In Her Shoes

by | Accessories, Bride, Fashion, Photography, Shoes


Apart from the candid moments, I love the little detail shots by photographers. These capture the details you’ve thought so hard about – I’m particularly fond of shoes shots, being a shoe lover myself, I adore the different styles a photographer uses for shoes!

Some of my favourite shoe shots:

James Day of James Day Photography captured these uniquely coloured shoes hanging off a bathroom sink

Vincent Lai of Vincent Lai Photography captures the tiniest detail on this bride’s shoe.

Vanessa Hall of Wildberry Photography has a different take on the traditional shoe shot.

Cato and Pade Photography show the best way to display a bride’s bare feet are in her special shoes!

Brett Odgers of Brett Odgers Photography makes the gemstones shine on these stunning shoes.

Benedict Morgan of Benedict Morgan Photography reminds us not to forget the little people with this adorable shot.

The monotonous tones and flowers make this shot by the team at Hands on Photography a perfect picture.

Alex Pasquali of Alex Pasquali Photography creates a work of art from what may otherwise be a plain bridal shoe.

Nerida McMurray of Nerida McMurray Photography does the traditional ‘bridal detail’ shot beautifully.

Finally, Tim Hughes of Tim Hughes Photography creates a stunning photo using the contrast of stone with a pair of simple but stunning shoes.

What are your favourite shoe shots?

  • Anonymous says:
    May 30, 2007 at 10:37 pm

    My favourite is the one by James Day. Love that shot.
    Wait.. I took it. And who the heck are you and how did you come across my work? It’s cool.. just a bit scary to see your photos on another website.
    James Day

  • Wedding DJ says:
    November 27, 2008 at 4:43 pm

    Beautiful pics. Love those shoes!

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