Chase Brides Wedding Dress Shoot Vale d’Oliveiras

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The Algarve is considered to be one of the best places for a bridal shoot due to its large variety of beaches. We have blue skies and beautiful golden light. Today we were shooting something special – wedding gowns. Most of us have probably dreamed of wearing a white wedding dress one day. We collaborated with Chase Brides, a bridal shop located in Albufeira. They were able to provide us with four fabulous wedding gowns.

 

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The hair and make-up was done by one of the most famous make-up artists in the region – Ana Viera (visit her on facebook) and her student Vanessa Martins. We had a very tight schedule as I had to leave the Algarve already the following day. First we shot in the gorgeous Vale De Oliveiras Resort, and a few hours before the sunset, we were able to take some romantic shots in Praia de Sao Rafael. Although the beach wasn´t very busy at that time, our brides still got a lot of attention, and people were not stingy with compliments.

 

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Even if it was a exhausting photoshoot, it was all worthwhile and we couldn´t be happier with the result. Looking forward to new exciting projects with Chase Brides and Ana.

 

Equipment used: Canon 1Ds series, Carl Zeiss Distagon 35mm f1.4, Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm f1.4, Carl Zeiss Planar 85mm f1.2 “60 Years”

Location: Vale d’Oliveiras, Algarve Portugal

Dresses: Chase Brides, Algarve Portugal

 

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