This sweet couple came all the way to Costa Rica from France for their honeymoon, so really wanted some immortalise their honeymoon in Costa Rica. One of the stops on their honeymoon trip was Manuel Antonio, my home town, I met them late afternoon on Playa Espadilla. There are lots of great areas for photographs, with the ocean, rocks, rivers and vegetation, I particularly like the photos with the trees and reflections, what do you think?
This couple came to Costa Rica for their honeymoon, they had opted for a small civil ceremony back at home, so really wanted some fantastic photographs to celebrate their wedding. One of the stops on their honeymoon trip was Manuel Antonio, my home town, I met them late afternoon on Playa Espadilla. There are lots of great areas for photographs, with the ocean, rocks, rivers and vegetation, I particularly like the photos with all the roots, what do you think?
One of the most important things about being a great photographer is being able to make you clients feel comfortable and enjoy the photography session.
This couple really wanted some great photographs to celebrate their wedding, so coming to Costa Rica on honeymoon they contacted me to do a Honeymoon Photography Session. Initially, like many clients, they felt a little uncomfortable, I know how they feel when I have the lens turned on me! But working with them, varying the location, suggesting poses and having fun, they soon relaxed and actually started to enjoy themselves! We initially started with a morning session, but later in the day when I saw it was going to be an amazing sunset, I called them and they were keen to come back for more! I think we got some amazing photos!
Location: Manuel Antonio Beach, Costa Rica
Earlier this month I took a recently married couple for a photography session in the Costa Rican Rainforest. The honeymoon couple were nature / adventure enthusiasts like myself and jumped at the idea of combining a jungle hike with the photography. We went to Rainmaker, which family run nature reserve about a 30 drive from Manuel Antonio. The park has hanging bridges suspended in the rain-forest canopy, river-side trails, waterfalls and jungle swimming holes to take a dip in..all in all, a Costa Rican Paradise! We had a fantastic jungle hike and I think the photos in the misty rainforest came out really well. On the way back we stopped at a little “pulperia” (a Costa Rican convenience store) and I got some fun colorful photos with the signs outside.