Most prenup sessions, nowadays, go for larger-than-life concepts. Either held in a restaurant or outdoors where there are tall grasses and trees, themes are becoming more epic and bigger. Hence sometimes it is like a breath of fresh air when you stumble upon a simpler and minimalist shoot like this.
Today, let’s take a look at this photo session by a talented lad, Myio Okamoto. The subject of this studio shoot is the love story of this adorable and fun-loving couple, Michael and Marga. And as mentioned, what we love about this one is its simplicity. This shoot only needs a white wall and dark-colored outfit, and voila, we have an amazing set of photos. Myio Okamoto proves that he does not need an elaborated and complexed set to produce a masterpiece.
Imagine yourself strolling around a massive shopping mall and you can’t seem to find this specific shop you have been looking for. What would you do? Your instinct will tell you to look for a concierge, or for any directory that can tell you which way to take and where exactly that shop is, right? This situation can be likened to an engaged couple who doesn’t know where to start when it comes to planning their own wedding. Don’t be embarrassed! For sure, every one has been through this.
The emergence of the Internet and social media platforms, however, has made the lives of everyone so much easier. Thanks to wedding blogs like Merry To Marry for the tips and hacks they compile regularly in order to give a light on those who are dazed and confused. But there is this particular community in the Philippine wedding scene who seems to proactively assume the position of being a concierge–the point person to go to for answers. The Wedding Tip Sheet did that! Does THAT! Darlene Tan-Salazar, who is the woman behind this, recently posted her ‘Do Not Do This Series’ and as such, we would like to share with you some of these.