While vacationing in Santorini you can witness a phenomenon called "Anedosa" sea fog. It's not very common and it's created when the heat from the volcano mixes with the coolness of the sea. If the wind is blowing from the west you will see a thick blanket of fog covering the caldera and the villages located on the cliff's edge. However when it passes the highest point of the cliff it doesn't crawl downhill, but slowly dissipates and leaves most of the island's visitors to enjoy the sunny weather.
I promise I'll stop with panoramas :) Here's a couple of bunnies...
Here are a few things to consider while getting ready for your maternity photo shoot in Santorini.
Regardless of whether you're planning a proposal, pre- or post-wedding photo shoot, or even a solo session, Santorini offers amazing views and backgrounds for your photos. If you're asking yourself what to wear for this occasion you're in the right place for answers.
WHAT'S YOUR STYLE?
Most important is, of course, is to feel comfortable. That doesn't mean that you should show up sporting your favourite sweatpants and crocs :)))
The clothes you pick should fit perfectly, because if anything hangs loose it will draw unwanted attention in the photo. Same goes for clothes that are too tight.
The type of clothes you're wearing can be a big help to attract attention to the parts of your body your are proud of the most or distract from things you want to hide.
For example, sleeves make you look taller and thinner and draw more attention to your face. It doesn't always have to be a full sleeve dress or top, quarter sleeve is an option. And if you still want to show some skin a dress with an open back or bare shoulders should do the trick.
Footwear deserve a post of their own, but in short, wear something you will be comfortable walking in on cobblestone streets of Santorini. If you insist on wearing high heels, you should, probably, bring a pair of sandals or flip-flops (or before-mentioned crocs :))) ) you can slip into and be comfortable while walking between shooting spots.
Blue looks amazing against the whitewashed walls of Santorini. Also you will balance perfectly with the blue domes in Oia or Imerovigli and the Aegean sea.
If your photo session takes place during golden hour (dusk or dawn), yellow, orange or light pink is a great option. It will look perfect against the setting (or rising) sun.
And, of course, white. This is the color that will look perfect against any backdrop of Santorini. When you think summer, you think white. One thing you should consider, though. If you're wearing white your partner should wear a contrasting color, so you don't blend in with Santorini's white walls. Navy blue is a perfect option - think of the Greek flag!
With all that in mind, the last piece of accessory you should wear is a happy smile and a bit of adventurous spirit and you will look great in every photo.