ONCE UPON A TIME…
There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be love.
– George Sand
Capture the Splendor and Uniqueness of Your Wedding.
I do this by consulting with clients beforehand to understand their expectations. And, then I met these expectations both by taking candid shots, in which I let the subjects just be, and by directing the bride and groom as well as their entourage in ways that let the uniqueness of the couple and their family and friends shine through.
Each and every wedding is unique, reflecting the special bond between the couple. This uniqueness of the bride and groom inevitably spills over to the behavior and expressions of the guests. It is my responsibility and privilege to preserve uniqueness of the subjects in the form of pictures that you may cherish forever.
1. Make your wedding day look pop in photos. Make sure you, or your favorite makeup artist goes a little heavy on the makeup to make sure you pop for your photos.
2. If you are wanting to get some great outdoor shots for your ceremony and/or reception the magic hour(s) for the best lighting is between 1 to 2 hours before the sunsets.
3. If you are looking for the perfect indoor shot look for a room facing north for a soft/flattering light.