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Weddings from a bird’s-eye perspective

9 may 2018
Weddings from a bird’s-eye perspective. Gabrielle Konali

The eye of a good photographer—or videographer—always aims to find a way to capture new and different perspectives for your wedding memories. It is not easy to get a report that embodies the magic of the day, but excellent training combined with new technologies will bring about amazing results.

Drones have opened up a world of possibilities in this regard. There will be no more friends and family inventing excuses to avoid having to see the video/photos of the big day. And even less so with the wonderful shots that can be taken in the spectacular scenery of the Canary Islands.

As you already know, professionals in the image sector are fascinated by the light in our islands. This is not only because of the amount—more than 4,800 hours a year—but also because of the quality transmitted in their photos. Our climate of eternal springtime with ideal average temperatures both in winter (22ºC) and in summer (26ºC) make it easier to take photos in the open air 365 days a year.

The scenery in the Canary Islands with its peculiar contrasts also plays an important role in this photography. Hidden beauty can be seen from the air that goes beyond that which you can see at ground level and this will add to the quality of the end product you receive.

If you choose our islands as your wedding destination, your day is sure to be unique, happy and full of wonderful moments shared with your loved ones, starting a few hours before you say, “I do”. Although the use of drones is limited to certain environments, the images you receive will tell the story of the start of this new phase of your lives.

Canary Islands. Experience the most spectacular version of your wedding.


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