This great infographic shows the key wedding photos in the different photojourno, classic and artist photography styles.
What did you / will you do for you wedding?
Pick one..or have a mix of all 3 styles???
Thanks to our friends at http://www.SimplyBridal.com for the infographic!
Have a great weekend!
This beautiful wedding took place at La Fortuna, famous for its stunning views of the Arenal Volcano. Unfortunately the volcano was shrouded in cloud, but no matter – all eyes were on the bride and groom!
These are just a few photos, I will add more later, it’s been a busy week with house shoots, yoga shoots and another wedding :)
If you would like to see more of my work please look at my Wedding Photography Website or visit my Facebook Page for my latest news.
This beautiful Persian wedding was a marvellous to photograph with the bright colors of the flowers and dresses against the stunning backdrop of the of the ocean. The family set up a traditional Sofreye Aghd or Wedding Spread, this includes pastries, herbs, salt, candles, mirrors and a blessed bread, which was specially baked with calligraphy written on it. Another Persian tradition, a bright blue shawl which is held over the bride and grooms heads during the ceremony. The wedding ceremony took place at sunset on Villa Caleta’s incredible private amphitheater. The wedding party then moved to the spectacular Zephyr Palace, Villa Caletas wedding reception venue for dinner and dancing.
A couple of days after the wedding the bride and groom came to Manuel Antonio for a sunset couple photo shoot, where we got some beautiful romantic photos.
Wedding Planner - Villa Caletas Wedding Planners
Location- Villa Caletas
Photographer – John Williamson
Hope you enjoy these photos, to see more about my work please go to my wedding photography website www.weddingphotoscostarica.com
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But this is the Blue-crowned Motmot that we are talking about; one of Costa Rica’s many beautiful birds. They live in burrows up to 15 feet in length, but like to hang out in the day-time in trees and swing their fancy tail feathers.
I took this photo near my house in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. I often hear the call of the Motmot in the morning or late afternoon.
If you would like to see more of my Nature Photography in Costa Rica please visit my website.
Have a great week, Pura vida!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for the Photography in Costa Rica Blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 5,300 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 9 years to get that many views.
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Thanks everyone for making it an amazing year! May there be many wonderful photographs taken in 2013 :)