In a few weeks, Barcelona will host the Mobile World Congress (MWC), the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry. Every year, this conference, featuring prominent executives representing mobile operators and technology providers from all over the world, attracts over 100,000 people.
With Christmas time almost around the corner, it’s time to think about putting down a gift list for friends and parents. Definitely, a vacation photo shoot in Barcelona gift voucher can be a perfect Christmas present if you think of visiting this lovely Spanish city.
Wedding photography in Barcelona may be a special if not unique experience. When you shoot photo of the newlyweds in the street, people stop to congratulate with them, offer warm wishes and somebody also ask to take picture with them. I do not exaggerate if I am saying newlyweds are treated almost as celebrities while they are walking along the famous Rambla pedestrian mall with myself taking photos of them. Wedding photography in Barcelona is just a magic experience.
Caroline and Matthew wanted a photo shoot in Barcelona. They had chosen the Spanish city as a special destination to declare their engagement. Just a short vacation away from their jobs in New Jersey (USA). They explained me by email they already experienced a photo shoot in Paris a couple of years before. It was a funny experience and they wanted to reply with a same one whilst in Barcelona.
James and Laura came to Barcelona for a long weekend vacation. Apparently, for Laura this should have been just a welcoming escape to sunny Spain but James had a different plan since before leaving their wet England. In fact, James contacted me a couple of weeks before by email because he was looking for a personal photographer in Barcelona. He had a photo shoot in mind to be located in a romantic location in town suitable for proposal. He asked me for setting the photo shoot at Park Güell as this is the Barcelona’s epicenter for romanticism for most of tourists. As they were coming to Barcelona at the end of summer, when Park Güell is still very crowded with tourists, I replied to James by suggesting a different location: the Labyrinth Park of Horta.