This bridge (Ponte del Diavolo) is a very popular one where all the couples would like to take a few shots. And so one of my biggest concerns was, since loads of photographers have already been there and have shot the bridge in all angles and perspective, how to make a different shot from the others...
The answer was simple.... instead of the bridge, focus on the bride and groom, their relationship and play a little with symmetry.
Shot at the Beautiful Emirates Palace tower, this photograph came out of chance. There was a buggy, which was in the vicinity and I asked the driver to come close to us, the light you see on the couple was from the headlights of the Buggy. I told the couple to stay still and I then pressed the shutter. That's how I got this.
The couple in this image are close friends of mine, we had the opportunity to shot some pictures in her grandmother's house which has been in the family for generations. It was fun seeing her remember her childhood while we worked throughout the house. This was her favorite spot in the house because she remembered watching here the whole family together enjoying a good meal and better company.