“There’s a rainbow always after the rain.”
Who can ever forget this famous high-pitched line from the song of the band, Southborder? We’ve always associated rain with tears, grief or sorrow. But sometimes, we just need to look past those things and find something positive with it. That’s what our couple, Marv and Joy, did for them to have a phenomenal time with their engagement session with CamZar Photography. Their love story was similar to those cheesy romantic flicks we’ve all lined up to. College-mates. Boy is a friend of a blockmate. Boy too shy to speak to the girl. Come thesis time (and also the last year in college), boy mustered the courage to ask the girl out. And the rest is history.
Shot in Two Gardens, Tagaytay, CamZar Photography never let us down with their breathtaking photos. Even when the sun was too shy to peek under those sea of clouds, they still managed to capture the look of love between our couple. Did they do the rain dance? Or was it just the power of their love and faith in Him that things turned from a disaster to a blessing? Whatever it is, we just knew that they had a great time and an exceptional team.
The words of our blushing future bride says it all, “No matter what the weather is, the couple’s feelings about each other and the talent of their team are more than enough to let the happiness and love shine through.”
With all the craziest ideas that will come into one’s mind for an engagement shoot, the simplest and truest idea will come off as the best one. Look at today’s feature, it is simple you cannot deny how compelling it is.
John and Vyll’s e-session was conceptualized by April Mae Valencia-Carrillo of First of April, no less. Who would have thought that putting two chairs and a table full of pieces would bring some drama? It is very simple yet bewildering. And oh, what wine could do to someone? In this case, the couple got off their feet and danced in the sand.