Few occasions are as important in a person’s life as a wedding. It’s an event that means so many different at once to so many different people. At its core, it is the union of two people who vow to spend the rest of their lives of each other. It’s taking the plunge and making a commitment, bringing together two separate families and joining them together like never before. It’s a day filled with laughter, tears, and most of all, love. With so much going on during this exciting party, there’s a lot to look out for in terms of photography.
Focusing on what’s truly important
Capturing the moment
It’s all about the emotion
The excitement of cutting the cake, the laughs and thrills of wedding games, the solemn silence of the wedding ceremony, or the tears of reminiscing parents. If there’s one thing weddings always are, regardless of the background and the form the event takes, it’s emotional. It’s a moment for the whole family that brings great happiness, but also change, and people always react strongly to such events. There’s a certain beauty to all of these emotions, and making sure it’s remembered is one of the most important aspects of a wedding photographer’s job. It requires a degree of sensitivity and alertness, as you have to be anticipating those moments and be ready to capture them. It’s also hard to deny the fact that we also often get swept away by the emotions ourselves. Experiencing it all fits-hand while also documenting it at the same time is definitely one of the biggest draws of this job.
Weddings are unique stories that are just waiting to be told. Make sure yours is told well with a professional photographer.
Renata did a fantastic job taking photos of our special day. She was extremely nice and we felt very comfortable around her. The pictures turned out amazing. Thanks a lot!Gretchen Myers
Our engagement photographs turned out fantastic, all thanks to Renata. She has an amazing eye for detail and captured all the magic in the moment. She was so pleasant to be around that it felt like we were being photographed by an old friend.Melissa Fitzpatrick