Tag: wedding photography

Inus + Cene

Published in September 22, 2017
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Namibia! Traveling to a destination wedding. One of my very first weddings I captured was on the dunes of Mariental! To be back in this beautiful country and be able to travel to Swakopmund was a real treat. As we arrived a few days prior to the wedding we were able to share in the joy and the trials with the challenges and excitement of the buildup to this day. We arrived in Windhoek and spent the nig

Attie + Anke

Published in September 13, 2017
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Together There was the beauty of raw emotion as Attie heard his beloved speak moments before she walked down the aisle. As he caught a glimpse of her walking down the aisle, her arm around her father and her dad making her smile and telling her stories only known to the two of them, Attie beamed. Their day had finally arrived, the emotions could not be contained and their love for one another was now going

David + Lara

Published in March 8, 2017
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A ceremony under the trees, a kindling of joy amongst the Fouriesburg mountains and a coming together of two people, David + Lara. As we captured these two beautiful people in the cherry orchards we could see the happiness and love that finally they were able to make this promise and share it with so many people. As Lara's sisters helped with her hair, making sure that she looked beautiful for her big day, th

Louis + Louzel

Published in October 31, 2016
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Part of having to capture destination weddings is the excitement, the open roads, the different atmospheres of landscapes and the knowledge of not knowing who we will meet on this journey. Having done a wedding the night before in a different location with a another vibe makes it quite interesting to see the contrast in the way weddings portrays itself.  Do yourself a favor and book a flight to Nelson Mandel

Philip + Claudia

Published in September 21, 2016
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A chilly morning, with the sun gently breaking through just enough to keep us warm through a ceremony next to a dam on a trout lodge overlooking the Dullstroom meander with its winter palette.  One thing was guaranteed at Philip + Claudia's wedding that no amount of  chill in the air was going to put a damper on the joy and celebration of a wedding day and a bit of dancing and merriment was bound to chase t

Colin + Pamela

Published in June 28, 2016
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What a surprise when we received an e-mail from Singapore, asking if we were available to take some couple photo's. Colin + Pamela had contacted us via e-mail, saying they would love for us to take some photo's of them, while they are visiting in Cape Town over May. Unfortunately, as we were scheduled over that time to do work in Gauteng, we referred them to other photographers. When we received an e-mail bac

Burger + Inge

Published in June 25, 2015
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How different the landscape of Heidelberg looks in the winter. As we drove on the well known dirt road towards The Stone Cellar wedding venue, we were excited to see just what the day had in store for us on this icy and chilly winter Saturday. The winter lines in the landscape perfectly blended with the modern vintage detail of the wedding. What a celebration! From the time we arrived at the venue there was m

Calie + Lenie

Published in June 4, 2015
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A wedding day themed in red, white and navy...joy as a bride gets dressed for her big day and the anticipation of a groom to see the woman he loves walk down the isle, this was the excitement surrounding the wedding day of Calie and Lenie at The Stone Cellar Wedding Venue. My first wedding on an Easter Sunday, which added to the emotion of the day. A relaxed and friendly atmosphere is what made this wedding d

Detlev + Rianè

Published in March 27, 2015
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Its been a crazy first few months of 2015 in my home as we received numerous emails on different types of photoshoots. Weddings are my main game as I was thrown out of my comfort zone with shoots of resorts, product shoots and my most daunting, teaching photography to kids in front of a class of 32.  We tend to rationalize that we are going to be rusty when we return to what we are good at but its exactly