Wedding coverage is first and foremost a reportage from your beautiful day. It is focused on candid, relaxed snapshots, portraits, details, emotions. The reportage is as much for you as it is about you. It usually starts at the time of the bride and groom getting ready for the day and finishes up just after midnight. Get in touch even if planning a shorter, different or a much smaller reception! We will figure out exactly what you need and I will happily accommodate the length and the format of the reportage to whatever your needs are.
The best time for a maternity photoshoot is between the 6th and 8th month of your pregnancy. That’s the time when your baby bump is visible enough and at the same time it doesn’t make you too uncomfortable. These aren’t strict rules though: everything depends on how you’re feeling.
The shoot takes place either at a location or at the comfort of your own home and lasts approximately 1-2 hours.
It is the story of your first moments with your newborn child told in a candid, reportage style. Surrounded by your natural, safe environment we will capture tiny clothes, blankets, all the details that create your family space. In contrast to precisely planned and posed photographs done in a studio, a newborn session at home offers true emotions, fleeting gestures, and smiles from those first days with your little one.
Photography for couples in love is all about your story, where your relationship takes the lead and sets the tone. Regardless of whether you’re engaged, already married or not thinking about a wedding at all, the photoshoot is a brilliant way to spend some time together in a quite extraordinary way. Maybe even looking at each other in a slightly different way? If you’re looking for an engagement shoot, this is an amazing opportunity to get comfortable in front of a camera and at thus reduce the stress related to photography on your wedding day. It could also be the perfect gift for your parents as a keepsake after the wedding.