French Grey’s Brian Wright.

In my continued effort to scour the globe showing great wedding photographers, I’m bringing you work by Brian Wright of French Grey today. As the name of his studio might suggest, Brian calls France home.

Brian’s work is real nice. I think I’m hit a lot harder by it because of the setting. Paris, for anything “they” might say, is a feast for the eyes and Brian really puts that right in front of us. I hope you enjoy looking at these pictures 🙂

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To find the rest of this album, click this link.

Jeff and Lisa – Wedding Photographers from Manila, with John and Melissa’s Wedding

I wanted something a bit different today. I’m tired of East and West Coast American photographers dominating here, and while I admit that an overwhelming number of skilled shooters are from the US…well…it’s just time to explore more. Today, I’m going to take you to Manila in the Philippines to meet Jeff and Lisa,  husband and wife wedding photography team. I admit that today is the first day in my life that I have known how to spell “Philippines”.

But seriously, isn’t this great work? You don’t want to keep reading this garbage that I write, no. You want to start scrolling down and staring at these photos, that’s what you wanna do.

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To see the rest of John and Melissa’s wedding by Jeff and Lisa, just click this link.

Atlanta Wedding Photographers Scobey Photography

 

Here’s some excessively nice work from Atlanta’s Scobey Photography for your Saturday. Their look is quite different from others who I’ve posted, and I hope you can notice. If I had to pick three big differences, I would start with strong contrast. Look at those blacks! It seems like a lot of kids out there are shying away from putting a real deep black into a wedding image for fear of looking 90s. Well, that’s fair. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t pull it off with a bit of forethought. The next difference is in posing. It’s not wrong to direct and pose your subjects, and Scobey does a great job evidently. And lastly, is it just me or do we have a lot of green tint coming out here? Again, not a bad thing, but it certainly makes a unique image. Great work Scobeys! We hope to see more from you in the future.

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Los Angeles Wedding Photographers Our Labor Of Love

I first spotted Our Labor Of Love a few years back when they made American Photo’s 2011 list of wedding photographers. Suffice it to say that time’s passage has cost them none of their trademark flair.

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See the rest of their work by following this link.

The Parsons – Amy & Christopher’s Wedding

I haven’t updated in a while, and I’m very sorry to both of my regular readers here. All joking aside, it’s actually very difficult to find truly great photographers. In my endless nights of research and trawling, I would occasionally find one that I thought deserved a mention on this blog but ultimately I didn’t feel they warranted it. Today’s photographers (tagteam duo) are different. The Parsons are what would happen if Jonas Peterson married Joanne Peterson and the husband and wife Peterson combination roamed the world taking photos. They made American Photography’s 2013 list of best wedding photographers and you know what? I strongly agree with their selection in this case.

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You can check out the rest of Amy and Christopher’s wedding by The Parsons by clicking the link.

Californian Wedding Photographer Caroline Tran

California’s Caroline Tran is from the emergent “Fine Art” school of wedding photographers. I’m not sure if the usage of “fine art” is currently interchangeable with “looks shot by Jose Villa”, but it sure is getting popular to color after this fashion. Not to worry though – the results when applied thoughtfully are really rather good. It’s not like just anyone can replicate a style simply because they like said style. Sorry…is this one sounding too caustic?

I do admire Caroline’s eye for design though. It carries through in her work to convey a sense of order and consistency. Every image frames and gives more context to the next, so that together they all…well…they kinda sing, don’t they?

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Californian Wedding Photographer Caroline Tran

Californian Wedding Photographer Caroline Tran

Follow this link to see the rest of the album Caroline made for Diane and Alex.

Seattle Wedding Photographer Sean Flanigan: Spencer & Katelyn – Mountains & Meadows

Serial lover of monochrome and tilt-shifting Sean Flanigan gets the treatment today. Composition is Sean’s strong suit. He creates very appealing, non-standard images that leave something for the viewer to discover. As a result, it is very enjoyable to spend time going through Mr. Flanigan’s catalogue. There are many, many great shots worth spending time looking at. I hope you’ll enjoy looking at Sean Flanigan’s work as much as I do.

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Find more of Sean Flanigan’s work on the other side of this link.

New York Wedding Photographer Karen Hill

I wanted variety. I started looking for English wedding photographers but everything looked like it was out of The Bill, only with wedding guests instead of bobbies and crooks. So yah…I’m kinda staying out of the UK for a while. At least until I get convinced otherwise. Today’s Great Wedding Photographer is New York’s own Karen Hill. Her work has a beautiful organic feel, which I’m sure comes from her love of shooting on film. Her colors are excellent and her timing is too. Look at some of the natural moments Karen snaps up. Great work Karen. We hope to see more from you 🙂

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Follow this link to Karen Hill’s site to see more of her work.

Melbourne wedding photographer Jerry Ghionis

Although there were others I found afterwards, Jerry Ghionis is the photographer who first showed me how good a wedding can look. Now, granted – the glamour look isn’t exactly on the cutting edge of things today. All the kids seem to rave about today is vintage pastels and overexposure. But Jerry is a cut above all of that. He can take a suburban driveway and turn it into a glamour magazine setting. He can make a reception centre look like a studio. He does all of this in everyday lighting, with only an off-camera speedlight in some cases. Jerry Ghionis is the highest level of glamour photographer alive – one that, with thoughtfulness and creativity, takes the mundane and makes it stunning. Oh, and I have it on good authority that he’s a really nice guy too.Melbourne Wedding Photographer Jerry Ghionis Melbourne Wedding Photographer Jerry Ghionis Melbourne Wedding Photographer Jerry Ghionis Melbourne Wedding Photographer Jerry Ghionis Melbourne Wedding Photographer Jerry Ghionis Melbourne Wedding Photographer Jerry Ghionis Melbourne Wedding Photographer Jerry Ghionis

 

Check out the rest of Jerry’s work at his website.

Californian Wedding Photographer Jen Huang with Jackie and Brandon

Jen Huang got my attention when I saw how similar her work looks to Jose Villa’s. One of the differences between the two is that while we seldom see the inside of one of Jose’s weddings, Jen Huang is more forthcoming with real wedding photos. I’m sure you’ll agree that her colours are lovely and her pictures carry a lot of warmth.

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See the rest of this post at Jen Huang’s blog 😉