Wedding portraits

Anastasia & Ivan

Promising actor Ivan met angelic-looking ballet dancer Anastasia through their common passion – the theatre. Both very young and passionate, they help each other to climb to recognition and success.

Anastasia & Ivan: Wedding portraits. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Anastasia & Ivan: Wedding portraits. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

I held their wedding photoshoot in a lovely park in southern Moscow, Kuzminki, famous for its refreshing ponds and exquisite Italian-like architecture.

Anastasia & Ivan: Wedding portraits. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Olga & Laurent

This international couple found each other via an international expat network and after a five-year long relationship they finally decided to tie the knot. They both work in Moscow: Olga, as a journalist, while Laurant, in a tourism industry.

Olga & Laurent: Wedding portrait. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Wedding session: Olga & Laurent #2. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Wedding session: Olga & Laurent #3. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Wedding session: Olga & Laurent #4. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Wedding session: Olga & Laurent #5. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

This wedding portrait was shot in Moscow’s legendary department store GUM famous for its intricate glass roof which serves as an additional source of light.

Yelena & Vladimir

These wedding portraits show a loving couple of two bank clerks who clicked following numerous late shifts in the same office.

Yelena & Vladimir: Wedding photo session. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

The image was shot at one of Moscow’s wedding venues, the Kolomenskoye Estate, fancied for its exquisite architecture and vast gardens in bloom in late spring and summer.

Yelena & Vladimir: Wedding photo session. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Dinara & James

British journalist James fell in love with Kyrgyz girl Dinara when on a brief attachment to Moscow he saw her at a friend’s party.

Dinara & James: Wedding photo session. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Attracted by her beauty and kindness, he made a decisive step, having learned Russian and subsequently moving to Moscow, to then tie the knot with his beloved one.

Dinara & James: Wedding photo session. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

Dinara & James: Wedding photo session. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

These wedding portraits were shot amid the futuristic background of the Russian Academy of Science, a very popular spot for photoshoots with its exquisite geometric features and beautiful soft light.

Dinara & James: Wedding photo session. © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

// Sasha Krasnov
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Yuri Amigo, actor © Sasha Krasnov - Portrait Photographer

2 Comments

  1. Bonjour,

    J’adore vos photos et je reve de pouvoir un jour en faire autant. Je reve aussi du pentax 67. J’hésite entre le 67 et le 67 II, avez vous un conseille à me donner ?
    Autres questions : développez vous et scannez vous vous même vos films, sinon par quel labo ? Quel posemetre utilisez vous ?
    Merci

    Cordialement
    Eric

    • Hello Eric

      Thank you for noticing my work. Sorry, I do not speak French. So will answer in English. Considering your questions… Well, if you want to save hundreds of dollars (or euros), you should by just 6X7/67. You may spent these saved money on lenses. But I recommend to buy boyd with mirror lockup unit (MLU) by manu reasons. The main — these bodies are newer than classic 6X7 w/o MLU. They are usually heavily used. I’ve two bodies, 6X7 and 67 with MLU. As for result — it doesn’t matter which camera you will use. The cost difference may be about 2-3 lenses.

      If you can spent more for the camera or a budget doesn’t matter for you — buy Pentax 67II. They are much newer and not so much used as 6X7/67 MLU. Also it uses newer battery type — 2pcs of CR2, that is easier to find in local store. But power supply is not a problem for old cameras too. Another one great feature — AE prism finder. If you need Av exposure mode than you have only one choice. Also, with its right hand grip it is much handier.

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