As any Irish wedding photographer will tell you no two weddings are the same. Working as a wedding photographer I have seen it all - the calm & the chaos. However whatever way the morning goes I've never seen a day where the bride isn't having fun. What I have learnt from wedding photography is that there is no right or wrong way to have a wedding ♥️
One of those perfect mornings which dawn bright and clear when you just know that the Irish weather will bring out the best in wedding photography! Taken at 9am as the staff at Helen's Pub Kilmackillogue were beginning preparations for an outdoor Kenmare wedding.
This lovely wedding photograph captures that gorgeous time of year when the leaves begin to fade. Taken on the grounds of Dromquinna Manor this natural wedding photograph shows that a simple background is all that is needed to capture a special wedding moment with a bride. Irish wedding photographers have to work that little bit harder as we usually have the weather against us but as I often discover working as a photographer in Killarney if we wait out the rain we can grab our chance.
This bride found a fun way to add her 'something blue' to her wedding. And whether you believe in the wedding folklore or not, it surely does no harm to have a little bit of luck heading off into married life. ☘️
Sometimes you don't have to go far when looking for a place to take your wedding photos. It can be right on your doorstep that you get the best images and a place that is significant to you. How wonderful these images will be for future generations to look back upon. A benefit of being a wedding photographer in Kerry is that we are never too far from farm yards and country roads. What better place to take your wedding photographs than on your own family farm.
Lela & John are a young couple very much in love and their elopement is the stuff that romance is made of. On a perfect Irish summers day they exchanged their wedding vows overlooking Derrynane beach.Click on the link to View Wedding Images
2018 is turning out to be a Summer to remember. Without a doubt this is the longest stretch of unbroken sunshine with no rain in recent memory. A hot day for your wedding can be both a blessing and a curse but this gorgeous photo of Katrina with her bridesmaids and flower girls shows how a fun relaxed moment can make an epic wedding photograph. It helps having the great Kerry Coast on our doorstep.
As we swelter under our Irish heat wave, I can just feel the refreshing breeze in this summer wedding photograph. Kathleen and Brendan went down to their local pier in Ballyduff, Co Kerry to take their wedding party photographs.
All the best laid wedding plans can be disrupted by the unpredictable Kerry weather, especially if your wedding is surrounded by mountains and the stunning lakes of Killarney. We not only had the rain but the mist and fog that comes with being in high altitude. Louise and Maurice from Kenmare were not put off and we got some wonderful and fun wedding photos.
All the time & effort that goes into organising your wedding day. And now you've got all those photos on a USB. Wedding albums are given a hard time but it doesn't have to be that way. Albums are not what they used to be and when they are designed right there is No better way to put all those photographs together in a modern book.
Hi Ann. We got the albums this evening. They are just amazing, absolutely fabulous. Everyone looks fantastic in the photos. Thank you so so much for everything you did for us. We were so lucky to have you as our photographer x Siobhan.
As we say hello to long evenings and flowers beginning to bloom, Kerry Bride Michelle Leen and her lovely bridesmaids Elaine, Siobhan, Elaine H & Marian capture the new season in their spring pastel dresses.