My wedding photography style can be described, depending on what part of the world you live, as documentary, photojournalistic, or reportage.
I spend the entire day with you, focusing on the excitement, happy tears of your loved ones, an emotional glance between you and your parents. I photograph the real laughters instead of the fake smiles.
I try to put the viewer of the photographs (that will be YOU, the day after your wedding, and for the rest of your life) right in the scene, right at that time. To make the viewer feel as if s/he is in that moment and in that place again.
I focus on photographing your happiness on your wedding day in all it’s purity. I do not mandate a pose, a look, a smile. You don’t even realize that some of the photographs are being taken, you forget about the presence of a photographer.
This way, when you look at your wedding photographs, you will see your real feelings, real gestures, real happiness, and real YOU.
Of course I also take posed photographs of you and your spouse. That is the easy bit. Poses are not my (and my couples’) first priority. Because after all, you don’t want to remember the poses. You want to remember how you felt that day.