The Russian photographer Murad Osmann and his wife â€” who back in 2013 becameÂ Instagram sensation thanks to a series #followmeto, showing the couple travellingÂ around the world and unveiling incredible views ofÂ Barcelona, the Taj Mahal, and luxury hotels â€” have embarked on their honeymoon, which, no surprise, looked gorgeous.
When theÂ twoÂ tied the knotÂ thisÂ June, the pictures they posted on Instagram of the wedding attracted millions of likes. NataliaÂ evenÂ posedÂ in her signature style with her new husband in Moscow.
â€śI promise to hold your hand and tell you I love you every day for the rest of our lives,â€ť Osmann wroteÂ on his Instagram.
They started their honeymoon vacation first by stopping atÂ Las Vegas and visited the Bellagio’s iconic fountains and after that the duo hit the sandy beaches of the Maldives.
It looks like the Osmanns have spent time in their usual amazing way withÂ Natalia also announced on her Instagram that the pair would be launching their own YouTube channel soon.
Murad graduated as a civil engineer from Imperial College London, but later he appeared to be totally captivated by photography and he decided to follow his dream. Later OsmannÂ started his own production company.
The photographer revealed thatÂ the idea of the popular ‘Follow me’ series came up accidentally.
“During our first trip,Â Murad was keen on taking photos and nothing else grasped his attention. At one time I wanted to show him the old town part , grabbed his arm and dragged him forward and as you can understand it didn’t stop him from taking a picture even then. So that is how the first photo was born. After that our life had changed.”
The first image posted by Zakharova from Barcelona became an instant hit and has received more than 17.7k likes on Instagram till date.
“It might seem that I have a lot free time, but actually we travel mostly for three to four days abroad due to me being always busy at work,” he said. He also answered the question of his Instagram followers regarding extraordinary and stylish outfits of his girlfriend. “Her outfits are definitely not Photoshopped,” heÂ assured.
“A lot of people are saying that I over use HDR effect on my images, but to be honest these are not really HDR images. I am just boosting micro contrast in Photoshop and I am doing all that from just one photo.”