Trash The Dress sessions have evolved dramatically since they started more than a decade ago. These photo sessions began as a way to get “rid” of a dress you will not wear anymore, and your future daughter probably won’t want to wear either. Now it is just a fun session where the dress gets dirty but not ruined.
There is a reason why these sessions are increasingly popular: The pressure of the wedding day is finally off, you can let your hair down, you can run, tumble, jump and be free of restraints and conventions. This helps us deliver high-fashion art photography and some of these photos have resulted in remarkable fine art.
What makes Trash The Dress sessions in the Mayan Riviera so special is the unique environment. If you are planning to do a Trash The Dress, why do it on the beach? You will already have pictures on the beach from your wedding day. I think it’s better to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and go to a magical place that doesn’t exist in your hometown – a cenote. A cenote, or sink hole, consists of caves, rocks and jungle surrounding luminous clear pools of fresh water full of small fish, turtles and tropical life.
You have the option of having a Trash the Dress photo session in a cenote where you get partially wet and most of the session is done outside in the lush surroundings. Sample here
Another option is the latest trend in photography: an adventurous underwater session, where most of the pictures are done in the water. In these shoots, the number of photos we deliver is smaller, but the result is magical and unique. See here
There are a few requirements for this kind of shoot and there’s an extra fee. Please ask for more information Contact me.