When considering a location for “pre-wedding photos”, the beach is probably the top dream destination for many brides-to-be. Walking hand-in-hand atop the golden sand while enjoying the ocean breeze is a wonderful romantic memory to share with your loved one.
Your pre-wedding photo shoot is your time to have the most freedom and fun. What better way to do this than with some super cute props?
From the iconic locations that inspired Spirited Away, to its modern cityscapes and stunning night views, Taiwan has much to offer couples for their pre wedding photo shoots.
Kyoto, the original capital of Japan, has a wonderful mix of traditional and modern culture and aesthetics. Out of our family of over 500 photographers, these are the 5 most popular English speaking photographers in Kyoto.
Whether you're after engagement photos or holiday snaps, Tokyo is an incredible photo shoot area. In this article, we introduce our 6 most popular English speaking photographers located in Tokyo.
Should you bring your own photographer or hire a local photographer? There are pros and cons to both! In this article, we examine the pros and cons of bringing your own vs. having a local photographer.
So you’ve heard about pre wedding photography but aren’t completely sure if it’s for you... Well, here’s 6 reasons why you should totally give it a shot.
The spring season in Japan brings beautiful blooming flowers and trees for visitors to see. In this article we show you the best places in Japan to take your cherry blossom engagement or pre wedding photos.
There is an increasing number of couples who are looking to take “pre wedding videos”. This is where the bride and groom meet with a videographer several months before their wedding day to film a video for the wedding reception. We investigated this trend and found some great examples that are sure to inspire you!
Pre-wedding photography is a growing trend where engaged couples decide to have professional photos taken in a special location before their wedding day. In this article we explore the differences between pre wedding and engagement photos, as well as the most popular photo shoot settings.