A happy ending for a report that will remain forever in your memories, an incredible post-wedding to end an unforgettable experience, The beach gives you moments that you must take advantage of to get the best result, thanks to Oscar and Marta for being there and doing that the photo gives off the love you feel for each other.
Covid-19...who hasn't heard of it? Although we had the honor of shooting about 40 weddings in 2020, this lovely couple was the first to gladly pose for a rough wedding shot with masks on. The pile of coal in the front adds a perfect contrast to the deep blue sky. Thanks so much to all at Wedisson for this 12th award. We are honored!
Such a very windy day at the beginning of September in Rotterdam. We started for a walking shoot and the bride and groom came down from the stairs. I did see the reflection and the wind in the veil and start shooting the hell out of it with this beautiful result.
The getaway kiss...This photo was taken through the back window of the truck. There was a light on the dash aimed at the couple and I focused on their kiss in the rearview mirror. I like finding unique, artistic ways to capture common wedding day moments.
We took advantage of the last days before the snow appeared to take advantage of this magnificent setting in the Swiss pre-Alps. The photo shoot was over, we were walking towards our car when I heard the two lovers laughing between them, I turned around and I simply captured this moment of complicity.
Aynslie & Hugh were such fun, expressive characters; so it didn’t take much for me to coax the laughter out of them. I placed them in front of some natural window light, underexposed for the highlights, and let them do the rest.
Venue – Stubton Hall Newark
Captured in Snowdonia in late summer, this cove is tucked away in the middle of nowhere. Having found a small outcropping for the couple to stand on I ventured out into the water. Lowering the camera as low as possible to grab this snap. The water was freezing but it was worth it!
This was my first wedding in Scotland. But what you cannot see, is a packed, busy Edinburgh. The thing with a couple walking in any busy street, let alone the Royal Mile, is that people do give way and respect the precession (so to say) of the married couple. I had already planned my journey for their post-ceremony wedding photos and this had so much symmetric satisfaction that it was destined to be used as a backdrop. I love my super-wide Olympus lens, it never fails me. My gorgeous couple Ruth and Nikki (who is Scottish) got married at the Caves and went on to Princess Street Gardens.
Let me tell you a funny story that actually makes this image for me all the more special. The gargantuan thing hovering ominously above our couple is quite in fact a not so ordinary heater. Whilst at their feet was a dozen of chickens running around, we were allowed to create this backlit shot. To this day every time I see this image again, I can’t happen to think about those little animals running around just out of frame. It just shows how the most unexpected locations can have a wonderfully unique story behind them just hovering out of sight.