September 2, 2015

The b-roll from Bankeryd

travel weddings

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 šŸ˜‰
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 rank storm warning).
And the best man insisting to take a portrait of me and not taking no as an answer while handing me the glass.
The stuff that makes you remember it.

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