Couple Treks Mount Everest To Shoot The Most Spectacular Wedding Photos Ever
Couple treks Mount Everest to shoot the most spectacular wedding photos ever and the bar for wedding photography has been raised to a whole new level. Climbing the Himalayas, or any other mountains, is not something most people usually have in mind when they think about wedding photos. This couple just made everything even more extreme and went on to have a photo session on the highest mountain peak in the world – The Everest (8,848 metres aka 29028.87 ft).
Talented photographer Charleton Churchill and mountaineers Ashley Schmiedes and James Sissom trekked Everest for a very special photo shoot for a very special day. Chaleton Churchill was planning on photographing a full-dressed wedding on Everest since 2011, but he had to wait 6 more years until this couple showed up with basically the same idea. It was a done deal!
While everybody is smiling and looks enthusiastic in this photo series, it wasn’t all smiles and laughs. The entire experience had everyone pushed to their physical and mental limits, but in the end hard work pays off.
“Often times when striving for something great, there’s usually a cost. There’s no glory without suffering. We worked hard for these images with much less time to photograph a short wedding than we planned,” says the photographer.
With temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius (-5 degrees Fahrenheit), most brides wouldn’t even get out of bed. Ashley on the other hand, like the rest of the crew, suffered through extreme temperatures, altitude sickness and snow to get the most spectacular wedding photos ever.
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“It’s one of the most epic and beautiful locations in the world that’s difficult to get to, and nobody’s done it before. So we are thrilled to have finally pulled it off,” he added.
“Now saying this was an epic and amazing trip is true, but I would be remiss if I didn’t share it came with some suffering, doubt, fear, anxiety, and physical pain,” mentioned Charleton Churchill.
“Often times when striving for something great, there’s usually a cost. There’s no glory without suffering. ”
Be sure to check out more of Charleton Churchill’s photo shoots right here.