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. See the rest of their work by following this link.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Jonas Peterson is a photographer whose work I’ve struggled with. Like a record from a band that, while you might not necessarily “like”, contains distinctly unique qualities. The “challenging” art. Jonas Peterson is based in Brisbane, Australia, but travels extensively to carry out his unique brand of wedding photography. He makes this blog’s list of […]