When you have found the right person, nothing would bring you more joy than being able to spend the rest of your life with them. However, when you have an adrenaline junkie like Keow Wee Loong as your fiancé, you can definitely expect your lives together to always be interesting. As a photographer, Keow and fiancé Marta Sibielak decided to take their own pre-wedding photographs in 11 different countries, yielding some of the most stunning pre-wedding collections, all under 1000 euros!
The loving couple in Trolltunga, Norway.
Mr and Mrs Keow in Copenhagen, Denmark.
This adventurous pre-wedding photo shoot took a total of three months to complete, featuring various countries in Europe like Italy, Denmark, Germany, Norway and Marta’s home country, Poland. Besides that, the couple also traveled to various countries in Asia like Japan, Indonesia and Keow’s home country, Malaysia.
This photograph was taken in Angelholm, Sweden.
The hills are alive with their love in Mehlweg, Germany.
For some of these impressive shots, it was by no means an easy feat to achieve the perfect shot. The more impressive shots like the ones taken in Norway and Malaysia meant having to carry all their photography equipment as well as Marta’s wedding dress, all while having to climb up mountains and cliffs. Not to mention that there was snow in the mountains as well in Norway! Marta also had to be able to do her own makeup in the frigid conditions after the hike. Talk about impressive! However, as you can see from the results, it was definitely worth it.
This amazing photograph was shot in Kjeragbolten, Norway.
After climbing up the mountain, the couple shared a kiss on Bukit Tabur, Malaysia.
If you didn’t know, Keow Wee Loong is known for scaling high buildings and doing impressive stunts, all to capture the perfect photos. His recent escapade involves entering Fukushima and capturing photographs that gave a distinct ‘post-apocalyptic’ feel. For his proposal towards Marta, he scaled the highest bridge in the world – Beipanjiang Bridge, which is located in China. You can watch the impressive video below.
How far will you go to make the perfect wedding proposal to the woman you love?been travelling for month from beijing to KL by land just to find the right spot for this very special proposal, the highest bridge in the world 526meters (beipanjiang duge bridge) located between the border of yunan and guizhou. The bridge will be opening soon by the end of this year.Sometime she is always asking me "Where are you?/What are you doing" ….but i didnt told her about it XD, i'm sorry for not telling you in advance Marta Sibielak <3 . I cant dance or sing like other people and tokyo disney land proposal seem abit too cheesy . well i"m only gonna do this once, might as well do something different and epic !!special thanks to Shilton Benardo James Calamba for sleeping under the bridge and traveling across china with me XD #Stoneandco#WeddingPropsal
Posted by Keow Wee Loong on Sunday, 27 November 2016
The couple sharing a tender moment with Big Ben watching over them in London, United Kingdom.
Taking in the beautiful night scene in Vienna, Austria.
The idea for this unique series came about when he was doing a photoshoot for a Taiwanese couple, whereby they braved freezing cold temperatures to scale two mountains in order to get the perfect shots. So Keow proposed that they shoot a similar series, but instead of just scaling mountains, they would visit their favourite countries in both Europe and Asia, giving rise to this magical series.
Kissing over the water in Venice, Italy.
Exploring the country in Riesenbichl, Germany.
The newlyweds first had their fateful meeting in a Family Mart where Marta worked. Keow had lost his wallet, and was looking to get Wi-Fi connection. He never expected that the incident would lead to him meeting the love of his life, and the rest, as they say, was history.
If you are interested in employing his services, you can contact Keow Wee Loong at email@example.com. All rights to the photographs and videos used in this article belong to Keow Wee Loong Photography.
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