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After-Wedding Shoot in the seychelles

After-Wedding Shoot in the seychelles

Wedding Seychelles La Digue

Jeanine and David already got married in their beautiful home country, Switzerland, but still wished for an additional free wedding ceremony on the Seychelles and in addition my photo accompaniment over three days.

 

Fantastisch! Nach langer Zeit endlich mal wieder eine freie Trauung auf den Seychellen! So eine freie Trauung dauert um einiges länger als eine „normale“ Trauung auf den Seychellen und bietet mir somit die Möglichkeit, noch deutlich mehr schöne Bilder herauszuholen als bei einer normalen Trauung. Ich freute mich bereits im Vorfeld riesig auf diese ganz besondere Hochzeit auf den Seychellen!

 

Weniger als 24 Stunden, bevor ich zum Flughafen startete, um mich auf meine 31. Seychellenreise zu begeben, meldeten sich die beiden bei mir per WhatsApp und teilten mir mit, dass sie wohl auf die freie Trauung verzichten werden und sich „nur“ After-Wedding-Fotos von mir wünschen. Sehr schade, denn besonders eine freie Trauung bringt viele schöne Bilder! Ich hatte aber nicht wirklich die Zeit, um enttäuscht zu sein, denn ich musste weiter den Koffer packen. Schließlich warteten neben Jeanine und David noch 17 weitere Paare auf den Seychellen auf mich.

 

during the three days i spent together with jeanine and david, we visited some very remote photo spots. besides the full day boat trip over to big sister island, we even hiked one day to the anse marron to take some pictures! the way there will probably remain in our memories for a long time, because the tide was so high that only our heads were looking out of the water when we fought our way through the waves at the anse pierrot. jeanine's wedding dress, david's suit and last but not least my photo equipment were transported on our heads - always in fear that the next wave would knock us down. but let it be said that we survived the trip well. wedding photos of the anse marron will follow soon as proof...

 

The photo I would like to show you today, however, was much less strenuous. the dead, now toppled Takamaka tree on the Anse Gaulettes on La Digue can be reached without much effort, as it is located less than five meters from the narrow coastal road on the east coast. Just in time for our arrival, the high tide had just reached its peak and in combination with the sunny weather helped us to take this dream photo.

 

As you can see: Even without a wedding in the Seychelles you can take wonderful photos there! If you are also interested in an after-wedding photo shooting in the Seychelles, please contact me at any time!

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