One Couple’s Fashion Inspired Pre-Wedding Shoot in Spain

by Clementine Nathasia Saputan [[ 1510797600000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Pre-Weddings 


Thanks to the charming Roman ruins, timeless architecture and colorful sceneries, Spain is one of the ultimate destination for a pre-wedding photo shoot. Karen and Victor's was shot in Spain, where they took romantic pictures of themselves and the results were absolutely beautiful. We loved the attention to detail that the couple have put for their pre-wedding stories, from historical buildings, cathedral churches, to beautiful natural scenery.

Karen's choice of casual dresses is a nice contrast to the usual formal white wedding gowns. The bold solid colors of the dresses really stood out against the rich background, making them the focal point amidst the beauty of Spain's landmarks. Plus, the choice of high-end dresses makes this shot look more like the ones you'd find in a fashion magazine instead of your usual pre-wedding photo shoot. Even Victor's apparel, with the unusual bird pattern and polka dots, is a refreshing take on the sleek clean cut tuxedo grooms usually wore.

"Fashion wedding photography requires technique, including the usage of unique off-camera lighting, fashion-esque poses and expressions, along with dramatic backgrounds," Shared Micky Wong of New Storyboards Photography. "You don't have to be a model, it is the photographers' or in this case my job to make people look their best in the portrait. My philosophy is to keep it simple and let the images speak for themselves."

Weaving together elements, creating compositions and bringing out the couple's distinctive charm, Karen & Victor's photo shoot was perfectly executed to a fashionable photo shoot. They made use of everything Spain has to offer to tell their love story, showing their undeniable chemistry and beauty with every frame.

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