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Grand Coral beach club wedding videography – Alheli & Bart

Jajaja, what to say… Alheli & Bart are a great couple, I met them 7 months before their wedding at Playa del carmen, then we did 2 or 3 skype session and exchange many e-mails a few weeks before the big day, finally during the wedding day I felt that I was working with friends…
I hope Holland is being good with you guys and for sure next time you visit this paradise we will get that beer together :).
All the best to you both

Photography by: Pierre Visual Studio
Photography by: Naal wedding photography
Wedding planner: Weddings Riviera Maya

Sandos Cancun wedding videography – Olga & Marco

What an amazing couple! Olga & Marco got married at Sandos Cancun resort last september, they brought to México all their family and closed friends so the whole day they were surrounded by positive energy and love, I want to say that all of you were really kind with me during all the time and you made laugh many times during the shooting, I really appreciate that!.
I started with Olga´s getting ready while the guys where at the bar having good time. The ceremony was on the beach and after 30 minutes the cocktail hour was ready to go. During the dinner we listen nice speeches and enjoy the good music until we left.
Again, many thanks for the great time!

Photography by: Marina Pochepkina

Trash the dress

Trash the Dress

In general, a wedding dress is used only once and then is usually stored in a closet to leave it there for years … creative movement Trash the Dress offers taking out the wedding dress from the to get it wet and muddy in a session of video art and photography.
Trash the Dress term was first suggested in the U.S. by the photographer Mark Eric in 2000, while others say that its origins date back to Las Vegas in 2001 linked to photographer John Michael Cooper. Tendency to destroy the wedding dress could be seen in Hollywood since at least October 1998 when Meg Cummings of Sunset Beach show went into the ocean with her ​​wedding dress on her wedding day. This artistic movement, mostly photographic contrasts elegant clothing with stages totally unusual or non-standard such as an abandoned factory, a beach, a salt, a Cenote, a lake or the street.
The best of these sessions is that the couple openly interact with the environment regardless of whether the dress of the bride or the groom’s suit gets dirty or wet, in addition to the ideas and options to make this type of session are limitless and depends entirely on how far you want to reach the couple. Since then it’s been 10 years and many photographers were inspired by the adventurous spirit and aesthetic of the TTD, a style that has spread worldwide, especially in the United States and Europe.
Do you want to watch some examples?

En general, un traje de novia se usa una sola vez y luego se suele guardar en un armario para dejarlo allí durante años… el movimiento creativo Trash the Dress  propone sacar el traje de novia del armario para mojarlo y ensuciarlo en una sesión artística de video y fotografía. El termino Trash the Dress fue sugerido por primera vez en Estados Unidos por  el fotógrafo Mark Eric en el año 2000 aunque otros dicen que sus orígenes datan en las Vegas en el año 2001 ligado al fotógrafo John Michael Cooper. La tendencia de destruir el vestido de novia se notaba en Hollywood desde por lo menos Octubre 1998 cuando Meg Cummings del show Sunset Beach entro en el océano con su vestido de novia en el día de su boda. Esta corriente artística, mayoritariamente fotográfica, contrasta un elegante vestuario con escenarios totalmente fuera de lo común o no-habituales  como pueden ser una fábrica abandonada, una playa, un salar, un Cenote, un lago o la calle. Lo mejor de este tipo de sesiones es que la pareja interactúa abiertamente con el ambiente sin importar si el vestido de la novia o el traje del novio se ensucia o moja, además de que  las ideas y opciones para hacer este tipo de sesión son ilimitadas y depende totalmente hasta dónde quieren llegar los novios.Desde entonces  ya han pasado 10 años y muchos fotógrafos se inspiraron en él espíritu aventurero y estético del TTD, un  estilo que se ha extendido por todo el mundo, sobre todo en los Estados Unidos y Europa.

Gran Coral beach Club Wedding video – Nina & Miguel

Many thanks Nina & Miguel for gave me your time and kindness. The Wedding was at Gran Coral beach club in Playa del Carmen – Riviera Maya. Great ambiance, wedding on the beach with Mariachis – reception and first dance at the pool-deck area.

Tulum wedding videography – Ak´iin Tulum – Marcela & Dimistris

Marcela & Dimitris son una pareja “tal para cual”, desde que comence a hablar con Marcela, muchos meses antes del día de su Boda, presenti que me iba a divertir.. y mucho.
Todo empezo en el Hotel Zamas Tulum para el getting ready de ambos, luego en la Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe tuvieron la Ceremonia Catolica, una vez terminadas las fotos familiares volvimos a la playa pero esta vez a Ak´iin Tulum beach club para la Ceremonia Maya.
Luego de las emociones fuertes, llego la hora del cocktail en donde personas de varias partes de mundo compartieron un buen momento con la pareja.
Finalmente, un emotivo primer baile, algunas lagrimas y muchas risas, todo para coronar un exelente día en la paradisiaca Riviera Maya.

Fotografía: Daniela Garza