Let’s follow Florian Rieder and gorgeous Marina on an incredible journey. A breathtaking waterfall, a wild forest and all the wonders that life has to offer.
“As a photographer, visiting Bali for the first time was a dream come true. The island is known for its stunning natural beauty and vibrant culture, making it the perfect destination for capturing unique and meaningful photographs.
One of the highlights of my trip was the opportunity to photograph yoga teacher Marina at one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the island, Leke Leke. The waterfall is tucked away in the lush rainforest and is a hidden gem that not many tourists know about.
When we arrived at the waterfall, I was immediately struck by its natural beauty. The water cascaded down a rocky cliff and into a crystal-clear pool below. The sound of the falling water was calming and peaceful, and the mist created by the waterfall provided a natural diffused light that was perfect for photography.
Marina was an amazing subject to photograph. She is a skilled yoga teacher and was able to strike a variety of poses that not only looked beautiful but also captured the serenity of the waterfall. She was also a natural in front of the camera and made it easy for me to capture her essence in my photographs.
One of the most challenging aspects of the shoot was the location itself. The waterfall is located in a remote area, and the terrain was uneven and slippery. I had to be careful not to slip while trying to get the perfect angle. But the end result was worth it, as the photographs turned out to be breathtaking.
The experience of photographing Marina at Leke Leke waterfall was truly unforgettable. The natural beauty of the location combined with Marina’s serene presence made for a perfect shoot. I will always cherish these photographs and the memories of my first trip to Bali.” Florian Rieder