Faroe Islands Adventurous Elopement

Part 3

Faroe Islands Adventurous Elopement

Part 3

The previous parts (Part 1 & Part 2) of our Faroe Islands Adventurous Elopement were about intimacy and a extravagant white wedding dress. This time let’s bring some color to our story! Most importantly, I would like to give credit to Lera & Jura for bringing 3 different outfits to such a remote place and carrying them all the time around. In addition, I must say they are not models and have never done a shooting like this before. However, they did an amazing job and tried everything I asked them to. Guys, you are are awesome! Certainly, I am looking forward to our next adventure together.

Kallur Lighthouse,

Faroe Islands

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During the 4 days we were shooting all around the Faroe Islands I was so pumped and excited, that the time went by so fast. I am glad we had some nice time together sitting on a balcony and reflecting on the crazy cool things we just experienced. However, when I got back home and started to sort nearly 5000(!) pictures I took there, this is the time when I actually realized where we have been and how wonderfully beautiful this place is… 

Check out the whole journey:
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

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Faroe Islands Elopement

Faroe Islands Elopement

Faroe Islands Elopement

Kallur Lighthouse

We spent quite some time to get there from Sandavágur, but it was absolutely worth it! Those steep hills falls into Norwegian Sea like someone cut them with a knife. Above all, I like this contrast between red dress and green grass. Certainly, Lera is very brave wearing it at this conditions! To clarify – I had my snowboard jacket on, so it was really windy and cold. 

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Gjógv

Sørvágsvatn Lake

Simply surreal place: the lake is on top of the cliffs and falls in to the sea! Certainly a magical view.

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Make sure to have a look at the other parts of the story:
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

Take a look at some other stories:

Altes Kurhotel Pforzheim Wedding – Verena & Simon

Sometimes wonderful places are just around the corner. Altes Kurhotel Pforzheim wedding location is not an exception. I live myself in about 5 minutes away from it and I am always happy to come back here to photograph a wedding. Living so close gives me an obvious advantage of knowing this area very well, and what an area it is – the Schwarzwald forest is all around you, small lovely river Würm is flowing right through and some beautiful fields make it a great company. I love this place!

Steigenberger Inselhotel Wedding Shooting – Giovanna & Francesco

I think weddings are celebrations of peoples love. You can do them literally, as you wish: at a remote island with only a photographer as a witness or, for example, among your friends and family at a beautiful wedding location near a nice lake. This is exactly what Giovanna and Francesco did at their wonderful open-air Steigenberger Inselhotel wedding ceremony and shooting.

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.

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