This awarded photograph follows on from the Wedaward32 award I received last month, its part of the post wedding shoot I did with my awesome wedding clients. The location is full of outstanding natural beauty and we had so much fun exploring the surroundings there, the fallen tree was the perfect platform for me to pose my couple. As I mentioned on the previous awarded photograph this shoot was meant to have taken place at Leeds Castle but due to circumstances out of our control that couldn't happen, so with short notice and no planning we created what you see now.
These two beauties were married at Sunset Ranch Hawaii in what was a spectacular botanical and fuzzy Australian-friend inspired event! Here they share a sweet moment in the Photo Bus Oahu. Seeing as Mandy proposed to Kaliko at the famous Abbey Road (Kaliko is a huge Beatles fan) how perfect is this little VW photo bus from the same era?!
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When they're not selling people their dream homes in Hawaii, these two like to spend quality time together fishing. During their engagement session, we decided to take to the seas to have some fun in their dinghy! What a catch! ;) Thank you to @love_letter_weddings for her support and floral design! She will also be coordinating this event in just a few short months!
This amazing ROCKSTÅR couple decided to take the adventurous route for their wedding photos following ceremony and just before reception. Apparently the ocean had bigger plans in store for us than we had even planned on. As they smiled at the camera their bridal party watched in horror as a massive rogue wave came barreling toward us. Yes, they all got soaked! We laughed about it and it made for an amazing wedding day story. I truly believe perfection is in the imperfections. The unique moments, the strays from the perceived "perfect" wedding day vision is what makes for those juicy moments we cherish forever, the amazing stories we then have to tell! Following this their images were a little more wild and a little more free and really captured their love in the wild Hawaiian environment. Just beautiful. So grateful for those adventurous spirits.
Andres and Mae live on their own private lake in a floating house that Andres’ family built. It is an amazing property equipped with a zip line, a climbing wall, a wedding venue with a floating dance floor and bar, a bee farm, a chicken farm, etc. I could go on and on. Andres grew up on this property as a child and now together they have built it into a one of a kind wedding venue. This photo represents the life they are building. I knew they had to have this shot!
During the few minutes we had left, we found ourselves in a dark place. We had two options: either we move to somewhere else or create something out of nothing. So, I decided to challenge myself and voila.
I went for the blue light for this pre-wedding photoshoot because I sensed that it was the right mood.
Been a long and sunny day of travel, finally we checked in the property to get some sun set shots, but unfortunately the climate was not in favor of us, so we pushed the shoot to the dark, we found a lovely Camel but we exposed the camel with warm lights, and the bride was particular matching herself with the surroundings so we chose this costume, a little heavy on the work , but the tune of the orange and dark peach shades blended well for the night. The pose and the camel was very impromptu, the camel left the place as soon we heard the click :-) we are indeed luck to get such lovely capture.