This Turks & Caicos honeymoon shoot was a real pleasure to photograph. A relaxed, happy couple, great weather, and the (official) best beach in the world to shoot on -…
I will confess to being a little nervous about shooting this wedding, as both Paul and Layla are very into photography, and were looking for something out of the ordinary. But I needn't have worried - Paul and Layla were relaxed, fun and very easy to work with!
Regular readers of my blog will probably remember I had the pleasure of photographing Julie & Tom's wedding in islington last September. So what are they doing getting married again in France? The idea was to have a very relaxed summertime celebration with warmer weather, and so that people who weren't able to come to their London wedding could attend.
The Park Hyatt in Dubai is a great venue for a wedding - located next to the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club in the heart of the city, but quiet and secluded. My clients, who live in Dubai, chose it as the location for their Christian wedding ceremony and reception, a couple of days after their spectacular African ceremony in the desert.
When I was asked to photograph an African wedding in the Dubai desert, I was (not surprisingly) happy to oblige! I enjoy photographing weddings whatever the location - but I love travelling, and shooting a different style of wedding is always fun!
Last week I flew out to the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, to shoot a corporate video for an American company at the five-star resort of La Samanna, on Baie Longue on the French side of the island (St. Martin is shared between the Dutch and French – the northern part being under French jurisdiction while the southern side – known as “Sint Maarten” – is Dutch).
It was a fun assignment, although there wasn’t much time for admiring the scenery, especially as I had to edit the video on the spot ready to show at the company’s gala dinner on the final evening.
However, I did manage to find time on Friday morning to take a few photos of the resort before heading to the airport for the flights back home… (more…)
This past weekend I’ve been in France, filming a destination wedding in the very pretty alpine town of Chamonix, Haute-Savoie, in the shadow of Mont Blanc.
The movie will be posted on my wedding films website, www.lumierefilms.co.uk, in a few weeks’ time when I’ve had a chance to edit it all together, but in the meantime I thought I’d post a few stills here as the weather was great and the scenery so beautiful…
As regular readers of my blog will know, the weather is something I'm always interested in, especially when I'm due to be shooting a Caribbean engagement shoot on a beach…