So, shutter candy hour is upon us.
If Beyond Beyond were a rave, then this part of the day would be the slow jam section. What was it that Mr. Foxx sang ‘Ready for the World, some New Edition, some Minnie Ripperton’.
Well, the visual slow jam comes from the lens of The Hons, a formidable husband and wife team based in Florida – and don’t worry they are international, they have cameras and will travel with their most recent wedding shutter candy having been taken in the Emerald Isle.
Fresh vision and a real contemporary flair permeates ever image – but enough of the superlatives, you need to know who the fantastic couple.
Your love porn is celebrating the lovely couple that is Rhome and Rhome, first names Calen and Kristine, who also happen to be some rather awesome wedding videographers.
The Hons shared: When we heard of the news that our good friends, White In Revery, a local Wedding Videography Duo were looking for a chance to redo their engagement photos, we were chomping at the bits.
Not only are they in love, but they are truly a perfect loving couple, and you could see the love and emotion.
So, let’s say it in unison lovers – it’s time for: ‘Shutter candy to begin!’See Some More Post a comment (1)
This is the type of engagement shoot that superlatives were made for – thedigital lushness gracing your screens this afternoon comes from the lens and imagination of Candid Tales.
We nearly disappeared into miasma of alliteration because of the feels and chills that this shoot gave us – so we’ll throw out the following and get it over and done with…
Since, we’ve got our need to be overly verbose and dispensed of the scrabble winners we can share a bit more on the couple. The people that you are meeting (digitally at least) are Poovra and Endre – this is the pre shoot for their utterly stunning wedding that you will have the chance to peruse from the comfort of your desks on the morrow.
However, for today it is all about the stunning engagement shoot each shot has the power to stand on its own – they are stunning digital frescos that use incredible backdrops and composition to create a world of love where only this couple exists.
These are so epic that these should be on a big screen in a cinema whilst you munch on popcorn kernels, there is something so cinematic about these. But, I guess your tablet or desktop will do. So, enjoy the visuals of Poovra and Endre and we will have more fantastic pixels of these two on Tuesday.
Let sublime shutter candy begin!See Some More Post a comment (0)
No, this isn’t a post about Sting or Trudy Styler – it is a visual tale of one awesome couple as told by the lens of Rachel Sumner and the story that you are going to hear with your eyes is that of Kolleen and Gregor.
You know that we love us some cute couple, and we hope that you love this shoot too. So, we are taking you off to Seattle for a bit of romance and magic.
So, you get all comfy-cosy it’s story time – let shutter candy begin!See Some More Post a comment (0)
Now, a wee while back and we mean wee as in little, not wee as in Tena pad territory we shared a rather awesome reader offer for some lucky sons of a guns to have their pictures taken by the magnificent Rebecca Rees.
Well, we had the rather wonderful Jean-Marc and Chloe who gave good face and the rather fabulous results are here for you to behold.
But, we’ll handover to Rebecca and let her share more about this lovely couple:
Jean-Marc and Chloe (originally from France) moved to London a few years ago after they married. They emailed me to tell me that they wanted a photo shoot to mark their 10 year anniversary together. Oh and did I mention, Jean-Marc is also a great photographer, so no pressure. Jean-Marc told me their idea of the perfect day together was, “chilling out, doing nothing but lying in the grass and enjoying the moment”, so I suggested we meet for a shoot in the long, wild grass at Hampstead Heath. We had all been watching the weather forecast like hawks all week as we were threatened with the prospect of thunderstorms by the weekend. I had my fisherman’s coat on standby. Luckily it turned out to be a beautiful day and the location was perfect.
The couple were a dream to shoot and so at ease with the camera, hardly needing any direction from me at all. The shoot felt very natural, uncontrived and personal, and I’m so grateful I could be there to capture this milestone in their lives.
There you go lovers, on those lovely words from Rebecca – it is time to let shutter candy begin!See Some More Post a comment (2)