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Colorado Based Wedding Photographers

Here are some images from Chateaux at Fox Meadows a mansion in Northern Colorado. The first image received an Accolade of Excellence from WPPI Wedding and Portrait Photographers International. The wedding had lots of traditions and the couple mixed their backgrounds into a beautiful ceremony with Colorado as the backdrop.

You can see more Denver Colorado Wedding Photography on our blog or more images from this Northern Colorado Wedding.


wedding photography in Thessaloniki

In my city was the latest post so i am trying to get some different locations shots.Great quality of  light and a loveable couple plus my gear and my assistant will gave me  the perfect receipe for this wedding images.

Seychelles Wedding

The humidity hit me as I stepped from the Air Seychelles plane late that Monday night.  I got my passport stamped (a funny shaped coconut with date), bags and a only quater full Kia Picanto to take on the dark roads of Mahé to my hotel.  It was much more hilly than I imagined it to be with many sharp turns and narrow corners.  I loved it already!  I stopped for a quick burger & beer at a already closed Anchor Cafe on the way.  The French owner lady was kind enough to scrape something together for a tired and hungry photographer.  I showed them my appreciation by paying in Euros (keep the change) and my support with 2 more dinners later in the week.  I had to start shooting early the next morning and I knew this was a lifesaver.  With a full tank, the AC at full blast and the sea calling from outside, I crashed on my double bed to counter the 2 hour time difference for an early morning start.

Jens and I met once over Skype, but this Valentine’s morning was the first face to face encounter between a Dutch-Swiss couple and their South African photographer at the amazing Banyan Tree Resort.    We confirmed the ideas discussed in detail by email and I left them to finish breakfast as I started to scout the immediate vicinity.  It was breathtaking to say the least and I knew it had the potential I expected.

(See the Seychelles Information article I’ve specially written for photographers, honeymooners and basically anyone thinking about visiting this awesome piece of paradise).

Patricia came walking down the beach to meet Jens at the specially prepared area.  The sun was bright and I had to be quick to capture the short, yet intimate ceremony juggling two D700 bodies, prime lenses and a stack of filters above the sand.  It was beautiful.

The rest of the day was spent carefully selecting moments, environments and capturing memories naturally with this lovely couple.  I thoroughly enjoyed their company, sense of humour and intelligent conversations.  My Picanto almost ran out of fuel on the way back from sunset, but by God’s grace (and loads of downhill freeing last seen in my student days!) made it to the last petrol station  just in time before closing.  (The back seat wouldn’t really replace the Presidential Suite and specially prepared dinner for the night now would it!) .  Despite all of this, they kept a high spirit and  showed their calm & lovely character.  We finished the shoot on day 2 with a more urban vibe and spectacular sunset from the historic Mission Lookout.

That Friday morning, I got on the plane a much richer person.   (I know what you are thinking.  No, it wasn’t the money).  I had the privilege to spent two very special days with two very special people.  I greeted them for now, but am sure our paths will cross again someday.  I am looking forward to that day.

I present to you Jens & Patricia.  And their lovely, unforgettable wedding in the Seychelles.

Austinmer, South East Coast, New South Wales, Australia by CloudFace Photography

I hope that whether you were at Geneveive and Owen’s Wedding or not, that you can feel through these images, everything that a great wedding is all about:

Love. Yep Genevieve and Owen have got that one going on that’s for sure. BIG LOVE. Big enough for half the people of the east coast of Australia and every living animal and person across the pacific, to feel at least a little something on that special day.

Honesty. That’s when there’s no pretence or pre-described notion of what to do, or how to be, when and how. It’s just being and doing as it feels right, and the authenticity of the moment resounds all the more powerfully for it. Again, Genevieve and Owen are as honest, and as real, as two people can be, and to bare witness to this on their wedding day was a gift for us all.

Joy. Joyous faces everywhere!

Photographically, I hope this series of images goes to show, that lasting images come from capturing real moments. Further to this, a wedding which flows without regard for the photographic process facilitates the best photography of all.

Here’s to Wedding Photojournalism so we can continue to be reminded that weddings are about celebrating love and togetherness (not ‘photo shoots’).

Here’s to Genevieve and Owen for showing us exactly what we need more of in this world.

And here’s to love, kindness, and authenticity.

Dean aka CloudFace