Nicola and Andrew had an amazing day, the weather was poor though, so after waiting as long as we could to get a sunset that didn't happen, we decided instead to get creative and use some off camera flash and this awesome venue door to get something romantic and dramatic.
At a cool industrial spot at the former NDSM Werf (Amsterdam) Jeffrey & Danique insisted on a nice shot surrounded by colorful graffiti. Since they are big fans of our work they also said "We demand a Wedisson Award with one of our wedding photo's"...
So, here we are ;)
The bride had several wedding wishes and which she had dreamed of for years. When I say years I mean the crown that moved the wedding. One of the wishes was to have Shooting on the japods, the second was to have a Lookman Photo, the third to have three of them..from the fourth onwards I don't know. I remembered these three the place where this photo was taken and now it is already epic from a Lookman perspective. It’s never hard for me to put newlyweds on that bridge because every time I see something new, not because of myself but because of what they carry with them. Maida and Omer brought some peace, and some happiness for the final arrival of the day. I placed that abundance of joy where they wanted, there on the bridge, and hid them from the whole world.
This was the end of the day of a fun and fantastic Pre-Wedding shoot with this couple and this was the last shot! I saw the dramatic dark clouds with the blue sky and instantly thought of this shot. Whipped my magmod kit out and lit this wall behind the couple with a red halo like ring and them and everything else being a silhouette. Perfecto! (Fun fact - the couple was holding the speedlight!)
This wedding image was shot at the beautiful Stanbrook Abbey in Worcestershire. There is a small hill at the back and this image was taken as the bride and her party were waiting for the groom to arrive! They were so much fun and I enjoyed this wedding so much!
Kristal & Josh got married in Cambridge in a very quiet and private wedding ceremony. Due to all the restrictions in place at the time we headed off to the registry office with the witnesses for the short ceremony then around Cambridge for what ended up being the perfect day for them. It rained so hard that day too but nothing was going to stop them and I was honoured to be part of it. Josh who had been a part time chauffeur on the Cambridge punts called in a favour for this shot. Thankfully the river was very quiet at this particular time due to the rain. Thank you Cambridge Punters for making this happen.
We made absolute perfect use of a rare heatwave in Scotland in September. Just dancing in the sunset on my beautiful newlyweds. A few moments after this Hamish the beautiful golden retriever came and nabbed the limelight! Well… he was adorable!
At a photoshoot prior to the ceremony, the aim of a bridal couple is often to keep the wedding dress beautiful and white.
During walking the dress is mostly lifted high enough to prevent it for getting dirty especially on a forest path where this couple is walking.
This independent bride handles it herself. She only lift the front while but the back is still dragging on the ground. The groom is observing what is happing and wants to help which leads to this humorous moment.