I think this is the longest break from blogging ever recorded on my site. So, where have I been? To tell you the truth, life and work got in the way. Whenever I set my goal to writing a new blog post, I got distracted by whatever reason. I think today is the day to break the silence. I haven’t been photographing much but, I do have some photos for you.

Last September, I worked as a second shooter on a wedding in Dalmatia. Was helping my girl Marijana out. It was a priceless experience, to say the least. We both worked really hard to capture every bit of detail. Here are some of my photos of the newlyweds.

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Ok, just because we were shooting a wedding, that doesn’t mean we couldn’t squeeze in a few of the non wedding photos. The wedding was set in Trogir and it is one of the most beautiful coastal towns in Croatia as every corner is a dream to shoot. In the end, it all comes down to shooting feet and retro cars in the street. I promised myself I will post more. Let’s see how that goes in the future. God bless and have a wonderful All Saints feast day.

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  1. Reply

    siebe

    November 1, 2015

    Be the shooter next time ;)

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      Ines

      November 6, 2015

      Thank you. But, I’m faar from being a wedding photographer. Mostly the gear issue. Only got one lens :D

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    Robert-Paul Jansen

    November 2, 2015

    I agree with Siebe, these look fantastic and I know you’ll do great at a wedding!

    • Ines
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      Ines

      November 6, 2015

      Thank you :)

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    Ines

    November 3, 2015

    Amazing photos! I shot a (very small) wedding once and it was (still) quite challenging – I guess being the second shooter must be much less stressful. Would you say you had more freedom and less pressure to photograph?
    I missed your posts ;) I hope to read more of you soon – take care!

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      Ines

      November 10, 2015

      Thank you so much!
      Even though I did work as a second shooter, I still got that pressure as I wanted to provide the best result. Especially because I was helping out a dear friend of mine and didn’t wanna let her down.

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    Tom W

    November 21, 2015

    These are beautiful.

    Don’t let the gear you have hold you back.

    I shot over 12 weddings with just a 50mm 1.8

    I love those pictures and so did my couples.

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      Ines

      November 21, 2015

      Hehe, I know the feeling. But, as you advance in the field and want to make it a full time job or at least a serious source of income, you gotta invest.
      I’m kinda half way there. Don’t know what to do with photography just yet. To continue with the stock photography or really make it a job. :D

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    Rhianne

    November 25, 2015

    Oh wow, we went to Trogir a few years ago and it was stunning, what a perfect location for wedding photos, wow!

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      Ines

      November 26, 2015

      Trogir really is beautiful. The only downside, for a photographer, is the vast number of tourists. I would suggest visiting in the fall or early spring.

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