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Vanda & Robin

If it was my idea, one could say using the bycicles is just a stereotype of the rest of the world about dutch people… but believe me, it was not coming from me. :)
Needless to say, the bycicles were classis Dutch (Hollander) bikes, Robin’s bike actually brought from the Netherlands itself… so a 100% real one. Must feel like a piece of home (especially after seeing him riding it on only the rear wheel – which seemed to be ridiculously easy, at least for him).

So I didn’t have do anything else just let them to have an evening off, hoppping on the bikes to one of the best parks in Budapest, the Margaret Island in the very heart of the city, and make some postcards with these lovely people in the frame. It was easy to enjoy, hopefully for all of us – let me show a few of my favourites below. I’ll be curious to see whether a bridal gown permits Vanda to ride her bike or not… :))

Panni & Jara engagement

Spring has arrived, and among others it has brought the first wedding of 2016 – with a lovely couple whose engagement session photos have just arrived here. We have met them (or they have met us) last year in a memorable wedding – and actually the bride of that wedding, in the meantime, became part of the WeddingGrapher team as a photographer. We do not know what it means for Panni or Jara in the future, let the time decide… :)

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The first few pictures were taken at a golf course (actually, a golf course, as far as we know, had played an important role on the way to the wedding itself) – but if you move further in the set, you will quickly understand why do we think we’re lucky with Jara being a kind and nice person with a friendly smile and not making him angry… Actually, the idea of taking some pictures in the studio came when we have learned he has a solid background with Judo – but still, we were surprised what it exactly means. At least, I would consider judo as a good option for my little boy when he grows up… :)


The slideshow itself concentrates more on the just starting but still somewhat windy-chilly spring on the golf course, but the photos below show something from the studio as well… sit back and enjoy. :)

And don't forget to set it HD (and fullscreen)! :)

Anna & Yannick

Whenever we have an “international” couple not living in Budapest, or at least one of them not born in Hungary, we always have a strong motivation to find locations that are “typical” for Budapest or Hungary – but not the most known touristic spots that everyone knows. This time we quickly came to a decision: in the moment we have suggested the place you see on the photos to Anna and Yannick, they confirmed we have found the right one. :)

Budapest is full of old industrial buildings from the end of the 18th, beginning of the 19th century – like this one on the pictures. Looks more like a cathedral than a factory… even if it has served as the latter for decades. That’s the reason why we are in love with this classic industrial architecture heritage of Budapest. :)

So, we had a stunning location, a nice, sunny summer afternoon, a couple full of smile, with the evident and visible, but fully natural signs of being in love – what else does a photographer need? :)
See our favorite photos at the end of the post, but let’s start with the slideshow below: