Ilaria Picasso Edge has made her first mark in the art world. We all had so much fun with this one, so much I thought it deserved it’s own little blog post…      
Read More
  Oh boy, where do I begin with this one. Absolutely bursting with joy. My heart has melted and our little princess already has me wrapped around her tiny little perfect finger. Parents know how we are both feeling right now. I’ve just edited these photos with her snoozing away just behind my shoulder. My little buddy keeping me company while Mrs. Edge has an hour of peace before feeding time starts again. Without further ado, we’d like to introduce you to Ilaria Edge, born Thursday the 11.June 2020 at 06:50 in Bern, Switzerland.      
Read More
  With its sumptuous mix of colours, traditions, spiritual beliefs, architecture and landscapes, memories of India will blaze bright for myself and Cotswolds Wedding Photographer,Dan Morris, for a long time to come. We ventured upon its shores and began our little adventure in Varanasi, the India of your imagination. One of the world’s oldest continually inhabited cities, and one of the holiest in Hinduism, Varanasi welcomes Pilgrims from all over India (and further) to wash away sins in the sacred waters of the Ganges or for it to be their final resting place. To die in Varanasi is considered one of the greatest honours in Hinduism and I’ve never experienced anything like it before, nor am I ever likely to experience anything like it ever again. Guided by our local hero Vineet Vohra, imparting his knowledge of photography, Indian culture and local cuisine, we were always going to be in good hands, the best hands. Leaving the seemingly endless banks of the sacred Ganges Dan and I took a flight to the beating heart of India, Dehli. Its unrelenting chaos, sounds and smells knocked us sideways and we soon realised what we landed ourselves into. Four days like nothing before. […]
Read More

India Street

by Rob Edgerley· March 17, 2020· in People, Street· 14 comments
  India Street marks the start of a new chapter. A tightly curated set of images that fall firmly inside the bounds of “Street Photography”. Perhaps I’ll follow-up later with a blog post documenting my experience in India with Dan “the man” Morris (some really nice images), but for now we’re going pure Street, Edge style. All images shot with the new X-Pro3, 23mm ƒ2. Hyper-focal’ing and single shot (i.e. no burst)      
Read More

Best of 2019

by Rob Edgerley· December 15, 2019· in People· 1 comments
  Shocking how quickly the year has gone by. Next year will be an extra special year and one I’m hugely looking forward to. Thanks to all my subjects this year. You rock!      
Read More

Gina & Kosi

by Rob Edgerley· July 18, 2019· in People· 1 comments
  “Art is a personal act of courage, something one human does that creates change in another.”- Seth Godin” Philipp and Virginia aka Kosi and Gina, were awesome to photograph. You’ll see from the images below that we had lots of fun. Gina’s smile is both contagious and addictive, as you’ll see for yourselves. Kosi, who I’ve known for some years now, was a guest at my first wedding with Danü & Meli, liked how I worked and decided he wanted me for his and Gina’s wedding too. Pretty cool, hu. So I have the pleasure of photographing these two for their two part wedding in Switzerland this year, and Italy next year. Happy days. All images were taken around the city of Bern, mainly around the beautiful river Aare. Gina’s expecting in September, but that didn’t stop her walking her socks off. Sorry for the hill climb at the end, Gina, we were all suffering in the heat after that one. At least we could enjoy a cool drink at the top.    
Read More

J & R

by Rob Edgerley· June 22, 2019· in People· 5 comments
  “The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice”- Brian Herbert” Take a gander at J & R’s engagement shoot from last year (part 1) and a few shots from their wedding day in Switzerland earlier this year (part 2). J & R don’t really have an internet presence, but were nevertheless very kind in allowing me to share a select few images from their engagement and wedding day. I didn’t know J & R before taking their photo’s, which was in equal measures of scary, exciting and enlightening. A professional relationship has a completely different set of working boundaries compared to friends, which has ultimately been an invaluable experience for my second ever wedding.     Part 1: The Engagement     Part 2: The Wedding Day J & R’s wedding ceremony took place in a beautifully restored 17th century Schlösschen (small castle) in Biberist, Switzerland. We had beautiful sunshine during the ceremony, the apéro, and then torrential rain for our portrait session. Luckily, there was the most glorious light for a brief moment before retreating back indoors, which I’m sure the pros will immediately be […]
Read More

  1. Amazing gallery u have Rob! great to find your blog. thanks for sharing, keep going…!!!

    Willy Koesnadie · July 01, 2020
    • Cheers Willy. Much appreciated

      Rob · July 01, 2020

Leave a Comment!

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.