30 Mar Couple Photo Session Andalusia – Eleonora & Alberto
Couple Photo Session Andalusia
International Couple Photographer
2000 km far away from home, almost three hours flight and a long bus trip brought me from Vicenza to Malaga first and then to San Roque, near Cadiz, to meet Eleonora and Alberto.
A beautiful Italian couple of world travelers: they met in Greece, lived together in Ireland, and now they settled down in southern Spain and work in Gibraltar.
They will get married in Italy in May, and I will be their wedding photographer. They invited me over in Spain to know each other a little bit better and to tell another piece of their beautiful love story.
A two-days couple shooting, and a dawn in the Mediterranean Sea I will never forget. Enjoy 🙂
Location: Tarifa, El Alcaidesa, San Roque (Andalusia)
Photographer: Selene Pozzer
Eleonora and Alberto’s couple photos meant a lot to me, as it was my first time abroad on my own for a photographic service.
It was overly exciting for me, and I am even happier because it won’t be my only shooting around the world this year! 😀
I arrived in Malaga on Thursday afternoon, and I slept there. It was amazing for me to see the city, and to realize that I am still quite good in Spanish speaking – after a couple of hours, I was talking with everyone!
On Friday evening I reached Eleonora and Alberto in El Alcaidesa, where they live among Gibraltar and Cadiz.
We had the first part of the shooting on Saturday in Tarifa, but the weather was quite terrible until 6 pm – it was heavily raining and the wind was really strong!
Luckily, by the sunset, the rain stopped and we shot some photos together.
On Sunday morning we woke up very soon to photograph the dawn on the Mediterranean sea, a few steps from their home.
Seeing the sun rising on such an amazing location was a unique sensation to me – I still have goosebumps when I think about it!
Then we shot some pictures in the center of San Roque, a small village next to their house.
My goal was to tell their international love story, their life, but also a little bit of the Spanish culture I love and cherish in my heart.