If you are questioning about getting married at the Riviera Maya in México the answer will be definitely YES DO IT!
Despites this is one of the most visited places in the world, with beautiful beaches, clearest waters and great weather, the Riviera Maya offered a variety of Resorts all included , ocean views and the best service and lot of adventure all in one place! the dreaming place for WEDDINGS!
We love to celebrate love and capture unique moments such as the lovely Wedding of Colette & Xavier where they chose The Azul fives Resorts one of the most beautiful venues in Riviera Maya where people from all over the world came to travel to México to celebrate their love. The adventure began at the lovely chapel of la Quinta Avenida “Capilla de Nuestra Señora del Carmen“ just in the hearth of Playa del Carmen , where is just a few miles away from the resort, the perfect place for the religious ceremony.
When we get back to the resort we were surprised for the great welcoming for the newly weds and their guest, cocktail time for everyone! All the decoration and floral design fromLomas Travelwas tropical, fresh and colorful.
Colette and Xavier exchanged their votes surrounded with their loved ones. Under an original Diamond shape Gazebo, the stunning view of the bluest ocean , bright sunshine, salty breeze could not miss the perfect background for the civil ceremony.
The session was done just in front at theXcalacoco beach in Playa del Carmen, the perfect beach front with a great pier and the most beautiful sunsets, a perfect spot for photos.
The reception was taken at The Azul fives sky deck where dinner was serves, speeches where memorable and the party was nothing but original funny and colorful. !
Without a doubt this wedding was one of our favorites because of emotives moment , warm people and colorful colors!
Having the opportunity to capture moments and make them last forever is a true dream that comes true in every wedding. As a photographer I am extremely grateful for the city I live in and the people I get the chance to work with
This time, I am proud to share with you that the Wedding Photojournalist Association recognized me with the official Master Piece Award. The photo is a scene I really liked and I have submitted it is as one of my top photos to win this contest.
Wedding reportage photographers from all around the world sent their best images to this contest organized by the Wedding Photojournalist Association and our work was scrutinized by extremely respected working photojournalists and picture editors in the media. That is why winning this competition means a lot to me, thus I can be seen as a documentary wedding photographer as well.
I couldn´t be happier. The Wedding Photojournalist Association is one of the best worldwide Wedding Associations in the globe!
I want to thank Lore & Juan Pablo. They always trust in me and my work; we had a wonderful time together on their wedding day, as well as on their trash the dress session. I also want to thank Ale, from Scarlett Wedding & Event Design, she did such an amazing work. She always recommends my work I am truly grateful for this! Last but not least, thanks a million to my team, my coworkers and friends, Luke Fotoliv and Perla Lavin Photography: your hard work, great photos and lots of fun, mean a ton to me!
El Salto de Eyipantla en la época prehispánica significaba el Paraíso del Tlalocan o Señor de las Lluvias. Hasta sus cristalinas aguas llegaban doncellas, sacerdotes y caciques a recibir la bendición del Dios Tláloc, 2000 años antes de la Era Cristiana.
Tuvimos el honor de documentar una Boda Destino y una Sesión tipo Trash the Dress, el lugar es mágico y la vegetación es esplendorosa, puedes escuchar el sonido de la cascada y admirar un rincón del mundo que parece de cuento de hadas.
El Salto de Eyipantla es alimentado por el cauce del Río Grande de Catemaco, que desagua la laguna del mismo nombre. Toda la magia de ese místico lugar al sur de Veracruz parece desembocar en la cascada que, con frecuencia, se viste con un inmenso arcoiris. La vista es tan especial, que en este lugar se han filmado películas como Apocalypto (2006) y numerosos comerciales y videoclips.
A diferencia de otras cascadas de México, en este pequeño trozo de paraíso tropical no se puede nadar -la corriente es demasiado fuerte y el río está repleto de piedras. Este es un lugar, más bien, para sentarte,admirar y fotografiar
Al llegar te encontrarás con unos escalones de piedra que te llevarán hasta un puente de concreto que se encuentra a la altura del borde de la cascada. Desde ahí, puedes observar la fuerza del río la vista es ¡espectacular!
Cómo llegar al Salto de Eyipantla
Eyipantla se encuentra a 12 km de Catemaco. Para llegar desde ahí, el único camino es una pequeña carretera pavimentada que atraviesa el pueblo de Comoapan.
I have always be delighted at the real magic of a crazy-inlove couple. Jennifer and Rafael are the perfect expression of passionately in love, just like Rafael says ” Its the universe that conspires to meet people and the wonderful way life works that brings our paths together”So thanks so much Jennifer and Rafael for bringing our paths together and letting us capture and tell your story for you to keep.Thanks to Diana Mora from Love Rocks Wedding Film for the awesome work ! thanks to Luz Maria Avila for helping me out as second shutter and thanks a million to Shailly from Mandala Beach for the exceptional work in coordinating and decorating this wonderful wedding.
It was a great pleasure for me to be part of the love that projects this couple, Every detail was carefully planned and i can only thanks Melissa & James to trust in our work and let us be part of their lovely wedding , besides of plenty of rain everything was perfect, thanks to Wedding Planner: Papillon Wedding and thanks to coworkers Gaspar Noh second shutter and videographer Diana Mora From Love Rocks @Zama Beach & Yacht Club Continue reading →