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Ideas for your After Wedding Photo Session in Athens,Greece




Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and you want to make sure you capture all the special moments. An after-wedding photo session is a great way to get some stunning photographs in a more relaxed and informal setting. If you're planning a wedding in Athens, Greece, there are plenty of beautiful locations for an after-wedding photo session. In this blog post, we'll explore some ideas for your after-wedding photo session in Athens, Greece.

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The Temple of Poseidon: The Temple of Poseidon is located on the coast of Athens and offers breathtaking views of the Saronic Gulf. The temple is surrounded by rugged cliffs and rolling hills, making it a dramatic and stunning location for an after-wedding photo session. Feel free to send me an email through the contact form if you already have some ideas and you are looking for an editorial photographer to make all of this happen.










Have a look to these photographs from an Engagement session.















Looking for an Editorial After Wedding Photographer in Athens? Send me a message to check my availability for your photo session in Athens! The Athens Riviera: The Athens Riviera is a long stretch of coastline that runs along the southern suburbs of Athens. The Riviera offers plenty of stunning backdrops for your after-wedding photo session, including sandy beaches & rocky cliffs. This is a session in Agios Nikolaos Church.











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Parnitha Mountain in Athens is a stunning location for an after-wedding photo session. With its picturesque trails, dense forests, and breathtaking views, the mountain offers a romantic and unforgettable backdrop for your photos. You can take photos on the mountain's highest peak, or explore its scenic forests and rocky terrain. In the winter months, the mountain transforms into a unique and snowy location for your after-wedding photo session. With its natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, Parnitha Mountain is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to capture their special moments in Athens.











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Athens boasts stunning beaches , making it the perfect destination for an after-wedding photo session, located just 25 kilometers from the city center. This picturesque beaches feature crystal-clear waters and stunning rock formations that create a dramatic backdrop for your photos. With their tranquil atmosphere and breathtaking scenery,the beach offers a romantic and unforgettable location for your after-wedding photo session. You can take photos on the beach or explore the nearby cliffs and hillsides for a more adventurous shoot. Whether you're looking for a serene and romantic setting or a more dramatic and adventurous backdrop, the beach is the perfect destination for your after-wedding photo session in Athens.












In conclusion, Athens offers plenty of stunning locations for your after-wedding photo session. Whether you choose the Parnitha Mountain, the beach, the Temple of Poseidon, or Agios Nikolaos Church you're sure to get some breathtaking photos that you'll treasure for a lifetime. Remember to plan ahead, choose the best time of day, and work with a professional photographer to ensure you get the best results. By the way, in case you landed here because you are looking for a Photographer in Athens with an Editorial style, then get in touch with me. I’m curious to know your travel plans and to join you as your photographer for your After Wedding ,Engagement or Honeymoon in Athens (or everywhere else in Greece!)



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