trust me, they laughed, and here we are! Well done guys!