Elopements

Elopements

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Check out full elopement stories:

Faroe Islands Adventurous Elopement – Part 1

From the first moments at the Faroe Islands I felt like I am at another planet… Everything is different, everything is shocking beautiful… and calm. I couldn’t be more excited about our 4 day Faroe Islands adventurous elopement! This was definitely an adventure!

Lera & Jura wanted to do something special after their official wedding at home,.. something, that they would remember for the rest of their lives. And I am very grateful they asked me to tell their story with my camera. It is a beautiful, intimate and a fun one. Join us through the 4 Parts of our journey!

Corsica (France) Wedding Shooting

Have you ever been to Corsica? I think you should, simply Google it – it has such a fantastic mounty landscape, white sand beaches and old beautiful cities. Meanwhile, take a look at some of the images from my Corsica (France) wedding shooting, that I took during the wedding photography workshop which we organized together with Aida & Tim.

Right after we landed at Bastia, rented a car and went to Calvi, I fell in love with this incredible island. Above all, I like mountains, forest and sea – Corsica has it all! In my opinion, it is a great location for a wedding or an adventurous elopement.

Corsica (France) Elopement

Man, I can’t tell you enough how much I loved this Corsica elopement photo shoot! In other words, everything was exactly how I like it, everything was just perfect: our wonderful Bella & Ben (just real and fun married couple, with no modeling experience except for our first shooting day in Corsica) did such a great job, it was so easy to photograph their love and feelings to each other. Most importantly, they were open and did not care much about a camera pointed in their direction.