Provence Wedding Photographer | Troistudios Photography » Wedding photographer duo based in Provence & Berlin. Destination weddings in France and worldwide.

Masthead header


Water, Food and Shelter

We follow the stream and make our way slowly uphill. We watch water bursting down rocks, forming cascades and rushingView full post »

La Cougourde

Hanni and I did two versions of this photograph. One is showing cows in the foreground with the waterfall more left inView full post »

Corsica travel reportage

When we traveled to Corsica to photograph the wedding of Jerome & Marylène

… we decided to turn this journey into a little roadtrip. So we drove the Volvo onto the ferry and off we rodeView full post »

Trophée Virginio Bruni-Tedeschi // Cavalière

Last Easter weekend we joined the crowd at the Club Nautique in Cavalière. It was time for the 6ème Trophée VirginioView full post »

see what we see #04

This photo of a reflection on our hood is part of our series ‘see what we see’. Besides shooting weddingView full post »

see what we see #03

Swimming to this island took us 25 minutes both ways. We could have walked though because the water was only 5View full post »

see what we see #02

When doing interior photos it’s sometimes hard to focus solely on the architecture. This photo of a staircase isView full post »

see what we see #01

Sitting on the dock of the bay, we tested the autofocus servo system of our camera eating yoghurt with honey inView full post »

La Chaffuste

La Chaffuste in October 2012. We were invited by Etienne de Kergariou to join  the monthly goûter-concert-exposition atView full post »

Noelle & Philippe // the garden of Kerusten

Noelle & Philippe told us that they’ve always loved Brittany. Almost each summer the whole family packedView full post »


Visiting Venice 2011 for a week of the Biennale exhibition we used a Polaroid camera and a Nikon FE 2 stuffed withView full post »

Aux Frères de la Côte // Île de Ré

Sometimes I can fall in love with a place just because I like the way it feels to be a part of theView full post »

the view

New View

18 hours of driving through rain and snow and massive mountains. Now we are in France again. We feel that travelingView full post »

wedding photographer France // photographe de mariage

Some of you who followed us over the past few months already know that we like France. This summer we’ve traveledView full post »

a rose is a rose is a rose

Roses’ names can be very different. Speaking for myself, I judge on the roses by the name. I like the rose when IView full post »

The Green of Central Brittany // Les Gorges De Toul Goulic

We continue our mix of wedding and travel photography. Today we like to show you a truly extraordinary place. WhenView full post »


Today we awoke at the end of the world. At least this is what the Romans used to call Brittany because of its distanceView full post »

Bits of France

We have an awfully bad conscience. Not only do we still have so many unique weddings to share – we also spent theView full post »


It’s been a week since we first entered the island called Amrum and four days since we’re back in Berlin.View full post »

Venice on Polaroids

When I travel to a place like this, I prefer shooting with film. Somehow digital doesn’t work for me there. It’s notView full post »

black and white images shot with film

More Harlem later. When I was in art school, we often went to a farm in Hungary which an artist I knew hasView full post »