This intimate photo was taken on Oahu’s west coast where it is almost always sunny year round. The evening light is beautiful, making it perfect for late afternoon and sunset photo sessions. Lava rocks found along the coast of Hawaii islands take a big part in Hawaiian cultural significance and Hawaii uniqueness.

This lovely Oahu wedding photo was taken by Julia from Sieber Studio. She says:
“I love to capture those special and intimate moments of couples at a distance allowing them a chance of “alone time” together.”

Bride and Groom Alane & Phil were married in Lanikohunoa, Oahu.

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Photographers: When scouting for a secluded spot, also make sure it’s easily accessible for the bride and groom. Keep in mind their attire and any touch ups that they might need. Julia used: Canon 5D, 24mm : ISO 250, 1/400, f6.3 without flash.

 

Brides: Taking the time to sneak away with your husband for some great shots is always rewarding. Those special moments you’ll never be able to get back.

 

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