Wedding photo for two. Crimea. Anna and Sergey
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Good day, my friends! 🙂
Today, your attention will be presented to another “wedding for two”, held in the Crimea.
The minimum cost – a maximum of efficiency. It is the most convenient format wedding walk for guests of our peninsula.
A detailed description of the pros and cons of this format with lots of photos, you can find the previous posts in my blog.
The heroes of the day – Anna and Sergei, a romantic couple from the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan – Kazan.
By the way, who was not there – I recommend to visit this beautiful city.
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Our trip could be called: The most beautiful place for a wedding photo shoot in Crimea, because we were not limited in time and could devote a whole day shooting, not in a hurry.
The wedding day started in one of the hotels of the Southern coast of Crimea, from which I took the newlyweds, bringing them in Sevastopol in place on-site registration.
This place has become a cape Fiolent.
We continue shooting in the vicinity of Cape Fiolent. His second name – “Tiger’s cape.” Types of course, incomparable!
Next location – the park of sanatorium “Foros”
Next, we head to the city of Alupka, to the park of graph Vorontsov Palace.
Express – filming in the territory of Massandra Palace in Yalta.
Unexpectedly, we met a delegation from Tatarstan tourists. You remember how our current couple came? 🙂
By the end of the day it was decided to make a small series of shots against the backdrop of one of the characters of Crimea – Palace “Swallow’s Nest.”
Our romantic wedding tour of the sights of the Crimea came to an end.
I hope you enjoyed today, rich marine impressions!
Statistics: all the shooting has been processed 290 pictures in this article presented 72 pictures.
All good, happiness and love! 🙂
Your wedding and family photographer in Crimea, Sevastopol, Moscow – Sergey YUSHKOV