02/11/2017

Family photographer in Chania Crete, photo session of Soley-Jakob and family from Iceland

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Up until a few hours of this photo shoot in the Old Town of Chania, I wasn’t sure if it was going to happen.

Due to the weather changing every other day I thought that the family wanted bright sun and crystal blue skies.

But Jakob and Soley live in Iceland and the cloudy weather didn’t bother them at all. A rare case for Crete in the Summer, but a possibility none the less.

The family, with their distinct and relaxed presence, inspired me to use the days’ characteristics to match their style.

During our one-hour family photo session, we quickly got to know each other and have some fun in the proses.

I really can’t wait to repeat this session one day in Iceland.

 

A few words from Soley:

We are beyond happy with the photos Andreas shot. So natural and relaxed. He is a true professional and communications before, during and after the shoot has been excellent.

Photo assistant: Reggina

 

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