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        Getting ready for your photoshoot @ Conrad Bora Bora Nui

        You’ll find below everything you need to know to get ready for your photoshoot in the Conrad Bora Bora & customize it so the final pictures fits perfectly your vision : the best locations around the resort & the reccomended itineraries depending on the duration of your photoshoot, the best times of the day to shoot, outfits ideas & editing style.

        1/ Locations

        Here are the most scenic places of the resort. You invite you to pick your favorites.

        Spa hill: Black rocks & mountain view

        Black rock point of view Conrad Bora Bora

        Spa hill: The “Million dollar view”

        Million dollar view Conrad Bora Bora

        Spa hill: Chapel & tropical surounding

        Chapel area Conrad Bora Bora

        Main beach area: Main beach

        Main beach Conrad Bora Bora

        Main beach area: Traditional canoe

        Traditional Canoe Conrad Bora Bora

        Main beach area: Beach hammock

        Beach hammock Conrad Bora Bora

        Overwater bungalow deck

        Overwater bungalow deck Conrad Bora Bora

        Overwater bungalows bridges

        Bungalow bridge Conrad Bora Bora

        Resort main dock

        Main dock Conrad Bora Bora
        Beautiful place for sunset shots

        2/ Recommended itineraries

        Here are our recommended itineraries depending on the duration of your photoshoot. We invite you to pick the one you like the most 🙂

        Itineraries for a 1H photoshoot :
        • Bungalow deck + Spa hill
        • Bungalow deck + Main beach area

        Itineraries for a 2H photoshoot :
        • Spa hill + Main beach are
        • Spa hill + wedding ceremony
        • Main beach area + wedding ceremony

        Itineraries for a 3 H photoshoot :
        • 3H is enough to cover the whole resort + a wedding ceremony

        3/ Time & Light

        The light is very different depending on the time of the day. To get a soft and beautiful light the best is to shoot just after the sunrise or just before the sunset. Sunsets are often sensational here so it’s a great time to shoot BUT be aware that the water won’t look that blue (but golden or pink depending on the colours of the sunset of the day). If you wish to get vibrant blue for your pictures the best is to shoot on the morning between 9AM & 11AM. It’s better to avoid shooting in the middle of the afternoon: the light is way too harsh and the best photo spots are usually busy.

        Sunrise VS sunset picture
        Morning VS Sunset
        Sunrise VS sunset picture
        Morning VS Sunset

        4/ Outfits

        Number of outfits: You can pick up to two outfits for sessions of 2H and more.

        • If you are going to wear your wedding gowns: Please get dressed before the photoshoot as some dresses can take forever to pull on 😉

        • If you are not going to wear your wedding gowns: Choose outfits you are comfortable in and feel beautiful wearing them (and try to match colours). For ladies, we advise long and aerial dresses and chic summer clothing for men (like linen shirt and trousers). Please try to avoid printed fabric or flashy colours (as it won’t be a great fit with our editing style and the Polynesian nature’s colours).

        Our full article about what to wear: https://marcgerardphotographytahiti.com/en/what-to-wear-for-my-photo-shoot-in-bora-bora/

        Fresh flowers: This is the IT accessories for your photo shoot in Polynesia. You can order yours at the front desk or conciergerie the day before your photoshoot. Gentelmans, you can also ask for a foliage crown or a flower lei  😉

        5/ Editing style

        We are known for our unique editorial editing style.
        Nevertheless, we understand that you may prefer your pictures brighter so we are happy to let you choose the type of editing you like the most for your photo shoot.

        Editing style
        Editorial VS Bright
        Editorial VS Bright