Finding a different setting for different photos is never easy. Many times, photographers study locations to recreate and convey a different image without having to move to other cities or build new scenarios.
At Christmas, good decoration and lighting is a tradition. In the USA, South America or the Philippines, it is customary to light the facades of houses and gardens with thousands of lamps, creating true works of art of light and at the same time fantastic decorations.
This tradition is cultivated little by little in different cities of Spain, among which Zubia. Casa de José Marcos y Celeste, located in La Plana, is the brightest house in the city. The 50,000 light bulbs that decorate the house and garden have become the target of spotlights and strobes. And not only residents and visitors, who are many who come every day, but also photography professionals looking for a different environment to convey the Christmas spirit on these dates.
The impressive Christmas decoration of this house has already been the scene of two photographic reports: one on Pole Dance and the other on Acrobatic Gymnastics. The academy that did this photo shoot is Footworks Jávea. A dance studio where they teach different disciplines such as commercial hip hop, tap, contemporary or lyrical dance. This center differs from the others by performing acrobatic dances in collaboration with the Indumov Academy (specialized in gymnastics and acrobatics for both urban athletes and gymnasts and dancers).