Wedding Photography in a different country can most times produce the best photos for a wedding photographer. In August of 2013 this dream came true for me.
I had the absolute gem of a wedding to shoot in Wagrowiec-Poland. I believe every Wedding Photographer has a dream to be asked to fly to another country and photograph a wedding.
It’s almost like a calling card that all your years of hard work has finally paid off and your being recognized as an International Wedding Photographer.
Kasia & Piotr are such a beautiful and lovely couple. There love for each other is undeniable and pure. Kasia was very helpful in making me understand the different process of Polish weddings so that I had the best possible understanding to provide the best wedding photography of their day to the best of my ability.
As for the language barrier, “Haha” her family were more than helpful to translate, along with Google Translator to help me out. I have to say getting everyone’s attention for the group family shoot is not easy when no one knows what your saying “lol”
There Wedding took place in a well sort after Hotel used by many famous stars and people across the world. The Roza Poraja. A beautiful venue and what a beautiful sunny day it was for the couple.
Anyway I would like to share the wedding photography pictures from their amazing day to you all.
The Inn on the Lake (goto site here) situated on the edge of Shorne wood is the beautiful location that Tom and Emily chose for their wedding reception. With beautiful grounds for photography against a lake. This was one of the most beautiful weddings I shot in the UK
August 9th 2013 was the date that this beautiful couple committed there lives to each other for the rest of their lives, and I was able to provide the wedding photography. Seeing these two tie the knot was a wonderful and emotional affair. This wedding literally brought me to pause and not shoot because of the tears of joy and love in the room.
The weather was amazing and I had such a great time with the couple and their families. I spent the entire day with the couple starting with the Bride getting ready in the Salon and then the Groom getting ready at the hotel. The wedding took place in St Johns Church situated in Gravesend. It is a lovely well lit church, large a spacious for wedding photography. I even took some of the family group photos inside because of this very reason.
I had a truly amazing day with this couple and would like to share these pictures with you.
I have been so excited to post this blog entry on a wedding I did in March 2013 at the Westminster Registry Office. I had the opportunity to photograph the lovely and most excited couple so far. Patricia and Julian Davies.
These guys oozed love and happiness, they were all smiles all day and an absolute pleasure to photograph. They trusted my decisions, style and approach to shooting. The guests were so great and funny and I truly enjoyed the day when I was and wasn’t shooting (having dinner that was lol)
The weather was kind to me though overcast and really cold as the UK enjoyed the extended winter period (sigh right now in June it feels almost like the summer is already gone). I also had a second shooter with me that day from Trokia Wedding Photography, he covered the bridal prep and the rest of the day with me.
The wedding started out in Central London in the beautiful Westminster Registry Office (see here). I loved the urban feel of this wedding being located so centrally. To top it all off the best man organised a London Black Cab to take the couple from the registry office to there reception.
The reception was held at Marylebone Hotel (see here) a very sought after location for many brides to hold there reception. As a photographer it was a delight to have so many white walls/ceilings and various photogenic locations for the couple. They truly enjoyed their day and so did I.
Enjoy the pictures from this wedding, comment and share to all your friends.