A note on style
Did you just get engaged?
Fall has finally “fallen” as I set my clocks to “fall back” an hour right after Halloween. People are starting to think about winter skiing, driving in the snow (for those of us who live where the snow falls anyway) and holidays. If you are here, reading my bloggity-blog then you know – hopefully – a bit about my style.
Finding a mesh between you and your photographer can be a daunting task, but a very important one. I recently came across a fantastic video that was created by Canon (the brand of camera equipment that I use) that shows how much style – and the perception of the photographer can influence how the images look in the end. Take a look here.
Wedding photography is not just pushing the shutter release to capture images of your day – it is an exercise in telling a story. How the photographer perceives the story is just as, if not more, important as how much they charge per hour, what kind of albums they have and the stories they (we) tell you about our past wedding experience(s). My job, as the one capturing pictures of your wedding, is to put in the energy to get to know the people I’m photographing AND synthesize all of who you are into a presentation of images that tell the most important story about your wedding day – yours.
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