A few days ago, we published an article about the Top 10 Best Photographers of the Wedding Photography Industry.
Today, we have added a couple of new names to our Top 10 list.
As expected, it’s a long list, and it’s filled with the very best photographers out there.
We asked you to vote for your favorites, and now the top 10 photographers in the industry are revealed.
First up is Mark Lomax, who has been featured in numerous publications around the world, and has won awards for his work.
It’s not hard to see why he’s a huge name in the wedding industry.
He is known for his distinctive style, which is inspired by the period he was born in.
The photographer is also known for a style that’s timeless.
In addition to his work, Lomak has also appeared on The Today Show and on the cover of Time magazine.
Lomax is a very talented photographer, and he has been nominated for a number of awards.
This is his top 10.
Here’s what you need to know about Mark Lomo, and why he deserves to be included in this article.1.
Lomana is the first photographer to win a British Fashion Photography Award, for a photo of the Queen.
Mark Lomna, The Evening Standard, London, June 10, 2000The photograph of the Duchess of Cambridge with her mother, Princess Anne, has gone on to be the most iconic image in the history of the British royal family.
Since then, Loma has won numerous awards, including the International Photographer of the Year, the prestigious British Photographers Association (BPA) Photographic World Press Award and the International Photographic Society (IPS) Photographers’ Choice Award.
His style is based on the period in which he was raised in.
Loma, who is now 43, says he’s always been inspired by fashion photography.
“It is something that I’ve always been drawn to and I still find it to be very much alive,” he says.
He was inspired to make the Queen’s Dress.
Mark Mlama, The Independent, London E14, February 17, 2003The Duchess of Cornwall is one of the most photographed people in the world.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Mother and her family have always been photographed with their heads turned, so Mark Loma decided to use that as a way to capture her image.
Mlama has also won awards, such as the IPCOS Photographic Awards, the British Photography Association (BPA) Photographer of The Year, and the British Society of Professional Photographers (BSP).
He’s been nominated many times for an Oscar.
He’s worked with fashion models to create the Duchess’s Dresses.
Mark Rach, The Guardian, London W8, January 26, 2008He has worked with models to make Duchess of Kent’s dresses.
When he was a young boy, he was impressed by the way the Duchess wore her dress.
After seeing the photos, he decided to design a dress inspired by her style.
He has been photographed in all of the countries of the world including India, Israel, Brazil, South Africa, Egypt, Argentina, Spain, Italy, and France.
He also made the Queen and Princess of Wales’s wedding dresses.
Mark Rach / Reuters, London and New York, September 12, 2004The Queen’s dress is a timeless design and Lomacas wife, Princess Kate, is the inspiration behind the design.
She also worked with him on the design of her wedding dress.
Mark Lomas wife Kate is also the inspiration for the design, and she worked closely with the photographer on the project.
His wife, Kate, made his wedding dress, too.
He made the dress for her wedding in 2014.
His wedding gown, made with silk and suede, was awarded the prestigious IPCS Photographic Award.
Mark Rch / Reuters / The Guardian Mark Rch/Reuters/The Guardian9.
He did his own wedding photography in London in 2016.
Mark A Roch, Getty Images, London A11, 2016In 2016, Lomas bride Kate, Duchess of Sussex, and groom Prince Harry were photographed on their wedding day in London, alongside their two children, Prince William and Prince Harry’s sister, Princess Eugenie, who also attended the wedding.
He had a hand in the making of the royal wedding dress for the Queen, too, Mark L. Roch/Reuters / The TelegraphA wedding photograph of Kate and Prince Charles, as seen in London’s Trafalgar Square, in 2018.
Photo: Mark Loch Roch via Getty Images11.