Here’s another way of doing a destination wedding photoshoot – explore a place that neither of you have been to before. For this you’ll want to arrive at least a day earlier to discover it together and soak it all in so that you’ll be more comfortable during the shoot.
King Law of Savour Productions: “Obidos is a medieval town located 100 km north of Lisbon. It is one of Portugal’s most classic walled settlements. There was a medieval festival on the day of our shoot, so there were people dressed up in costumes from the Middle Ages, and colourful flags and banners hanging everywhere. The whole town was very interesting and filled with a happy atmosphere.
“For destination photoshoots, I always think it’s preferable for the bride-to-be to wear a light gown. It’s exciting to shoot overseas in such beautiful scenery and it would certainly be an unforgettable experience. Shooting overseas also brings along unexpected happenings such as cultural celebrations.”