Hi, i am Lars
My photographic roots are in beauty and fashion photography. But my heart has always been in storytelling wedding photography.
I love those special moments and the feelings between bride and groom. I do not just shoot a wedding - I try to capture creative and meaningful wedding photos that bring bridal couples back to their emotions of their wedding day, even years later. I do not just photographically determine what it looks like, but what it feels like. Around the world.
Ther are the special moments in life that have brought me to photography. As a husband and dad of two girls, I am relaxed ;-) and enjoy every moment.
Even after years, my photos are meant to revive the emotions of the moment. That's my motivation and passion.
Iceland is one of the most charismatic countries on earth. This jungle of nature, color and light is just the paradise for me as a photographer. Weddings in this country are the absolute highlight. The contrast between a bride and this grandiose landscape is just fantastic. But it was so f***cold, that the bride didn't really had fun after a hour of shooting :-)
I think the contrast between a dilapidated, vanishing location is very inspiring for many photographers.
On the one hand something slowly passes - on the other hand something new is emerging: a young family and everything that grows out of it. These opposites always give wedding pictures a little story.
An old factory near the party location was the location for the bridal couple shoot. Unfortunately it rained that day and only little light was available. I found this armchair in a corner and found these lighting conditions in another room. Since I never really use lightning to capture the real situation, it took a few tries to get this picture. But i love it - and i hope you love it too.
I love it when bridal couples sometimes take more difficult photos. Now one wonders what was so difficult about it ?! OK. The access to the pasture was secured with barbed wire. The bride is afraid of cows, and a wedding dress doesn't really get along with what cows leave behind in a pasture. :-) Still, both of them managed it wonderfully.
The subtropical climate, an unconventional couple and all in a boho style. You don't always have to get married in white or wear a veil. A wedding is a celebration where two people swear allegiance to each other for eternity. They love each other as they are - far from any convention. Just the thing for me as a photographer. And I am only too happy to accompany wedding couples to the places in the world that are magical for these couples.
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