I had the pleasure of conducting a photoshoot in Kyoto with an incredibly nice and polite couple who were on their honeymoon in Japan! The excitement was palpable, and I couldn’t resist capturing numerous beautiful moments of their joyous journey.
Our first destination was the iconic Fushimi Inari Shrine, renowned as the most popular spot in Kyoto. Despite the early hour, the shrine was bustling with visitors. As we strolled through, I shared insights about the shrine, the mesmerizing Torii gates, and various aspects of Japanese culture. Their keen interest in every detail warmed my heart, and we managed to capture some stunning shots against the serene backgrounds, skillfully avoiding the crowds before heading to our next location.
Before delving into the enchanting Gion area, we made a delightful stop at a temple adorned with a myriad of breathtaking autumn leaves. The sheer beauty of the foliage left us in awe, and we seized the opportunity to wander through the temple, creating a collection of truly memorable photographs.
Once in the Gion area, we explored several picturesque spots, reveling in the joyous atmosphere of the shoot. This wonderful couple’s genuine kindness and warmth made the entire experience a delight for me. Capturing their honeymoon moments in the vibrant city of Kyoto was truly special. A heartfelt thank you for choosing my photography service! Looking forward to the possibility of another joyful session with you in the future!
【Review on Tripadvisor】★★★★★
“A fantastic experience. We booked a photoshoot for our honeymoon in Kyoto. Manu was so enthusiastic and made us feel really comfortable throughout the whole session, he knew some brilliant spots to manage busy areas and provided us with a really nice selection of candid and posing photos. It was a fun day, as well as the photos Manu taught us a bit of Japanese, told us about some of the places we were visiting and we had some nice conversations as we moved between locations. He also gave us great food recommendations for the rest of our time in Japan. We mainly selected Manu because we liked the editing style of his photos, and we are so happy with how they turned out, they’re stunning.”