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one frame | bryllupsfotograf oslo wedding photography

 the bride

the bride

here's one frame from last weekend's wedding at the very beautiful drengsrud gård right outside downtown oslo. it truly was a beautiful wedding in spectacular surroundings and i can't wait to share more images with you all. 

for the photographers out there, this image was made with the new leica m and a summilux-m 50mm wide open.

manual focus ftw.

malgorzata & jostein | bryllupsfotograf oslo wedding photography

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i had the pleasure of documenting the wedding of marga (that's what her friends call her) and jostein's lovely wedding in oslo earlier this month. it was a day of true celebration as the two families were united. marga's family is of polish decent and a lot of traditional elements were incorporated into the celebration which made the day even more unique and special.

the ceremony was held in the the catholic cathedral, st. olavs domkirke, and despite the grand size of the building, the ceremony was both intimate and personal due to the warmth of the people present. 

the reception was held at bogstad gård, which is an old old country estate dating back to 1649. the manor was quite spectacular and it was a joy to be able to spend time exploring the grounds with the bride and groom.

for those of you interested in gear, most of the images in this post were shot with the new leica m and a summilux-m 50mm f/1.4. a pretty good combo, if i may say so.

i hope you enjoy the images and please feel free to let me know what you think in the comments below (not to mention sharing them with your friends.).

 

 

one frame with the leica m | wedding photography

last saturday, the lovely helene & lasse got married in a place called asker here in norway. it was a beautiful wedding and i can't wait to share more of the images from their incredible day. 

this frame was one of those in-between moments that i love capturing and the leica is certainly an ideal tool in such settings...a very low key camera, unless one knows the price of it (not low key at all, unfortunately).