We hope you are having a great start into your weekend. Our plans are to just enjoy and relax with our little baby girl and having the family coming over to visit on Sunday. But we would like to give you a wonderful destination wedding to watch if you feel like sun, love and a bit of beach :) Continue Reading
It’s been quiet here, we know. The reason is called Malia Sari and turned six weeks yesterday. More about that is coming soon too. Today is wedding time again.
Believe it or not, this wedding sits here since over a year and waits to get its fame on our blog. August 2013, a week long wedding celebration in Tuscany (Italy). Yes, a week and we were honored to be part of that and capture 5 days of it on photos and video forever. Continue Reading
A couple of weeks ago we made a trip to Italy. At least once a year we try to visit this amazing country during summer. The last years it was luckily due to work and lovely clients.
After some time in Liguria and Siena we were heading to Verona for the weekend. We did some location scouting and our hearts started to pump faster every minute we got closer to sunset. “Please let the weather be same tomorrow” was the only thing we thought. The venue Villa Bertani Mosconi was just one of the most beautiful and oldest vineyards in that area. Very famous for the wine “Amarone della Valpolicella”. Continue Reading
Early in 2013 the fellow wedding photographer Michael Palatini (former Hoberg) approached us for wedding photos. “Wedding photographers get married as well and are in need of nice photos too ;-)”, he said.
When it happens that talented people from our industry inquire for wedding photography it immediately causes to things: stress and excitement!
“Excitement” because it most of the time is a strong indicator for a beautiful wedding since they know what they want. And “stress” since, well yeah, they know what they want ;-)
Yesterday we reached 15000 likes on Facebook. It’s a big number but it doesn’t really count. What matters is the quality of followers. The people behind this number who are really seeing our work and even commenting or liking one or the other photo/video. This is valid for all social media and sure our blog.
It is every single one of YOU, among another things, that keep us going and keep us doing what we love the most.
It is time for a big THANK YOU for all of you out there for your continuous support, love, inspiration and motivation. YOU who message, email, comment, like and even call us to let us know you are seeing our work and passion. We do not take these things for granted and it does not matter if its 10 “likes” or 300 for a photo. Every “like” and comment is unique and means a person appreciates your work. Continue Reading
Not quite far from where Carmen originally comes from, there is this amazing and beautiful lake called Wörthersee. It really is a peaceful spot in the south of Austria and whenever we get an inquiry to shoot someone’s wedding down there, we are over the moon excited. Typically, we spend about 3-4 weekends per year in Carinthia for weddings and those events never failed to amaze everyone involved and us. Continue Reading
We just realized that we never published the wonderful styled shoot we did last year in Florence Italy for the E-magazine from Austria’s larges wedding blog called Hochzeitsguide. We have been on the cover of the second issue and badly wanted to be part of the third version too. Continue Reading
Yesterday we had a very nice little family and friends BBQ at one of the most beautiful spots in Carinthia. It is overwhelming how much love we received for our wedding in New Zealand over the last couple of month and eloping was simply the best idea we have ever head. But truth to be told, we missed our close people and thus we wanted to party with them as well. Continue Reading
It’s always been one of our most favorite things in this industry to work with the best service suppliers and partners possible!
With the biggest wedding blog in Germany we do have a special relationship. We were happy to be one of the first photographers working together with Patricia and we all grew together over the last years. We have met her several times and it is a huge pleasure to call her (and hubby Alex) our friends! Continue Reading
Through out the year we get a lot of inquires for so called After Wedding Shoots. Some people call it different like “Take two”, “Day After Shoot” or “Trash the Dress”. We personally do not like the term “Trash the Dress” as it does not relate to what we actually do during such a shoot and the Dress never really gets trashed anyway. Continue Reading
Exactly today, three years ago, Anne emailed us fort he first time ever with some very personal words about our work and us. She explained her photography career and how she recently found the new love of her life. It all sounded a bit like a fairy-tale and we where really happy to be part of this right from the beginning.
Being a travel junkie herself she wanted some tips for a trip around the world she was planning together with her boyfriend Björn. We emailed back and forth and totally got along without having met each other in person. That changed in 2012 when they came to Munich and we had time to grab lunch together. We connected right from the first second and also had the pleasure to meet over the years again. Continue Reading
We hope you all are doing well and enjoying the fall. Well it’s kinda cold already and back home (Austria) we got pictures send from snowy gardens. Normally for us, November is a bit more quite than during the summer, but for those who have noticed, we launched a huge project on Sunday and are very excited about it. If you have not seen it, here is the post about it.Continue Reading
Our relation with the lovely Doreen Winking (Wedding Planer) is almost like in “Dirty Dancing” where “Johnny” enters the room and says: “… I always do the last dance of the season“. Well, almost. But the truth is, that the last three years we always had the pleasure to do our last wedding together with her.
So a few weeks ago it was about time for the “Grande Finale” for 2013. And it was an autumn dream. We first met Vanessa and Jan (and the two sweet kids) at our house for a little meeting. They are such a lovely family and we could not wait for their wedding to come. Continue Reading
We have said this before, that it is one of the greatest things in our job to combine our both passions of photography and travels and follow these people in love wherever they want to get married.
Michaela and Jan, we have blogged about their wonderful beach engagement shoot ten days ago, got married in beautiful Llucmajor (Mallorca / Spain) and we were honored to capture their wedding day and emotions forever. Continue Reading
Ever since we started offering after wedding shoots we have the pleasure to meet even more brides and grooms over the year. Those are mostly people who are either not happy with their wedding photos, did not spend the time during their day or the weather wasn’t nice for back lid photos and sun flare.
For this kind of shoots we really look for great weather and everyone living in Europe knows, that this summer was just perfect for out door shoots. It was like being in California. Name a day and the sun will be shining. Easy planning right? Continue Reading
A couple of weeks ago we had the pleasure to be part of a wonderful do-it-yourself-wedding near Coburg. Frederike and Dominik are dating each other since ages and they have put a massive amount of hours into producing details and props for their unique wedding. We have had a booking for their initial requested date and it is the biggest compliment we can get, if people postpone their big event to a date the wedding photographer is still available. It is a true pleasure to work with people who value photos as much as we do.
We knew that this is going to be a very special wedding (week) when they introduced us to their big ideas during our meeting last year. Together with many of their friends and also with much help from the lovely wedding planer Kathrin Otzmann (kola weddingz) they have put together this eye-candy for about 80 guests. Continue Reading