nakagusuku castle ruins| best okinawa family portrait location
Are you looking for an awesome Okinawa family portrait location? Let me recommend Nakagusuku Castle to you! It is amazing! If you are looking for stunning ocean views, gorgeous greenery and wonderful ancient stone work, then this is the location for you. These castle ruins, like most in Okinawa, are set up on a hill. Because of the location the light is absolutely gorgeous during the last two hours before sunset.
There are a couple of things to consider when you choose Nakagusuku for your family portraits. First of all it is one of the few castle ruins you have to pay to enter. So please keep that small fee in mind. It is also one of the ruin sites that closes and has hours. They generally kick people out around sunset time but to get a ride to the top you have to be there well within their hours of operation.
Now lets talk about this beautiful family! I love their color choices for their clothes. Aqua has always been my favorite color and living in Okinawa has just increased the love for it. It is the color of the water here and makes me so happy!
Best Okinawa Family Portrait Location
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Thank you for visiting the blog today! I hope you enjoyed this family portrait session. Contact me today if you want to get on my schedule for fall family portraits in Okinawa. My schedule for fall is already starting to fill up! I am participating in a blog circle today, please follow the links until you get back to me and enjoy photography from around the world. Next up is the very talented Michele Quattrin, she is a wonderful friend and a Minneapolis Family Photographer. Today she is talking about posing family portraits.
Anna Rasmussen is a featured and award-winning family portrait photographer in Okinawa, Japan. She loves documentary-style family vacation photography and beautiful lifestyle portraits. Her two favorite things to photograph are travel logs and birth stories in the hospital, but she also loves everything family – from capturing the joy of expectant parents in maternity photography, the first days of a baby’s life in Newborn Fresh 48 Sessions, the beauty of everyday chaos in Family Day-in-the-Life Sessions, and on-location family portrait sessions. Anna is an on-location photographer, serving the entire island of Okinawa and ready to travel to many major cities in the Asian area. Book a session here with Anna today! Thank you so much for stopping by!