10 Amazing wedding photographs in this post are by award winning UK wedding photographers Sam & Louise.
Amazing wedding photographs come in all shapes and sizes. We’d like to believe that fantastic wedding photos happen because of fantastic photographers. The truth is, we rely on our couples too. We rely on our newlyweds to indulge our creativity. We rely on them to trust that the vision we have will result in jaw dropping final images that they can cherish forever. Sometimes when you’re presented with a white wall and a flash, it’s hard to believe that wonderful things will happen. But they can….if you choose the right photographer.
The 15 photographs in this post have been specifically chosen to highlight the fact that no matter what the location, or the lighting situation, amazing wedding photographs are possible. Showcased above are lighting situations across various conditions. Some are shot in pitch black darkness, others in eye wateringly bright daylight. In some it’s raining. There’s also a mix of indoors and outdoors.
These photographs summarise just some of the creative ideas we’ve had. These things can be achieved (very simply) by knowing how to use light effectively. Using light effectively can create something memorable and out of the ordinary for your clients.
Throughout this post you’ll find amazing wedding photographs that use off camera flash, natural light, ambient light and mixed lighting sources. There’s no photoshop trickery. In some photoshop has been used to make basic adjustments only. Such as cloning out bats on the waters surface in the first photo. The bones are there though all shot in camera.
The images above are all from real weddings photographed by us, Sam & Louise photography. We are a UK based husband and wife wedding photography team. We’re Lincolnshire wedding photographers primarily, specialising in reportage and documentary style coverage. We always like to throw in a few “wow” images too though! Our work is candid but creative too.
We also offer mentoring to other wedding photographers and creative professionals with an interest in wedding photography. If you’d like to know more about this you can find information here.