BERLIN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Hi, I am Dani Rodriguez, the Berlin wedding photographer behind Bring Me Somewhere Nice. I shoot weddings in Germany, Spain and worldwide. Looking for telling stories with honesty of beautiful souls. I love my job, I really do. To have the oportunity to travel the world and to meet so many great people in a very emotional moment of their life is a dream! I always looked for authenticity, honesty and adventure in life, and this is what I keep searching with my photography.

A little about me

and my little family growing up

MY STYLE

Emotional, authentic and aesthetic where the most common adjectives when I asked my clients to describe my work with three words. As you probably have seen I am not the wedding photographer who makes cliche poses and classic pastel images. I am more into real moments and emotions because I truly believe that wedding photography is not only about nice pictures, it’s about moments, emotions and real stories. Do you believe the same?

Have a look at my STORIES

LAST POSTS

Lou, Eike, Hanna and Fiete | Hochzeit in Brandenburg
Sometimes it happens there are people who just manage to capture your attention from the moment you meet them. Maybe it's a smile, a gesture, a relaxed way to communicate. You do not know the reason in particular, you just can feel it. I had the enormous pleasure of joining Lou, Eike, and their two wonderful twins and being their wedding photographer in Brandenburg. They spent the whole weekend with their family and friends at Gut Boltenhof, a beautiful farmhouse surrounded by fresh country air, animals, and lot of charm. Everything is a little slower there, as if time had stopped.   Lou und Eike are an amazing couple, relaxed, respectf ...
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Hochzeitsfotograf Sylt und Amrum
Wedding on Amrum | Freda + Justus
Infinite distances. When the sun breaks through the wintry North Sea, water and dunes shine like molten gold. When I first received the inquiry of Freda and Justus if I wanted to be their wedding photographer on Amrum... first thought was, where the heck is that? I checked and I realized it is a tiny island in the North Sea close to the border to Dennmark. Amrum is the smallest North Frisian Island. You can walk around it in a day. It’s also the prettiest, with reed-thatched Frisian houses, rolling sand dunes, woods, heath and marsh, and glorious Kniepsand. This is the place to get away from the world and truly feel like it. The villages a ...
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Hochzeitsfotograf in Berlin
Berlin Wedding Portraits of a Bride
Being a wedding photographer in Berlin is a great luck. I remember when I started in the world of weddings, I only wanted to photograph couples in the nature in beautiful landscapes. But as a wedding photographer you do not have the opportunity to photograph always in spectacular landscapes, and you have to make the most of the circumstances that you have. All this makes you grow and it helps you to focus more on the incidence of light. That does not mean that I do not like to photograph in those places, please take me always to those beautiful places )) but an urban wedding has a lot of character and strength, and for all this nothing li ...
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HAVE A LOOK AT

MY PORTFOLIO

 

So you can have a first impression about my work and my style. There you can find a selection of images from several weddings and engagements around the world. For me it is very important that you indentify with my work. In my opinion a similar visual language is the main key to choose your photographer.

 

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MY STORIES

 

In this section you find several weddings and engagements that I have done in different places. Here you get an idea about how a wedding reportage will be. Actually that is only a selection from the around 500 Images that you will receive from a full wedding reportage.

 

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DID YOU LIKE IT?

WRITE ME

 

Did you like what you saw? Could you imagine that I could be your photographer? Write me and tell me your story. I am really looking forward to hearing from you..

 

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