• Welcome to Viktor Pravdica Photography

    Wedding is a story that needs to be preserved in the best possible way, and my photos do just that. Memories that will be a little work of art and enduring value. I'm trying to create something new, original and worthy of attention. It is very important to me to create a friendly relationship with the newlyweds, as the easiest way to achieve desired results is in a relaxed atmosphere and with mutual cooperation. Catching the emotions, spontaneous smiles and above all love .. that's my goal.

Ines & Andrej got married earlier this year. They shared their intimate and simple ceremony with just a handful of people, so for them, having a profesional photographer present, just didn’t make sense at the time…but as time went by, they started to regret their decision…So eventually they made an appointment for a profesional shoot with me and we set off into the unknown one cold November morning, somewhere in Osijek, near the river Drava…

The scenery, the weather and the whole atmosphere suited them completely – it was a mix and mach of everything…from the bleak and muddy plain, withered flowers, lush forest ground to the sun-drenched cornfield…from dark to light, from coldness to warmth, demised to living and thriving…quite a case of opposites (attract)…and seeing as she’s a MD specializing in Pediatric critical care and he’s a designer “specializing” in creating morbid and macambre artwork for music bands and such, it was a perfect fit for them…

The shoot went well, we had loads of fun together, our laughter resonated through the wast fields…and what better way to end our date than with a hot cup of coffee, Julius Meinl kind, of course;)

 If you’re interested in seeing some of Andrej’s brilliant work, visit his FB page!

Day-after-wedding photo session with Karolina & Ratko, at Volosko, Croatia.

Karolina & Ratko’s actual wedding day was rainy so we didn’t get much opportunities to do a proper photo shoot…I snapped a pic here and there but unfortunately, the rain was getting far too much in the way…so we arranged a meeting on the day after…luckily, both Karolina & Ratko are very open-minded and relaxed so the idea of dressing up once more in their wedding attaires didn’t bother them the slightest…The whole photo session also ended up being open-minded and relaxed, and the fact that it was the “day after” helped too, seeing as we didn’t have to rush things and fit the session into a set time frame…we had a nice stroll on the beach and through the town and made the very best of our time together…