Folhas de outono
Hoje mostramos uma sessão que veio de França, pela lente da Johanna Garcia.
Cores de Outono, aromas quentinhos e folhagem pelo chão, tudo bonito e aconchegante, quem disse que só com sol se fazem imagens bonitas?
Fiquem com as palavras da Johanna:
“I do not like (I actually hate!) a cold weather when it’s gray outhere. But when it comes to an inspiration shoot, everything is different… What’s more romantic than the softness of fall colors?
Wanting to organize a styled photoshoot is one thing but for me, there had to be some kind of logic. So I patiently waited for autumn to bring out that natural setting I wanted to give it.
A beautiful château in southeastern France (Saint Victor la Coste) to host the engagement session, followed by a simple lover’s stroll surrounded by nature to announce the wedding date.
I came across that château a few years earlier, at the same season, during a walk with my lover. I remember saying to myself: what a magical place to get married! And it stayed on my mind ever since…
Basket under the arm, holding hands, picking up nuts and chestnuts just for the pleasure of hearing them crackle over the fire, placing pretty wood logs, feeling the warmth and get carried away by the beauty of the flames cuddled up to one another.
If I had to get married one day, I would love it to be in a similar place, surrounded by loved ones all gathered around a wood fire, wrapped up in warm blankets knitted by great grandma a long time ago… And what’s better than a tea bar to complete all that?
I love drinking a tasty hot tea during the fall season (I bet I’m not the only one) to heat up my hands while never saying no to a slice of grandma’s old fashioned cake to warm the heart…
fotografia de Tiara Photographie, styling de Style it Event, materiais gráficos de Crème de papier, acessórios de L’atelier à nouer, maquilhagem L’image en chemin, cabelos Le Boudoir, assistente de produção, Virgínia Barroso e o casal Noëmie Moody & Yoan Lesiezka.