Mendelssohn's march, white pigeons, and loving eyes are the main symbols of the marriage, an event that fills our lives with the brightest and warmest colors. In order to make this moment as bright and memorable as possible, many newlyweds organize an unforgettable wedding photo session in Paris, as well as my clients, Ulyana and Yuriy.
I, as a photographer in Paris, consider the Trocadero Square, which opens an incredible view of the Eiffel Tower, and the Louvre, with its stunning glass pyramid in the courtyard of Napoleon, the most suitable locations for this type of photoshoot. Together with the guys, we chose these places as the main background.
I met Ulyana and Yuriy in the early morning in September on the Trocadero Square, which shimmered in the silver tiles and golden rays of the sun. Such a radiance emphasized the snow-white wedding dress of the bride and the stylish blue suit of the bridegroom. Together they looked extremely elegant and luxurious, like representatives of the royal palace. In addition, I would like to note the amazing similarity of their appearance: expressive chocolate eyes and chestnut hair, and I’ve noticed so many times that some of the spouses with whom I work have very similar facial features as if they are made for each other!
Our photo session with the Eiffel Tower continued. From different angles, I captured the couple on the background of the “Iron Lady”, which enriched the photographs with its majesty. Ulyana and Yuriy conveyed their romanticism and happiness through gentle kisses and strong embraces so that even the air was filled with their love.
Then we went forward, continuing this photo session near the Louvre. This place is famous not only for its old castle, reconstructed into the largest art museum of the world, but also for the magical Tuileries Garden with its high green hedges, and, of course, for the glass pyramid that is the entrance to the Louvre Museum. Ulyana and Yuriy obtained wonderful photographs near all these sites, filled with the magnificent beauty of Paris and sincere love in their hearts.
On the final photo, I pictured the handfasting of the newlyweds in front of the glass pyramid, that can be considered as a symbol of their unity and purity of their feelings, thanks to which they will be happy for long-many years of the common life.
Your photographer in Paris, Dimitri Finko.