Hayley and Lewis had their wedding in Harrogate and it was a really hot day in June. As the temperature started to fall, the sun started dropping behind the hotel and the lovely golden light shone onto the traffic island across the road from the hotel which was surrounded by two very busy roads. I knew this wouldn't matter with the perfect lighting and the right camera settings and angles. I'm so glad that Hayley and Lewis put their trust in me for this, as we did get a few puzzled looks from people driving by but it was very much worth it!
At the end of the evening, there was a gorgeous golden hour. So i asked the newly weds if they would to enjoy the sunset. Just a little moment together, to take in the whole day en enjoy every moment of it.
It only took me 5 minutes to make the most stunning photo's of them. After showing the photo's on my camera, the groom run back to the venue to fetch more couples. He said: they deserve these kind of pictures to.
Keisha & Mason , flew all the way to Malta from Canada for a holiday and decided to book a engagement shoot and exchange vows at Dingli Cliffs . We decided to start by taking some photos at Mdina , then Buskett, then for some sunset vibes at Dingli Cliffs .
We were hoping for good weather , and it was just perfect , little bit sunny but not too much and a lovely breeze ❤
These two rocked the session and their chemistry and connection is amazing <3
Sarah and Armando love the mountains. Just around the corner from where they live, on a beautiful cloudy day, we found this epic spot. After the first look, we took a few photos on this rock where cyclists crossed the path and congratulated the couple as they shred down the path.