International Wedding Photographers
Munich Photography brings us a dreamy wedding picture of this couple here within a garden of hydreangea. Keeping things simple, they allowed the bride’s veil to guide the viewers eye towards the entranced couple slight left. Along with few more heaps of hydreangea bushes in front, the picture is carefully framed to keep the romance ...
Diamond Street Photography
A really low perspective from Diamond Street Photography here of this wedding couple is pulled of perfectly. With architectural lines that leads up into a 3 perspective dome, the hut frames the couple into a warm embrace. Along with the cleverly positioned sun in the right negative space, this picture tells a thousand words!
Mary Guillén Fotógrafa
Mairena del Alcor, Spain
Silhouttes and reflection create meaningful moments. And for Mary Guillen, they convey more to the audience. Random yachts adorned the bay and the couple was strategically placed right under the setting sun, away from any clutter to get that lovely warm and beautiful orange overspill one can only associate with sunsets.
Fotógrafo Kayan Freitas
A simple photo of love can go a long way. It lies true here as Kayan Freitas uses a simple composition to convey the love between this duo. With a dark background behind, the newlyweds were illuminated from the front and a trail of a kick light to get the look.
Andrea Bagnasco Fotografie
Posed portraits are common. But this sudden and momentarily capture of the bride and groom by Andrea Bagnasco shows the sheer beauty of randomness and how a beautiful picture can be construed from it. With soft light shining through the window, illuminating them both, the softness of their emotions is set against a fully furnished backgro...
Ken Pak Photography
A magical composition for a magical night. Ken Pak Photography shows how the simplest form of shadows and colours can convey the right mood and emotions equivalent to a portrait. Dangling lights became soft bokehs and the backlight illuminates the wedding couple, bringing this minimalist art to life.
2 of us photography
Titled ‘rock with you’, this photo by 2 of us Photography plays out the pun with the bride and groom standing diagonally apart against a rock formation. Standing in naturally formed crevasses at opposite ends, the negative space of rock in between them is enhanced, allowing the eyes to adjust the juxtaposition of their positio...
JLB Wedding Photography
Long exposure light trails has always been a photography subject coveted by photographers. But combining both wedding photography and long light exposure? JLB wedding takes it to the next step by creating a magical spiral of light enclosing this couple in a romantic embrace. An eye opener aimed at wowing the audience, it definitely has ca...
Danilo Siqueira - let's fotografar
São Paulo, Brazil
Danilo Siqueira captures the sparkle of this this Jewish wedding well. Subtle lights and sharp blobs of hanging lights frame the sides of the picture and the center of it all is an intimate embrace of the couple so madly in love and contented with their partner in their arms.
Victoria, British Columbia
Funky Town Photography delivers an artistic touch with their use of coloured lens flares and a slightly tilted composition to create this dramatic moment in Centennial Park Tennis Court. With their funky style, you get an immense draw towards this atmosphere of colours, love and beauty and just like everyone else, we can’t help but ...
Ariel Haber Fotografía de bodas
Making use of the low light surroundings, Ariel Haber delivers a compelling image of love with two emotionally filled silhouttes against a charming bouquet background of tiny lights and lanterns. Like stars against the sky, it adds to the romantic mood of the couple and elevates the atmosphere of this photo.
Stefan Czajkowski Photography
Münster, Hessen, Germany
Stefan Czajkwoski uses rays of light and shadows to construe a illusory image of perspective lines towards the couple. The centered composition is made more different with cleverly balanced assymetrical components, lush greens on the right, sunset on the left, blue skies on the top and equal ground width below.
An artistic image of beauty, silhoutte and textures, this masterpiece by Eture Weddings evokes the mystery of love. Who knows, with the right lens, composition and foreground framing, a simple peck to the forehead silhoutte photo can turn into such a stunning beauty, of worthy in art galleries!
With a slightly low and wide angled lens, Photographer Christian Cardona and Express Books’ wondrous image of clear blue skies, green grasses and pristine lakes become a gorgeous backdrop. Along with a sweet and perfect kiss,this couple looks ready for their future ahead!
More of these feels please! Fun times on the beach with these two and Kennychi bend the lens! What a great way to connect all your guests and of course those who couldn’t make it, and share all the memories you could possibly collect on film and social media!
“Renowned as one of the best wedding photography Taiwan, Kennychi go...
Francesco Brunello Fotografie
Francesco Brunello uses the bride’s veil to draw loops of lines, guiding us perspectively into the center of this environment, where our bride and groom’s silhoutte stays. With a sweet and sentimental act of kissing his lovely bride and with the surge of voluminous clouds above, this picture has that grand element to tug the v...
Francesco Spighi Photography
Monochromatic magic make its way for this marrriage! Francesco Spighi uses contrast to draw the viewer’s attention the romantic couple. Architecure frames the negative spaces, covering the sides of the lake, which is now a backdrop for the couple, in a tug of arm to kiss!
A simple spin always does the trick. Fairytale Productions captured this moment well, highlighting the grace and beauty of the bride and how her groom is right there for her. With a neat composition and some bushes as the foreground element, this picture shows us how profound the joy is when you get enjoy the simplest pleasures with your ...
Sunset photos are always similar. But this, with a swing? Fabbri Barbara’s photograph of this two is a little more whimsical with the presence of the swing. With winds blowing and in each other’s embrace, this photo connects the couple and brings warmth to us all.
Douglas Gama Fotografia
Starry skies with a touch of vintage, this photo by Douglas Gama Fotografia brings dramatic feelings with its low wide angled lens. The couple’s center composition coupled in with random positions of trees against the ultramarine skies of glittering beauty set this piece apart as a magical beauty.
B & W Photography captures this stunning and vibrant piece with the help of an unusual backdrop. Combining textures and setting a juxtaposition of a formal union against a street-styled mural, we see how imbibing creative elements into a wedding picture like this can be fun yet inclusive.
Tomáš Loutocký - svatební a portrétní fotograf
Prague, Czech Republic
The colours in this wedding image really make us happy. The autumn tones in the forest, where all that blooms are her flowers and their love. Captured by Tomas Loutocky, they look like they belong, in the forest, and in each others arms.
Van Daele & Russell
Low camera angle coupled with a 3 point perspective of the building adds to the glamour and heroic act of our couple holding hands, extending out for a kiss. Silhouttes against the ever bright light below, the clouds and the shadows seemed to make way for this couple, and the shades of blue and orange in its complimentary scheme completes...