Those considering wedding photography and wine lovers, check out these winery locations. And, you shutter clickers, peek at Chinese photographic techniques.
|This wedding couple and photographer waited in line for an hour to get this popular viewpoint at the US$103 million Chateau Changyu Baron Balboa, which stands like an oasis in the desert near Shihezi, Xinjiang. |
|After their professional photography session, this couple wandered around the Chateau to take their own happy snaps. Chateau Changyu Baron Balboa, |
|As they head for a photo session, the bride, groom and photographer are dwarfed by the scale of the Dynasty Winery Chateau architecture. Dynasty Fine Wines Group Ltd., Tianjin, China.|
|The wedding party and photographer pass the French Louvre museum copy pyramid. And why not? Dynasty Winery is a Sino-French joint venture with the huge|
French alcoholic beverage company,
Rémy Cointreau. Dynasty Fine Wines Group Ltd., Tianjin, China.
|Under the watchful eyes of giant iron guards, this bride waits her turn to be photographed inside Dynasty's winery. |
Dynasty Fine Wines Group Ltd., Tianjin, China.
|Being only one hour out of Beijing, makes Chateau Changyu AFIP Global a favorite photo location for wedding couples. Chateau Changyu AFIP Global, Miyun County, China.|
|Most of the photographers seem to use the same standard poses. Chateau Changyu AFIP Global, Miyun County, China.|
|Even the roof makes a suitable location for some wedding photographers. Chateau Changyu AFIP Global, Miyun County, China.|
|Ready, set and smile. Chateau Changyu AFIP Global, Miyun County, China.|
|Chateau Changyu AFIP Global offers a faux church so that a couple can be married and photographed in the same winery village. Miyun County, China.|