All the way from the Amazon, Rafał Bojar has fostered a non-traditional style of visual storytelling. Eduardo and Talita’s session is pure creativity.
Maru Films created something truly special with this story. Take a few minutes out of your day and check out Alyssa and Scott’s wedding at JW Marriott Hotel. It’s cinematic perfection.
Can you photograph a wedding on a smartphone? Of course you can, but will it hold up to the professional cameras? Ian Weldon took on the challenge.
Stockholm wedding photographer Nadja Endler and a super stylish urban city wedding at Färgfabriken. One of the coolest weddings you’ll ever see, we promise.
This isn’t the story you’d expect from a group of Icelanders, but Kristin Maria – an Icelandic wedding photographer – told this story from Positano perfectly.
Modern Bohemian Wedding in Tuscany photography by the winner of Europe’s Best Wedding Photographer at the 2018 Way Up North Awards, Karin Lundin from Sweden.
Lena and Lukas’ intimate Iceland wedding was held on a June summer day, with the light shining for the whole 24 hours due to Summer Solstice. The film by Mónika Frias is wedding cinematography at its’ finest.
This Scottish elopement film was created by the fabulous duo, Gregg and Simon from Cinemate Films, with the ceremony hosted at the legendary Glen Coe.
A story from 2015 and how two Irish photographers took a chance in Stockholm and wound up photographing a wedding in Belgium.
Jakub Fabijański’s portrait project caught our eye when we learned he was approaching total strangers asking to do portraits all on film.
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