Bali Wedding Photographer

I’ve been lucky enough to shoot more than 10 weddings in Bali the last three years and there’s something about that island and the people there that touches my inner core. It’s also a place that has to be experienced with all your senses. It’s hot and humid and as soon as you step off the plane you can feel and smell Bali in all its glory, the rich scents of burning incense and palm leaves. I’ve travelled all around the world, but nothing really smells and feels like Bali. I’m shooting four more Bali weddings this year. Tickets from Australia are cheap and if I didn’t work all the time, I think I would be going to Bali more. More than anything I want to do a photography workshop in Bali. I’m never more at ease than when I’m there.

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  1. One of the (many) reasons I love to look at your work is that you’re on the other side of the world from me and show an insight into such different cultures, be they in Australia, or elsewhere, as here in Bali. This is as far from weddings in rainy England as you can get. Thanks for the insight into another culture. A feast for the eyes.

  2. These photos make my heart sing. Seriously. Just gorgeous.
    I would love to go to a workshop and/or shoot a wedding in Bali! Lucky you Jonas!

  3. Stunning work Jonas! Where was this held at? I would absolutely love to stay there,its so beautiful.

  4. My hand is up for attending a workshop in Bali. I just flew home today from this magical island. your photos are amazing :)

  5. Oh how I love Bali. I desperately want to shoot a beautiful beach wedding there some day. It’s also the dream location of my own wedding (also hopefully some day)

  6. it’s exciting to know that so many great photographers out there are excited about bali. i went to bali once on my honeymoon. it’s surely a heaven on earth. i would love to go there again someday. and if you’d do the workshop there it would be even better. great photos as always mr. Peterson! huge fan of yours!

  7. Bali, must feel quite special to be a destination photographer and arrive in Bali. It sounds so peaceful, only by the name. And by the looking … this must be an incredible place to be shooting weddings ! Incredible work, can’t wait to see the future works there.

  8. I get to Bali at least once a year and it is one of my fav places to photograph!! The people are beautiful and the sights create images almost all by themselves. I have not shot a wedding there yet but I am looking forward to the day!! Great job mate:)

  9. The one of the little girl with the pan in her hand and the elegant step kills me it is so beautiful.

  10. Hy, i’m a photographer from Romania, europe, and i’m astonished by your photos and your stile. I enter almost daily on your site, to see if you posted something new. God bless you and your familly and your work. You do a great great job.

  11. So colorful! As always with your blogs it was hard to pick out favorites because I loved them all. I’d also love to go to a workshop someday, Bali or not. Thanks for sharing. :)

  12. Most excellent as always Jonas.
    I would love to come to one of your workshops and would doubly love to come if it was in Bali.

  13. all my dreams would come true if I could shoot just one wedding in Bali. You are right – there is no place on this earth like Bali – i too feel so at ‘home’ there. If you were to do a workshop over there I’m not sure I could resist signing up :)

  14. Can’t wait for you to do a photography workshop here in Bali. Please please do.

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