Couples like these melt my heart! In every little moment or movement they show the love they have for each other! Have a look on my first photo shoot in Dominican Republic
by Tom Robak
This has been one of the craziest years of my life. 2015 was a wonderful wedding photography year for me and all those I met! I would like to thank everyone that I worked with including couples, family members, vendors, second shooters and new clients that have booked me for next year. I am extremely excited for the year to come and look forward to my wedding photography of 2016 and beyond!
So a huge Thank You to each and everyone of my clients for that have trusted me to capture their most important day and making 2015 yet another successful, amazing, and memorable year for Tom Robak Wedding Photographer London. Thanks to you I truly do what I love! I hope you all have a superb 2016!
Now play 2015 year in review video:
Stunning wedding at Buckland Hall, a venue in Wales I loved to work at. My day started with Liam’s and boys preparations before the ceremony to begin. One of the things I love about that wedding at Buckland Hall is the relaxed atmosphere. Family members & guests stay over the night before the big day & make a weekend of it. When I arrived on the morning of the wedding day it was clear that people there already been having a great time. Boys are were playing rugby on the lawns and relaxing with some beers before the celebrations begin.
It was a great experience and a big pleasure to photograph a wedding at Buckland Hall for Aga Tomaszek. Amazing wedding, great people and relaxed atmosphere. Feel free to comment below.
Wow, I absolutely loved this wedding for so many reasons! Sarah and James are a really fun and laid back couple, plus I always love a London wedding. There are so many things I loved about this wedding, from Sarah’s stunning wedding dress, funny Bridesmaids, their style and dresses, through to the beautiful ceremony at Asia House and”non-stop” laughing James… Simply all day was perfect! There was a real London feel about this wedding, and I loved the fact that when we were traveling from Malmaison, a stunning hotel in Central London where the bride and bridesmaids were getting ready, to the ceremony venue at Asia House, we just used a black cab. On top of that after the ceremony we were riding red buses to the reception venue. How cool is that! Pure photo journalistic approach to this one. And the venue… The Crypt – one of the darkest wedding venues I’ve seen in London so far, I have to praise Canon, couldn’t have done it without it. The Crypt is dark. Very dark. I was working close to the extremes of my equipment at several points of the reception but using the nice lighting coming from the various spotlights and the candles all around I was able to create pictures that are a real reflection of the day itself.
In June I took a great opportunity from Aga Tomaszek to second shoot a wedding with her. We traveled to Tenerife for Sara and Pete’s destination wedding at Sheraton La Caleta and it was a fabulous trip! We got the opportunity to spend a few extra days vacationing after the wedding! Sheraton was off-the-charts gorgeous! From afar, the terracotta-coloured Sheraton La Caleta could be a Spanish fortress, but don’t be fooled by its appearance; beyond the imposing facade is an enchanting world of sparkling pools, sub-tropical gardens and sun-dappled terraces. The hotel enjoys an ideal location at the western edge of Costa Adeje, close to the quiet town of La Caleta.
To shoot a destination wedding like this one is delightful for me — enchanting landscapes, awesome couple, warm atmosphere, fine music and food! Destination weddings are such a unique experience! Aga and I had such a blast and feel so incredibly honoured to travel internationally with couples to photograph their weddings!