A boy's dream of the groom ... picking up the bride with a Volkswagen T1 on his Wedding Day. Beside some nice pics outside the T1, we wanted to make something more creative. We love the wonderful look these beloved ones gave each other on that particular moment.
This emerald green river is love and life for the people who live next to it. Bihać city. Adisa & Dino decided to take a boat ride to one Una waterfall. This and many other memories that arose during that ride. Rides to love, rides to life, rides to marital union
A tank of water or a tank of love. That picture is the perfect match of my values. Of my job. Of who I am. It's a perfect mix between light and darkness, perspectives, verticals and horizontals. As Matisse said, a good balance of a picture resides in the balance of all that lines. Here we are.
Emma & Andy got married at the same Cambridge college where Emma's parents held their wedding reception over 40 years ago. Emma's grandmother had also worked at the college for many years so there were so many reason for Girton College to play host to Emma & Andy's special day. The memories came flooding back. There were tears, laughter and a lots of fun. I knew Emma's grandmother who sadly passed away over five years ago. A real character and the life and soul of any party so I was honoured and proud to be able to capture this day for such a wonderful couple. You were certainly looking down on us. In memory of Mrs Florrie Buck - A very special lady x
Another photo taken in Thailand during a wedding. This time on the island of Koh Samui. Meanwhile, I accompany quite a lot of weddings of European couples abroad, which is not much more expensive than when I accompany a wedding in Europe. My passion for special places is often reward enough.
This photo describes how I prefer to work.
Let the couple take the picture, listen to their ideas, how they see it and then it's up to the photographer to make something fun out of it.
It is important to create a good bond between photographer and couple, once you trust each other you get the spontaneous photos
The world renowned Gap of Dunloe in Kerry.. Coming from a landscape background I have travelled this locations hundreds of time, Catching sunrises and sunsets, So when I knew we were close to this location after the church. I simply said we must go here.. Again another locations I have ton of epic images from..
I always wanted to do a close up portrait with a wider lense. Usually I often use my 75mm or 85mm lens for the couple portraits but there is this special and very intimate look, when you're using a wider lens.
So I started as usual with my session, and I recognized, that there was a lot of love in the air. In that particular moment, I grabbed my second camera (with my 35mm on it), went two steps closer to them and took the shot.
When they opened their eyes they were a little bit suprised to see me that close, but I think it was totally worth it.