Welcome to the blog! We're excited to finally have a place to share our business and photography advice while also having a place to share our travels and lifestyle.
When it comes to travels we'll be sharing it two ways, as guides with maps, accomodation and sightseeing tips and analog photographs as the post you're currently reading. Analog photography is a big part of our travels, we just love the way the photographs look like, with that hint of nostalgia. And what we love the most is that we usually already forget all the photographs we've taken when we go to have the film developed weeks later so it's always nice to go through the travel memories.
What you see below if part of our pandemic trip to Italy. No kidding, we actually went on this trip very last minute, a day before lockdown happened in October in Slovenia. And even though we've been to Italy so many times before we found spots that we have yet to visit and made a roadtrip from Lake Como to Abruzzo and Umbria and stopped in our all time fave Tuscany on our way home(since 2015 there hasn't been a year that we haven't traveled to Tuscany). Two weeks before we didn't know Abruzzo existed(our first plan were The Dolomites but since we we're quite late in October we decided to visit them some other time) and were really amazed by how beautiful and gorgeous the landscape is. Quite hard to imagine it's actually in Italy. Mixed in are also some landscapes from Umbria.
Photographs taken on Kodak Gold 200 35mm film.
Share this story
destination wedding photographers and photography educators from europe
We're Urška and Domen
wedding photographers and photography educators
Photography has led us to be multipassionate business owners, internationally awarded wedding photographers, bloggers and content creators. We're here to help wedding photographers and wedding professionals build curated brands through mentoring, web design and educational resources while giving you an insight into our entrepreneurial path and everyday life.
Named one of the 30 Rising Stars of wedding photography by New York's Rangefinder magazine