“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 able to spot. It’s “easy” being a photographer in light like this. The skill is finding it on a regular bases…which I haven’t quite mastered yet. The evening was topped off nicely in the finest of locations, an Irish pub come dining room in Kriegstetten. Sláinte!