Julia’s and Vlad’s photo shooting around Prague was really all about laughing and having a wonderful time together.
Mariia and Constantine are professional photographers based in Prague, Czech Republic. They used to work at amazing locations such as Hluboka nad Vltavou, Cesky Krumlov, Venice, Hallstatt, Santorini, Paris, Dresden and more. Their passion is an art photography, creative ideas mixed with your true emotions and feelings. Also They are love with Prague – special city that inspires them every day. Their favorite type of shooting is a pre-wedding photography. Why so? You can find more information about it in Articles.
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Prague is internationally one of the most popular destinations for many visitors - including newly-engaged couples - who came here to feel the romance in the air.
Amazing couple from California had their vacation trip to Prague in the middle of October. They decided to memorize their trip by hiring a photographer around Prague.
Connie and Fodo, a nice couple from Hong Kong, had a pre-wedding photo shooting early morning on Charles Bridge while it empty from crowds of tourists. Our shooting was very productive, so we got a very nice result.
Český Krumlov attracts lovers of romance and beauty from all over the world. Its small houses with red tiles, narrow cobbled streets, smooth outlines of baroque towers and the royal castle proudly towering over the city create a surprisingly fabulous and cozy mood.
Prague is one of the most romantic cities in Europe. If you are going to visit Prague let some interesting facts about this city fill the journey with unforgettable emotions.
Making a proposal in Prague is always a good idea that should be following by hiring a professional photographer to memorize such special moment in your life.
Photos and videos - this is the only thing that will remain in your family for many years as a memory of your wedding day. Want everything to be perfect? Read some tips about how to find your perfect photographer in Prague.