The Hoppers


Photo by , a London wedding photographer at Harry Richards Photography.

I love shooting with my aperture wide open as I can really draw attention to details within a frame. Shallow focus is especially challenging with action but looks great when it works out. Some of my favourite wedding moments are when everyone relaxes at the reception. To get this shot I ran backwards, crouched down low and got about half a dozen usable images but this was the moment – The victor overtaking his fallen foe, legs outstretched at full height and framing the shot.

Taken with a Nikon D4 and Nikon 50 1.4.

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Momentous Wedding | Kristen & David

We are so excited to share Kristen & David’s wedding from Australian wedding photographer Simon J Coulson.

Simon said “Kristen & David along with both families had nothing but love and joy written all over there faces all day, capturing all these moments in such a beautiful part of the world was a real pleasure.”

The wedding was photographed with Fuji XT1’s with 16mm, 23mm & 65mm lenses.


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The Hug After the Garter Toss


Photo by Howie Chen, a New Jersey wedding photographer at Dreamlite Photography.

Moments after the flower girl caught the bouquet, the ring bearer snatched the garter straight out of the air. This image shows the bride giving him a celebratory hug.

Taken with a Nikon D700 and Nikon 35mm f1.4, 35mm @ f/2.5, 1/125s.

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