Underwater Trash The Dress
Underwater Trash The Dress – Brandee and Jorden, a young couple from Vancouver, will be definitely remembered for their extreme kindness and easiness to work with. They got married at the Grand Riviera Princess of Playa del Carmen and a couple of days after their wedding, they joined us for an Underwater Trash The Dress session.
They chose to have their shooting in a private cenote, which we booked exclusively for a few hours.
Wish of privacy is the main reason for some couple to prefer a private cenote, instead of a public one. Some of them might decide to have some nude shots (it was not the case of Brandee and Jorden). Some other ones simply wish having their own space, while enjoying this unique and once in a lifetime moment.
As already said, Brandee and Jorden, followed effortless all our instructions about breathing, posing, keeping the eyes open and few other small things. If something was not clear enough they were asking clarifications, always trying to give their best. So the few hours we spent inside the cenote ran quickly away, joking and having really fun.
This is an aspect we would like to underline
This is an aspect we would like to underline. Joining a Trash The Dress Underwater photo shoot is something absolutely enjoyable. The moments of the shooting flow with the pleasure and the consciousness of living a moment of rare beauty that a bride and a groom will never forget.
The underwater shooting follows the first part of the session, which is shorter and consists of some normal shots in the lush vegetation of the cenote. Temperature is usually pretty high as well as humidity.
That’s why jumping in the fresh and clean water of the cenote offers a kind of freeing feeling. It is like diving a huge natural aquarium The unavoidable “pressure” of the wedding preparation is finally over. Now it’s time to play….
All the best Brandee and Jorden