The Secret to creating
Natural and Documentary Photography at Weddings
(At the bottom of this page you will find my secret that always accompanies me during Weddings)
Well, I see myself as a photographer focused on capturing weddings, rather than simply labeling myself as a wedding photographer.
I believe that creating pictures requires more than a visual observation; an image must fully embody the moment and the photographer must have a real-time response to what's happening around.
Nowadays, everyone can take perfect photographs, digital cameras and smartphones can produce high-quality images.
But a meaningful image creates something new out of what life presents you with; therein lies the difference between taking and making photographs.
Observe, compose, capture, stand out
Memories hold a special place in our lives, and through them, I've had the privilege of experiencing the enchantment that photography brings.
My creative inspiration draws heavily from cinema, books, paintings, conceptual...
Constantly influenced by these elements, I aim to discover something unique around every corner.
The Powerful Essence of Photography
Photography has the remarkable power to transport us back to specific moments and revive our senses.
It preserves intricate details, narrates stories, and triggers a deep, sensory recollection.
Because of this, I've always looked at photography with a sense of reverence.
I've learned that the art of photography starts well before you turn on the camera.
It's equally about keen observation and awareness.
The best compliment I have received!
During a shoot, I exclusively relied on my camera, and by the end, the bride had no idea
I had been capturing moments.
To me, it's one of the greatest compliments a photographer can receive.
There's a certain liberating feeling in making the camera almost invisible.
Crafting Authentic Moments
When you master the art of blending in and adjusting your perspective, a unique advantage emerges.
It offers a fresh outlook on capturing photographs, where authenticity prevails in everyone and everything around you.
It's at that moment you realize it's the perfect time to take a picture.
The moment you lose yourself in what you're doing and focus your attention and thoughts on your subject rather than yourself, you are able to make meaningful pictures.
And this is true no matter what type of project you're working on.