I truly love winter weddings - Why? Because the light is so gentle and beautiful and everyone is relaxed about the weather. One thing is pretty sure: it's super cold outside but warm inside .... with a chance of snow :)
May 24, 2016
means jumping into a big adventure und for sure these are the most intense years of our lives!
Challenged - surprised - proud - overpowered - incredibly happy and thankful --- whatever it sometimes feels like, I am happy to document your family moments for you. Here are some pictures I took from my lovely friends Barbara and Josef and their growing family over the last 3 years.
to be continued ...
May 19, 2015
Are you a short-notice honeymooner? We've been very undecided about our honeymoon last year and fixed it only a few weeks before our wedding. First we thought about flying to Sri Lanka or Belize but soon realized, that early June is one of the loveliest months to drive around Europe. Half of the world is coming to Europe to spend their honeymoon here at this time of the year and we even don't need to cross oceans to see the sun, only the "Brenero". We thought about Italy, so we did what we love most, sit in the car and drive somewhere without planning a lot. Our 3-weeks roadtrip took us from Vienna to East Tyrol, marvellous South Tyrol (Eisacktal, Tiroler Unterland), Lake Garda region, Verona, Florenz and some lovely places in Tuscany like Pietrasanta and Luca.
We stayed quite a while in South Tyrol and did some "serious" hiking, went to waterfalls, ate tons of Knödel tris, Strauben and Schwarzplentener Ribel. We ate so much that we had fear our trouser buttons will burst. I truly elect South Tyrol to my loveliest travel destination ever. I just love it - here are a few pictures strolling around at Pragser Wildsee (one of the most beautiful lakes in the region) and enjoying la dolce vita further south.
Mamiya 645, Fuji400H, developed and scanned by Carmencita Film Lab
Feb 5, 2015
How often do you browse through your photoalbum of your childhood? When I open mine, which I do quite often these days, I just love how the pictures turn out, they look so "different", unreached by digital, almost iconic. Sometimes they are out of focus, sometimes they have weird color shiftings, cause there was only this only one chance to catch it. But every time I open my album they remind me much more on what's shown on the pictures than any digital data can do - it's like "smelling" your memories . Throwback to the 1980ies instantly...for me analog pictures are the perfect way to hold these moments.
The idea to make and to have pictures shot on film in 2015 makes my heart smile. Here are some analog film favorites of my sisters's family portrait shoot we did together in Croatia this summer.
Shot on Fuji400H, Mamiya 645, developed and scanned by Carmencita Film Lab