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Best 5 of 2015

We could not help but still get caught a bit in the “best of” buzz. Cause these are like carved in stone in our minds. Queen of the world Sometimes it just so happens that in the middle of taking formal groupshots of family and friends you notice a fierce and confident bride, eyes sparkling and the veil moving like magic. All it took was 4-5 clicks of the shutter. Just a fleeting moment, filled with confidence and feeling gorgeous […]

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Karoliina & Kimmo – Wedding at Glehn Castle, Tallinn

Last Saturday was the day for Karoliina & Kimmo. I will cut to the chase and say up front that both of them were a bit reserved in front of the camera on their own. I was even getting some nerves on when I got the feeling that they were rushing through the schedule. But you can’t blame them – as it was a bit of a destination wedding for them, coming from Espoo to Tallinn. It was the same […]

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The b-roll from Bankeryd

This is how we approached the day of Pia & Joakim at VidaBlick, Bankeryd. Plus… a bit of a cartoonish slideshow for them to look at while they are waiting for the album 😉 Ella and the doggies. The bride’s mother being the soul of the evening at the barbeque the night before. Sigrid checking out the cargo parachute to see if we could incorporate it into an interesting shot (which never happened on the wedding day with a first […]

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Pia & Joakim – wedding at Bankeryd, Sweden

We’ve never really experienced anything like the last wedding in Bankeryd, Sweden. I’ve said before that Iike to get to know and even become friends with the couple I’m shooting for. But I never thought I’d actually miss being a tiny part of the community they have, helping with a bit of DIY and setting up the venue the day before, seeing the guests arrive. The moment that stopped me in my tracks was when it was about half an […]

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Sille & Arvo – wedding at Viljandi Fort Ruins & Vanaõue

How come it (almost) always rains during your wedding morning and clears up by noon? This is how it happened this time as well. The pinch of nervousness was absolutely in both of them when getting ready. Usually it’s the bride, but this time it was Arvo who was on his toes all the time. We did a few portraits before the ceremony and he was sure we had been there for 20 minutes while we were 5 minutes in. […]

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