GO BACK
        TO MENU

        Don’t know how to achieve natural portraits on your destination wedding? We hear you. We know how scary it may sound to you or your future spouse to know you will have a photographer around you all the time on your wedding day. (Unless you love the camera and are ready to strike all your poses)

        Having a Destination wedding is incredibly fun but can be challenging while planning it. On top of that, you might be a little bit worried about what to do when you have a camera in front of you.

        Black and white portrait of bride and groom beside a beautiful palmtree in Cancun

        Some ideas!

        Let us share with you a few ideas to make you feel better about it:

        First of all, it should be fun having your pictures taken. We love to create a safe and easy-going environment for you to enjoy your time. We don’t want to feel any type of pressure from us. Even if we’re running out of time, we will create meaningful images for you.

        Bride and groom in Tulum on a swing. Boho couple.

        Most of our work is very moment oriented, which means we love to capture real and honest moments of your day. And we can do this during portraits. Our job is to make you feel comfortable and to show your personalities with our creative touch.

        Don’t be afraid of suggesting ideas. Some of our favorite portraits come from a mix of your ideas and our vision. We want you to be happy with the results and be involved with the process.

        vintage van on the beach with Bride and groom sitting in front of it holding an umbrella in Playa del Secreto.

        If you need guidance, we will be there to help. If you need a break, we can do more portraits later. Don’t be afraid to be honest and communicate your needs during the day.

        How long do we need for portraits?

        We recommend you to set at least 30 minutes from the wedding day to walk away from friends and family and get your portraits taken. Our favorite time is an hour before sunset for gorgeous daylight pictures, but we can also do magic in the dark.

        Jungle portrait of bride and groom in Xcaret Park Mexico with sun backlight.

        Play! Have fun. Take a deep breath. Think about the connection you have with your partner. Forget a little bit about the photos and feel the moment. Close your eyes and remember this is one of the happiest days of your life. It is awesome it will be documented!

        Bride and groom at The Finest kissing during sunset, blue hour with beautiful blue sky and framed by wooden poles and mexican metal stars.

        What you would like to do for your natural portraits on your destination wedding?

        We would love to hear from you!
        Contact us following this link.

        0 COMMENTS

        Leave a Comment

        Your email address will not be published. Required fields marked *