A winter wedding in Sweden can be a real gamble if you want to do the shooting outdoors. Per and Lina Granlund got married on the beautiful island of Marstrand just outside of Gothenburg, and plan A was to do most of the shooting outdoors. The weather in Sweden can be very unpredictable; you need to be prepared for anything between very cold with lots of snow to very wet with heavy rain. And sometimes you feel very lucky and can actually spot the thing we call sun…
The weather turned out to be mostly on our side even though it was cold and occasionally windy.
Here are some photos from the shoot:
Using flashes and big softboxes on windy days and close to water makes the job impossible without a good trustworthy assistent. My nephew Alex made a terrific job making sure the Elinchrom Ranger flash stayed dry on land.
The moped wasn’t only used for props, it also served for effective transportation between shooting sites.
I got a feature story about climbing in Fontainebleau, France, published in the swedish magazine Brant: