Så många månader av det svenska vädret är vinter och / eller åtminstone annorlunda från solsken och blå himmel.
Så jag tänkte att jag skulle inspirera er alla med lite dimmig / molnig och mystisk bröllopsinspiration. Detta var ett stilskott i Bauer-landet, och de av er som inte vet varför och vad Bauer gjorde, snälla google de mystiska berättelserna av mannen i småland. Jag har förmånen att tillbringa tid i hjärtat av hans konsthem. Så jag tänkte att jag skulle göra ett stylat skott, och jag var glad att dimman kom för att göra allt så mycket mer spännande!
Klänning av: Sensiblem
Blommor: Melody Flowers
I am currently in my car on my way again to the south of Sweden, the dark woods of Småland to spend a few days with my family with nights of barbecuing and midnight swims.
But this post is not about that story. It is rather a story of the orientating couple from Taiwan that came to Sweden for a contest and decided to have ME (YAY!!) shooting them in their wedding clothes for four hours in stockholm archipelago half an hour from the city centre. This story is also about what can happen when you have weather and language boundaries.
We met up outside the theatre Dramaten after I had bought the tickets for the boat trip. I thought they had already gotten hitched, but I wanted to shoot the ring photos there was no ring. Imagine my face expression… later I understood that they are getting married in November, and they wanted to use one photo for the session in their invitation to the wedding.
We only got to the dock where we were waiting for the boat to take us out to seas, when the rain started to pour. Not just a little, but within a minute it was pouring heavily. SO very typical, and I thought that oh well it will soon pass as summer rain normally does, but it did not stop. It was shining with sun just minutes ago and surrounding us the sky was clear blue. But above us the cloud was black, and it did not move at all. So there we were, unable to do anything. When the boat was getting closer I tried my best to make them understand that we could stay and wait for the rain to stop, or take the boat as planned and hope the rain would stop or take shelter at te destination Fjäderholmarna. The bride said that we should go. And thankfully we did.
Arriving at our destination it was still raining but soon only dripping some.
When it had almost stopped I dared taking them out to the small road that leads to the rocks and cliffs by the water.
Imagine, not one more person than us and a few birds. And a half black, half blue sky. Dramatic and a photographers dream 🙂
We got some magic photos there when Ting pulled up a ringbox behind his back and soon when down on his knees.
The facial look of surprise and happiness that Szu showed will stay in my heart for a long time.
And they will now be able to look back to this one island out of the other 24000 that the Stockholm archipelago holds, and remember their moments.
The drama in the sky, the fact that we were all alone (due to the weather condition) and just (in mind and heart) go back.
Being runners we spent a big amount of time taking running pictures in different environments like
by the water, in the woods, between the red tree houses.
As we were about to return to the city centre they changed clothes into a more loose style with jeans and white t-shirts, and we did some fun and goofy style shoot.
On the boat trip back, I had them standing in the front of the boat, facing the sunshine. It became their own Titanic moment.
Such a fun shoot to do, I have to say, I so love it when couples do their own thing and I get to be a part of something so personal and intimate.
I LOVE my job!