Posts Tagged: wedding photography
Wednesday, May 10th 2017
Just landed in our inbox, a creative collaboration featuring some of our favorite designs by Melbourne-based Anna Campbell. Captured by LANE handpicked photographer Cinzia Bruschini, each shot is intoxicatingly atmospheric with decadent embellishment adorning gowns of silk, tulle skirts and intricate veils contrasted by the aging walls of London’s Asylum Chapel. With a dark, moody ambiance that has us dreaming of midnight ceremonies in overgrown chateaus, this is one collaboration we can’t get enough of.
Friday, April 28th 2017
As we look to floral trends, we find ourselves drawn to fluid installations and loose arrangements; bunches of blooms that appear freshly foraged, stems nonchalantly picked and effortlessly bundled. We dream of casual strolls through farms and fields, wildflowers found in hidden lanes, and roses that climb and wind over backyard fences.
In reality, the blooms we all love often must be internationally sourced. Their life begins amidst chemicals and preservatives, before being flown hundreds or thousands of miles to a new destination. These are flowers bred for demand with affordability and longevity taking precedence over fragrance and structure.
And yet, the tides are changing. Across the industry, growers, suppliers and consumers are demanding a return to simplicity, sustainability, and floristry unfiltered.
This beautiful revolution continues to unfold this weekend in the hills of Tuscany. An abandoned Chianti structure will play host to some of Italy’s leading florists, its ageing walls transformed with wild florals in rambling sculptures. Photographed by LANE handpicked photographer Lelia Scarfiotti, Slow Flowers is a celebration of the local, and an ode to sustainability and community.
Using recovered blooms and excess cuttings, florists and guests will create their pieces, showcasing the inherent beauty in local produce and unexpected pairings.
See more of Lelia’s photography here or find out more about Slow Flowers on their website. For full coverage of the event, stay tuned, we’ll be bringing you images of our favorite creations in the coming days…
Wednesday, April 19th 2017
When choosing a wedding photographer, look for those who double as storytellers. Search for portfolios of images that work in cohesion, frames that melt effortlessly into the next to weave stories of wild romance and fortuitous love.
Quyn Duong is one to watch. Her portfolio unfolds like classic literature. Think moody frames in warm hues; shots that capture raw emotions and relive the most touching of moments. Duong uses cinematic lighting and atmospheric touches to explore the beauty in the simplicity of love, and romance in moments that go unnoticed. Highly regarded for her evocative shots and hypnotic frames, we're so excited to announce Quyn is lending her lens to weddings around New York City and abroad.
Handpicked by the LANE, discover Quyn’s portfolio and get in touch on her website.
Tuesday, April 18th 2017
Of all the places we visit, there are some we never truly leave. Cities so magical and landscapes so enticing that our souls remain behind, a part of ourselves forever lost to the alchemy of the space.
This is the pull of the destination wedding, of places sourced from abroad, venues, cities and landscapes once visited. These are spaces that draw us back, structures that alight the senses and ease the mind, where we have travelled for miles to reach but feel resolutely at home.
New discovery Stefano Santucci captures escape like no other. His latest Real Wedding is an ode to the journey; a celebration of love set amongst Moroccan deserts and sunburnt riads. Capturing the romance in adventure and the allure of escape, Stefano has us dreaming of destination weddings in the most exotic of locations. Think pastel skies and desert plains, where canvas tents melt into the landscape as camels carry guests to a palm-fringed oasis…
Monday, April 3rd 2017
Like waves slowly rolling onto the shore, Paris Hawken’s photography washes over you, subtley immersing you in her hypnotic aesthetic. Based in the picturesque Margret River region, Paris draws inspiration from her natural surrounds to capture intimate portraits and wild landscapes with a signature softness that seeps from each frame. Director of the just-launched publication, The Elements Journal, expect dappled light and dancing shadows; each shot a blissful concoction of beautiful moments quietly captured.
Take a look at Paris' portfolio or get in touch via her website.
Monday, March 13th 2017
When choosing a wedding photographer, look to those who produce images with a distinctively sartorial edge. Think moody frames and enigmatic flair, editorial-inspired compositions with an emphasis on fluid movement. Driven by aesthetics and organic process, we love new discovery Bear Deer Fox for artfully alluring wedding photography. With a focus on spontaneity and capturing magic, Bear Deer Fox shoots not to portray, but to evoke, creating images that move and inspire.
Available throughout Australia and overseas, get in touch with Bear Deer Fox on their website.