Trash the Dress – Europe

Daniel Szysz – Poland February 15, 2010

Filed under: Photographers,Poland — amorphia @ 4:31 pm

Contributed by: Daniel Szysz

My name is Daniel Szysz I’m from POLAND and have been a photographer for several years – the last 4 years specializing in wedding photography. Looking for new ideas, I began to implement projects “Trash the Dress” – In my opinion, good fun and a friendly atmosphere is the basis for the implementation of good photos.

I invite you to my and a blog devoted solely TTD –


Claire Dalgarno November 22, 2009

Filed under: Photographers — amorphia @ 9:55 pm

Contributed by: Claire Dalgarno

Call it “Trash the Dress”, “Cherish the Dress” or “Rock the Frock” it all comes down to one thing & thats having some gorgeous images taken back in your wedding dress! Lets face it the dress is without a doubt the most expensive dress you will ever buy & only wear once so why not show it off another day at some great locations that you probably didn’t have the time for on your big day. Here are some of my favourites from my TTD sessions with my clients so far this year.


Mark Burton September 17, 2009

Filed under: Photographers — amorphia @ 8:47 pm

Contributed by: Mark Burton
Thanks to TTD eu, once again an ex-bride has unboxed the most expensive dress she has ever bought and gone to do a Trash The Dress shoot in the UK. This is Sarah, she contacted us after seeing some of my photographs on TTD eu, we arranged a very early start and went shooting. Thanks Sarah for being such a good sport, it was great fun and we are glad you like the results. The shots on the sofa were so funny and the one of you “Spitting” off the rocks were so “Trashy”… Thats what TTD is all about, HAVING FUN! To see the rest of the images, please visit my website.


Mark Burton June 5, 2009

Filed under: Photographers — amorphia @ 12:32 pm

Contributed by: Mark Burton

Hi TTD viewers,
We are a Husband and wife team that work mainly in Wedding Photography but from time to time get asked to do other types of events and Portraits. We are based in Surrey UK but cover most of the south of England and sometimes the odd wedding in Europe. We got interested in the Trash The Dress idea and are now marketing it as one of our services. I spent 2 weeks looking for some good locations to shoot and my wife dug her dusty old wedding dress out and off we went. Below are just some of the shots we took which my wife loves the most. Hope you like them too. So… dig your dress out, find yourself a TTD photographer and get to it.

Mark Burton’s Website


Foto Figueiredo – Maia, Portugal March 11, 2009

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Contributed by Nuno Figueiredo

I’m a 33 year old professional photographer from Portugal. I run a company started by my grandfather 48 years ago passed along to my father and now me and i decided to push the limits of what i was seeing being done around me and present something different to my clients.

I launched the Trash the Dress idea to a bride and groom in a wedding forum and they got another couple also wanting to do it. Here are the results of my first Trash the Dress which also happened to be doubles 🙂

I hope you like the result, and you can see the full slideshow at

Foto Figueiredo Website


Brigitte and Heinz Moser – Austrian Videographers December 24, 2008

Filed under: Austria,Photographers — amorphia @ 8:04 pm

Contributed by: Brigitte Baier-Moser

We are Austrian wedding videographers called „IVID – Professional Video“ and our wedding site is We started videographing in 2002 and our aim is to produce high-quality wedding videos with a „wow-effect“. This is of course, primarily the main feature film of the wedding day but also further additions like trash the dress or engagement videos, etc.

One of our couples – Petra and Martin – got married in September in Styria (Southern Austria). For trashing the dress we decided to do go on a location in southern Europe because most Austrian lakes in October or November are rather cold and freezing!
So we went at the beginning of November to Italy/Jesolo and they trashed their dress. We took the first pictures at about 10 a.m at high tide. We only took a few shots because afterwards we went to Venice and we shot an interview of the couple for embedding it as story-frame for their main feature film (Petra and Martin reflected their wedding day). Then back in Jesolo we took further trash the dress pictures by low tide.

It was real a pleasure for us to capture this couple! After their wedding Petra posted their wedding-trailer in some bridal forums and it got enormous feedback of other people. If you’d like to watch their wedding-trailer also, you can find it here:

trash the dress in jesolo from Brigitte Baier-Moser on Vimeo.

Feel free to visit our website with another samples of our work and other really great couples .

And now please enjoy the trash-the-dress-video of Petra and Martin:

trash the dress in jesolo from Brigitte Baier-Moser on Vimeo.


KJP Images – UK December 3, 2008

Filed under: Photographers,UK — amorphia @ 6:46 pm

Contributed by: Kris Pendlebury

I am Kris Pendlebury of KJP Images which is based on the Wirral, UK. I have always had a love of photography but it’s only recently I have pursued it as a career. Having spent four years training as an Accountant I decided it wasn’t for me and after building up my skills and working part time during 2007 I became a full time photographer in April of this year.

I am still very new and have a lot to learn but my love of photography and the inspiration given by visiting sites such as this drives me to constantly improve and aim for higher goals.

I’ve been waiting to do a ‘Trash The Dress’ shoot for a while now but couldn’t find anyone willing to give it a go. Luckily I was contacted by Cheryl & Richard who had heard of TTD and wanted some photo’s taken which were a bit different to their wedding pictures.

Well, I think I gave them what they wanted. The shoot took place at a couple of locations, near the windmill and woods of Bidston Hill and at the beach near New Brighton lighthouse. It was a beautiful sunny day but very cold especially once we got in the water for some photo’s. Cheryl and Richard were brilliant and happy to do anything I asked which made it much more relaxing and shows in the photo’s. Despite the sand and salty seawater, Cheryl’s dress cleaned up well which show’s that you don’t have to really trash your dress to still have fun and get some amazing pictures.

If you have enjoyed reading this and like my work, please visit my blog and website for the latest news and offers.