Prepare a nice after-wedding shoot. It looked top on paper. Nice photo spots to do a romantic and atmospheric photoshoot with this bridal couple, but one thing we had not taken into account ... The weather! It was very hot in these days of June. In the alleys, the temperature had risen to over 40 degrees ...
A big compliment to Robert & Evelien for walking around in wedding clothes again is not anything. We have made the best of it with us and just enjoyed our trip to Paris and with the necessary adjustments, we have made it a successful weekend.
We flew from Israel to Cyprus with Sapir & Tamir for bachelorette photography
During the filming we came to an amazing location called
Edro III Shipwreck (Peyia)
We got there just in the golden hour.
And combining a crazy location with an amazing couple created a picture that I personally love very much
Thanks to WEDAWARD for winning
Lights were glazing from each angle, the joy on our faces was tremendous that glory in our eyes was telling to each other; I want to trap and seal this moment to cherish it for rest of my life because I am sliding a ring in the fingers of the best person in the world, to whom I love the most. And in between all our photography artists Sahezad clicked a gentle picture of us.
"Always be prepared to expect the unexpected and follow your instinct"
During this lovely couple's pre-wedding session I was expecting a beautiful sunrise, and planned some good poses already, but who are we to control nature, huh ?! :D
It was a hunch to use the serial lights with me to experiment a long exposure shot and hopefully, it turned out to be a beautiful picture :)
Photographed on a bride using a drone, I had visualized this photo months and months prior to actually shooting the image. The bridge is located outside the gym I work out at which is also a country club that hosts weddings. I've been waiting for the right couple who would be agreeable to trying this out. We placed towels under the bride's dress (which I later touched up in photoshop) and got the image. I love the drama and perspective we get from this photo.
I love to show emotion in my images. It signifies the chaos of a wedding yet the couple is in their own world, or their own moment. For this image I had the couple kiss and the wedding party move in a circle. I do this type of image often and find around a 1/4 shutter drag is typically about right. It doesn't always work the way I want but when I do, I love the outcome. I decided to crop the couple off-center in this one which is not typical for me but I love that It has a bit of a search and find feel to it.
After a regal wedding ceremony in New York's iconic St. Patrick's Cathedral,
Kimberly and Christian shared a celebratory ride in their Rolls Royce through midtown Manhattan to Times Square.
In slow Saturday traffic. The billboard behind them may be for the play Les Miserables, but inside the limo our couple felt pure joy.