Andreas Pollok is an international award winning weddding photographer from Germany. He is based near Heidelberg and Frankfurt.
He photographs the wedding day in a creative documentary style with dramatic and romantic portraits.
But first of all, "he really LoVes WhAT he is Doing".
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Andreas. The following awards have been earned by Andreas from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
“Less,” as the old saying goes, “is more. It’s an adage describing simplicity, yet, we al know how complex something “simple” can be. The shining path of the sun leads us into the image’s primary subject but the brides crossed arms serve as a beautiful frame that keeps us transfixed among the designs in a floral laced gown.
Great use of layering and pop of color in the repetition of the glasses. A skillfully executed frame.
This image is a study in how natural light can and should be used, a simple moment though perfectly framed.
Playtime in God’s Light. One child still pristine and the other not so much.
The boy, apparently enthralled with his playful escape from the confusing and boring matters of marriage, pays no mind of the girl. Yet, she arrives, bathed in the same light to hopefully join in the fun with a time-honored toy. It’s a beautiful scene found in the play of light itself.
I love the wild and crazy blur of dance-fueled hair filling the moment with levity and a strange sense of artful elegance. The latter is largely a result of the way the strobe and shutter speed combine to retain the light and atmosphere while also revealing the formal lines and sequins of this young dancer
Fun moment, love the way his face is showing through his legs.
The balance between the lights added drama to this image focusing on the bride and groom. The caress, the angle lends to a very private moment that we get to share with them.
Well captured. A photographer has to be ready at all times for moments like this. Nicely done.
The added human element make this balloon release rise above the others. We don't need to see everyone to know what is happening. Creative framing and composition.
This is just plain fun. That hand makes this whole event seem real and gives a sense space, which emphasizes the of openness to the sky. Nicely seen.