Many times I hear from future couples: “We would like a spontaneous photo shoot in reportage style, without posing, because we are shy and not very fashionable.”
Couples recognize spontaneity in my images, but these may be confused with pure photojournalism.
My photography comes from the narration of a moment of joy. The couple is inserted in a particular scenic context (historic centers, farms, natural places, reception rooms, sunsets, etc.) and the empathy that is created between the partners and the photographer allows obtaining spontaneous images.
We no longer use the historic phrase “Stop, don’t move!” On the contrary, the couple must move and have fun to show the spontaneity of that moment.
This sequence of images, parallel to the artistic-spontaneous photo, depicts unique and unrepeatable moments, such as hugs with guests, preparations, getting dressed, the exchange of rings, leaving the church, dances etc.
We love to combine the two styles, to create a service full of images and details that revives the emotions of that special day.