Fancy some glamourous old Hollywood style portraits? You got it!
Miller + Miller is a husband + wife wedding photography team of Ryan + Sarah Miller. Our fashion-inspired, editorial style, high-impact, creative, and dramatic wedding photography has yet to transform the words of “unique wedding photography” in the Chicago area. We thrive to make people say “wow” or “that looks like it should be in an editorial magazine”. What’s our secret? Passion, creativity and transferring our 18 years of experience as graphic designers with an artistic vision, over to the camera. Additionally as avid lovers of the outdoors and architecture, we typically incorporate unique settings and light providing a “sense of place” and depth of field within the composition of our photos. With each shoot we aim to provide “kick-ass photos” for our bride and grooms to show off to their family and friends.
You all know how much I love Polaroids right? Well this gorgeous little film by StillMotion Photo & Cinema really hits the spot for me. The use of Polaroid to show transitions and key point throughout the day is so original, so unique and so effective – I can’t believe it hasn’t been done before!
Oooh a new pretty pretty wedding from Ken Goh! This one took place in Vegas Baby and how absolutely fabulous does she look in her bright yellow dress!?
For more, including their pre-wedding shoot clicky here
I love featuring weddings from the UK. Have a gander at this little beauty sent in by British photographer Phillip Allen. They look like that had a lot of fun…
Petia and Chris married in March at Poole Guildhall in Dorset, UK.
One of the most exciting aspects of the day for me as a photographer
was a beach landing they made at Studland on the Isle of Purbeck,
where their reception was held. After the ceremony they sailed out of
Poole Harbour on a 40 foot yacht with family and close friends (who
own and crewed the yacht) with a small outboard craft trailing
behind. As we approached land, bride, groom, photographer and yacht’s
skipper alighted the outboard and headed for the beach. The water was
somewhat on the nippy side it not quite yet being Spring in the
region but it added an exhilarating stimulus to an already exciting
method of moving between wedding ceremony and reception. Prior to the
big day I’d been researching Robert Capa’s beach landing shots,
though thankfully we weren’t under fire on the day in question
itself! A friend did retrospectively suggest adopting the approach of
Method Wedding Photography though, stating that I should have ordered
the groom (and by consequence the bride) to hit the surf face down!