before we go any further i want you to stop and ask yourself: what do you want from your wedding photographer?
When I sat down to choose my own wedding photographer five years ago, I had no idea what I wanted. I didn't know how much I wanted to spend, I didn't know how many hours I would need them for, I didn't know what kind of product I wanted at the end of it.
So when I sat down again to decide what kind of wedding photographer I wanted to be, I thought back to my own. I knew I wanted to be personable. Professional but not uptight, easy going and quick to laugh. I wanted to capture the candid moments, the fleeting smiles and laughs preserved forever. I knew I didn't want to do stuffy posing and rigid stances. And at the end of it, I wanted the couple to have as many photos as possible, no upselling or holding images hostage.
I describe my style as "editorial". I tell the story of your big day. It usually starts with you getting ready and ends on the dance floor. In between mostly varies wedding by wedding but I'll follow you around and capture candids of all the big moments, all the emotions, the tears and the laughter. The big kiss, the first dance, the we-said-we-wouldn't-but-you-just-did cake in face smooshing. The only posing I tend to do is during your family portraits, and that's only so we can make sure to fit as many in as possible.
My goal on your day is to be a ninja, you shouldn't notice I'm there but if you call, I'll appear as if out of thin air.
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