Kasteel de Hooge Vuursche, located near Baarn (NL), is a lovely venue with a lot of great settings for remarkable wedding shots. Some obvious (like the water fountain in the front yard), but also some more hidden. This lovely couple K&D took advantage of having plenty of time for the wedding shoots. So after having checked the most obvious must-have spots of Hooge Vuursche, we took took this funny shot at the back entrance. Thanks Wedisson! Much obliged.
My 30th Wedisson Award.
It's a proud moment for me and my country Mauritius.
I am the only one to have reached this milestone.
Thank you, my clients and the team who have always been by my side
Thank you Wedisson for enabling us Photographers to challenge ourselves at all levels
Basically, getting ready is one of the most beautiful moments during a wedding. The transformation into a beautiful bride, with a professional make-up and a great hairstyle and of course the wonderful wedding dress, is unique. The moment when the dress is closed in the last step and thus the transformation is visually completed is always magical. I really enjoy and love this special moment.
This is one of my favourite natural wedding portraits. The photo was taken at Fanhams Hall in Hertfordshire, UK. The couple were backlit with beautiful golden light and I asked them to walk towards me, while bumping hips. The prompt help generate the natural reaction and helped create a photo that the couple love.
Meet Julie & Herman
This wedding was one that reminded me why I love being a wedding
photographer in NYC, not because we got great shots but everyone are so kind enough to help you to achieve your artistic vision. Specially when you have the best police force in the world to make you feel unique and help you to make the best images of your Bride and Groom.
New York City, US
The mini was restored by the groom so we wanted in to include it somehow into their story. As the couple went for a walk it made sense in the moment to shoot through the windows into the distance as they walked into a sweet spot where they could be seen.
This photo was taken in an 11th century ruin of an Abbey which once housed the King of Meath and featured prominently in the film Braveheart. It also holds sentimental value to the bride as she and her family used to visit it as a child so it was an excellent choice for their wedding photos.
Karen & Shane's wedding in dingle, an epic scenic location in the heart of dingle. We created many amazing images this day. But on arriving back to this pup where the reception was to take place. I noticed many people on the busy sidewalk. This was taken at around 4pm in the day. And the sun was still high in the sky. It was taken hand-held . I had 3 tries at this image and was thrilled with the outcome...