Daniel Beh is a Singapore-based wedding photographer, ranked 33rd wedding photographers worldwide by the prestigious WPJA (Wedding Photojournalist Association). He has also won 1st place in a photography competition during 2013! Daniel's style is journalistic photography, which earns him respect amongst wedding couples who wants to have natural photographs. Being an avid traveller, Daniel is also embarking on overseas wedding photo-shoots. Every city/country demands a good traveler to pick up the good shooting locations, thus Daniel spends a lot of his personal time sourcing for new locations to offer his wedding couples.
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Daniel. The following awards have been earned by Daniel from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
Simply elegant. Different.
The way the photographer incorporated the couple into the scene was excellent. This is a photo you can look at for a long time and discover so much rich detail.
Dramatic scenery paired with the tiny couple is unusual and effective. Not many photographers would have been brave enough to take the time to make this picture.
Not only is this a luxuriously beautiful portrait, I couldn’t help but be impressed by the photographer being able to find this perfect location for the quintessential portrait of a bride and groom. I must confess that I have grown weary of bride and groom portraits, shot with super-wide lenses from so far away, that ask me to play a game of “Where’s Waldo?” just to locate the couple. But, in this image, the location allows for the perfect match of subject to background. It is stunning.
Many of the images that stood out in this category were ones where the couples looked genuinely engaged with each other. In this picture you can tell they're really having a good time and it shows a real connection.
I love the body language of the three men on the left side of the frame. They provide a great contrast to the kissing couple. The clean loose background is effective too.
This guy is so intense, it's a little scary. Love those glasses too. I'd be interested to hear what he's reacting to with such fury.
Great moment and well composed. Glad people still know how to have fun at a wedding. Funny moment. The off-kilter composition frames the action nicely.