The Style Question
How to describe our style. Well that is kinda hard for us to do so we will repeat what we have been told by others. We have heard words like "fashion forward", "cool", "classic", "romantic" used to describe our style.
We like to tell stories with our images. In Europe we shot fashion and so our approach to your wedding might be similar to that of a fashion magazine editorial. There is always an ebb and flow to a wedding and we try very hard to capture that in the pictures we record. We are always mindful of the fact that whenever that shutter is pressed we are preserving forever that specific moment in time, well usually it is about 1/125th of a second in time!
We derive a great deal of inspiration from some of the most famous fashion houses in the world. Some of our special favorites are Guess, Chanel, Elie Saab, and Christian Louboutin etc. etc. Check our blog occasionally for a 'take' on what is going on with our favorites.
Posing: The Wedding Formals
This is a word which seems to strike fear into brides (and especially) grooms. Will we pose you?
Yup we will.
Will it hurt?
Well mostly no, okay no of course it will not hurt!
We understand, we get it. You're nervous, you're likely tense as you have just completed the ceremony. You're happy the officiant got your grooms name right (sometimes that doesn't go so well!).
That stress is beginning to bleed off and then suddenly your photographer is asking you to bend like a pretzel?
Seriously, we try to pose as little as possible as it can interrupt the flow of those formals. Also we are desperately aware of just how precious your time is in that slot between the ceremony and your grand entrance.
Our posing approach is to start you posed as if for a more formal picture but to allow you to move around within a "window". In fact the best images can come from that time when you do