絕美婚紗拍攝地點

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台灣越來越多的新人到海外拍攝婚紗照片,將許多美麗的景色帶回給台灣的親朋好友觀賞。而歐美也有許多新人也積極尋找很多絕美的景點舉行婚禮,在戶外舉行婚禮的工程浩大,但是照片拍起來也好美,婚禮當天拍攝的婚紗照除了有紀念價值之外,也真實的紀錄新人充滿愛意的時刻。

1.廣闊的山景

在一望無際的高山懸崖邊上宣示婚姻誓言真的是一件非常令人難忘的時刻,是誓言還是對高度的害怕讓心跳加速呢?不過心跳的感覺絕對讓彼此的黏著度更加緊密。

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Oh you know, just Marshall trying to hold it together while his bride read her hand-written vows to him. Everything about Erin + Marshall’s wedding day was incredible, but this moment…when they shared these words, it was one of those times when I’m taken aback by how sacred this job is. We’re here to take photos, but when people elope on an 8 mile hike with just three friends as guests (one of which was the officiant as well), being the two photographers means more than being a vendor. It means becoming friends, hiking partners, gear sherpas, planners, and yes, witnesses. It’s a big deal and we don’t take it lightly. So yeah, I was trying to hold it together when I took this photo too…

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It’s no secret a lot of our photos look risky. We’re drawn to cliff edges and wild places. We love the invigorating feeling of these photos, as do our couples. But recently I’ve had a few instances of people saying something along the lines of “That is so irresponsible to make your couple stand on the edge of a cliff.” So…I just want to clear a few things up. I know there will always be negativity, it’s part of what comes with having a large following, but when people start to assume I put my couples at risk for my own gain, I need to address it. First and foremost, we never force couples to do anything for a photo. We never push it, even a little bit. Our couples are drawn to our epic, adventurous photos and want something similar. It’s a big part of why they book us! That being said, we ask every couple how they feel about heights before offering location suggestions. We have an array of epic locations that do not require doing anything remotely scary. Still, a lot of them want the edge shots; they love the shock-factor photos, the perceived risk, and the exciting feeling of peering over a cliff (which we totally understand because we do too!). They’re taking a risk by forgoing the traditional wedding to elope, and it’s true to their personalities to stand near a cliff edge in formal clothes so they can have epic photos to show their friends, family, and the world how much fun they had. Most of the time, we’ll show them a spot a few feet back from the cliff to stand and they’ll get much closer on their own. Or they’ll ask if they can sit on the edge, or lay on their bellies and peer over. Our policy is unless they’re hurting the land, breaking the rules, or very obviously in danger, we let our couples do whatever feels right to them, whatever they’d probably do anyway if we weren’t around. Swipe to see the first thing these two did when they got out to the cliff…it’s important to us to tell their real story, and if army crawling to the edge in a wedding dress is part of that, we’re all in 😝 #hearnesombre

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2. 冰原雪景

在阿拉斯加的寒冷時刻,兩人熾熱的心成為彼此的倚靠。為了拍出美麗的照片,新娘必須勇敢的脫下溫暖的大衣,真是辛苦了,但這樣的付出得來無敵美的婚紗照。

3.挑戰極限

當新人擁有嘗試新鮮事物的開放心態,在婚禮的籌辦上也不會拘泥於傳統的模式,而能更大膽的突破傳統思維在令人意想不到的地方舉辦婚禮。

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I was chatting with a friend recently and we got to talking about what makes our work unique. We covered a few obvious things, like epic locations and wild weather, but one thing she pointed out that I hadn’t really thought about was the stoke that we capture in our couples. Now that she said it – I see it in so many of our images. Honestly, there are a lot of factors at play here. Most people choosing to forgo traditional expensive weddings for adventurous elopements in beautiful places are pretty psyched on life. They’re the type of people who ignore the status quo, and as my girl @maddiemaephoto pointed out last week in our workshop, they’re the type of people that prefer experiences over things. When people live life with that mindset, they tend to plan their wedding day with that mindset too, which leads them to us, and we work together to create the most amazing wedding day that is – you guessed it – totally full of stoke. Plus, if you’ve ever met Callen you know it’s pretty impossible not to be stoked on life when you’re around him 😉 here is a shot of @_kimw_ and @slackinhigh at utmost stoke capacity after their wedding 400 feet in the air in Moab. All hail the stoke 🙌🏻

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Yesterday still feels like a dream. @_kimw_ and @slackinhigh fell in love in Moab and got engaged in Moab, so it only made sense to them to get married here too. They planned the most amazing celebration and invited all the monkeys out to play. They were married on this spacenet (built by the amazing @sketchyandylewis), 400 feet above the desert, while friends walked high lines (zoom in to see someone in the background!), performed aerials on silks below, played music around, and flew a paraglider above. They even had BASE jumpers as “flower girls” leap off the edges of the cliffs with 5,000 flower petals in their packs. It was unreal. I am so beyond in love with this amazing community and stoked to see everyone’s creativity come together for Kim and Ryan. I hope you’re ready for my feed to be nothing but desert adventures for the next month 👏🏻 @galialahav @kinsleyjamescouturebridal

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