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Corsica France Wedding Shooting
Corsica France Wedding Shooting - Oleg Tru Wedding photographer
Corsica France Wedding Shooting


Adventurous elopement Corsica France - Oleg Tru

Corsica France Wedding Shooting


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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.

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!

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.