When Amber submitted this couples amazing ‘engagement tour’ through the Shetland Islands in Scotland, she also mentioned subsequently shooting their mountain wedding in Switzerland… so I immediately had to know more. It’s not often that
Samantha Ernst, of Ernst & Co. photography, joined Lisa & Michael in Iceland for their engagement photos over the course of two days. Michael had previously proposed in Iceland at the blue lagoon, so they
They say “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade”. So in that spirit, when life gives you Coronavirus, and you have to postpone that one day of the year you have been most waiting for
I don’t share a whole lot of couple shoots on We Are The Wanderers. But every now and then I’ll get a submission that catches my eye. Today’s feature of one of them. This stunning couple shoot in the sand dunes in the Netherlands proves that you don’t always need towering mountains or epic landscapes to create absolutely stunning pictures. All you need is a couple madly in love, and amazing photographer and if you’re lucky, some beautiful light. And this gorgeous couple shoot by Mirna aka The Wandering Childe ticks all those boxes.
Rena & Thomas travelled to the Italian Alps from Hong Kong in search of epic scenery and adventures for their engagement shoot in the Italian Alps. What they didn’t expect for June however, was meters of snow on the mountains. The month of May had been so cold, and had brought a lot of late snowfall to the Alps, which meant that so many of the locations that they wanted to visit were off-limits for at least another few weeks. So it was up to photographer Cat from Wild Connections Photography to find them an equally epic plan B.
It’s perfectly normal for couples to be worried about bad weather for their photo sessions. But as today’s misty adventure session in Heidelberg Germany by Courtney Lynn Photography proves, even bad weather can be magical.
Nanjizal. This is the end of the land, and the location for this breezy engagement session in Cornwall by the fabulously talented Lucy Turnbull Photography.