Today I would like to share with you a small selection of photos from Katarzyna and Andrew’s wedding from last August. They had a small ceremony at Aberdeen’s iconic Marischal College building, followed by very intimate dinner at Marcliffe Hotel.
Although it was raining all week prior to the wedding and a bit on the day, we have been lucky enough to take a few outdoor snaps during sunny intervals. Many brides dread that bad weather will spoil their beautiful day, but we made the best out of it as the rainy glow added to the intensity of colors which look absolutely amazing!
Using this opportunity I would like to wish all the best to the newly-wed couple!
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Aleksandra and Grzegorz are a fun couple, and when we talked their wedding, they did not want cliche, posed photographs, but candid photographs during the ceremony and something joyful and crazy for their wedding session. Therefore I dressed them in leathers and hats and shoot them at the graffiti background. Aleksandra also always dreamed about a beach wedding, and although Aberdeen’s weather is not exactly suited for it, we went down the Beach Esplanade to take a few shoots she could stick to her weeding album. We had so much laugh making funny faces and jumping around! All the best you two!
In my previous post you had a chance to see photographs I took while travelling around Thailand trying to capture beautiful places, emotions and atmosphere of this amazing country; however I realised that I have never shared with you the video my partner took from our great trip. I featured Pawel’s work on this blog before, but this short movie is more personal, and you might even catch a glimpse of me wearing my camera around my neck! Happy watching!
Well, the title says its all. Or almost all. The Fashion Show had a place on 17 July 2014 at Seventeen on Belmont Street, Aberdeen, and it was a huge success. Although it was mainly for family and friends, I am sure that Aymee Charlton, who is a RUG Gray’s School of Art graduate, would be more than happy to invite you to her workshop.
Over the past year I developed a new liking towards sport photography. I covered a few games for Youth Football Scotland, a box night in the Beach Ballroom, and last Saturday – a boat race. Rowing proved to be least dynamic and diverse from all those sports, but nevertheless still amazing to watch, especially after observing emotional reactions of participants and viewers. You will be able to see for yourself, as I captured a moment when one of the winners was thrown to ice-cold water by her team mates, and she was later hugged by her ecstatic mum!
At first, a few words of explanation. I neglected this blog over last few months, as it wasn’t working properly. It seems that my posts were reaching only a very few of you who subscribed to mailing lists and notifications. I could not tell what what was the issue; we shall see if it resolved itself.
Meantime some of you might noticed, that I changed my name and url address with it. Hopefully it will not add to more technical glitches.
However the post was supposed to tell you the exciting news – I become a new Photo Editor of amazing student’s paper “The Gaudie”. The paper runs for almost 80 years (we are going to celebrate this anniversary next year), and I am really proud that I can become a part of that history 🙂
As a teaser, I am posting a snapshot of my picture on the front cover of the latest issue, and if you are interested enough you can follow a link below to the website.
I absolutely love shooting themed photographs! Costumes, elaborate preps, mystical scenery…however sometimes one simple thing is enough. Guitar is one of my favourite preps, and gives the shots simplicity, but at the same time this specific vibe. Check for yourself!