Category Archives: Portraits

A Pre wedding shoot where a romantic Lee Valley meets East London…

Oh boy was this day worth waiting for.

After re- scheduling Ross and Vicky’s pre- wedding portrait session a good couple of times – yes of course because of the weather – we finally decided to just go for it, since we can’t be bossing the weather. 😉

We arrived at Lee Valley in East London just in time for the rain to make it’s big entry. But then… suddenly. The clouds moved along and the skies opened up for the most beautiful light ever – a photographer’s dream of a beautiful warm, setting sun just appeared in front of us. And it was almost impossible to stop photographing these beautiful people at a beautiful location in a beautiful light…

But we did realize eventually that we couldn’t go on forever ;). And we headed for our second location: Some spectacular, cinematic locations that Vicky and Ross had scouted out in EC London. It’s one of the best things about shooting location portraits – all the amazing locations that are around us, just waiting to be discovered! I love it when couples have scouted out their own locations and introduce me to them. I never even knew that Lee Valley existed before – it was the same euphoria as when someone first took me to Richmond Park.

Here’s Vicky and Ross. On a proper summer’s evening. Not too far from the middle of London…

lee-valley-portrait-photography

lee-valley-photography

lee-valley-portrait-photography

contemporary-portrait-photographer-london

portrait-photographer-east-london

portrait-photographer-east-london

Lee-valley-photography

lee-valley

lee-valley-bridge lee-valley-bridge lee-valley-bridge

lee-valley-photography

lee-valley-photograph

Lee-valley-portrait-photography

wedding-photography-louise-bjorling creative-portrait-photographer-london

wedding-photographer-lee-valley louise-bjorling-photography

london-wedding-photographer

love-shoot-photography

contemporary-portrait-photographer-london

contemporary-portrait-photographer-london

cinematic-portrait-photography-london

portrait-photographer-east-london

portrait-photographer-east-london cinematic-portrait-photography-london

cinematic-portrait-photography-london

cinematic-portrait-photography-london

contemporary-portrait-photographer-london

Looking forward to capturing your big day guys!


 


  • JACQUELYN CAULKER - Truly! “A picture speaks a thousand words”.(Anon)
    Vicky and Ross the photos are beautiful and full of your feelings for each other. (Love is Honest).
    The scenery reveals it’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place, less to do with the things you see and all to do with the imagination.
    To Louise B, I say ‘Thank you for shooting what it feels like and not shooting what it looks like’
    Ms Jacquelyn Caulker
    Mother of the BrideReplyCancel

  • canvas prints - i really enjoyed looking through the different photos, very good workReplyCancel

A pre wedding portrait shoot in Richmond Park, South West London

I’m looking forward to capture Terence and Selina’s colourful Chinese wedding Banquet in South London at the end of this summer! In the meanwhile, we headed down to Richmond park for a pre- wedding portrait session. I’m really glad that they decided to have their shoot here, I love the wild woodland look – it’s a bit like the outback… but in London! (Ok, an Aussie might not agree lol)And you just never run out of features and backdrops, there’s always something new to discover! Check out the chapters linked in at the bottom of this post, to see a few other portrait shoots from Richmond Park, and how different they all are.

richmond-park-portraits

richmond-park-portraits

romantic-portraits-richmond-park

portrait-photography-south-london

portrait-photographer-south-london

portrait-photographer-south-london

portrait-photographer-south-london

portrait-photographer-south-london

portrait-photography-south-london

richmond-wedding-photographer

♥ Zac and Jo on a chilled out Sunday afternoon in Coombe wood South Croydon ♥

On a windy Sunday, Zac and Jo took me for a pre- visit to the venues for their summer wedding, and stunned me with their choice of church – which was really cozy, with Victorian gothic features and mosaic windows – to be followed by a reception at the lovely function hall of Whitgiftian… can’t wait to capture their wedding day. Afterwards we headed  for a pre- wedding portrait session out in these woodlands which is situated – would you believe it – in South Croydon! The hilly outdoors of Coombe Wood proved to be the perfect choice and really, if the weather had permitted they should have skied down these hills… coz where do you think they first met? You got it – on the skiing slopes 😉

Zac and Jo, here is your pre – view!

wedding-photographer-south-london wedding-photographer-croydon wedding-photographer-croydon coomb-wood-croydon london-wedding-photographer editorial-portrait-photographer-london wedding-photographer-south-london creative-portrait-photographer-london creative-portrait-photographer-london editorial-wedding-photographer-london editorial-wedding-photographer-london editorial-wedding-photographer-london creative-portrait-photography-london creative-portrait-photographer-london photojournalist-portrait-photography-london photojournalist-portrait-photography-london editorial-portrait-photographer-london editorial-wedding-photographer-london editorial-portrait-photographer-london