When I started out 6 years ago, there was an uncomfortable pressure to be a documentary wedding photographer. Posing (and even being visible) was considered a negative thing. I used to
When I started out 6 years ago, there was an uncomfortable pressure to be a documentary wedding photographer.
Posing (and even being visible) was considered a negative thing. I used to look at the photographers I liked for inspiration, I looked at their work and would think: ‘why doesn’t mine look like that?’
Throughout this time I’ve seen some amazing documentary wedding photographers, and I’m not one of them. And so I looked harder to find out why my work didn’t hit home.
What did I have to do to change and get the shots I wanted?
Intervene!* *but only slightly.
I will show you images throughout my talk explaining how I increase both the quality and quantity of photos at many stages throughout the wedding.
Prep, ceremony, speeches, more.
I’m not a documentary wedding photographer, and that’s quite ok with me, because in 6 years, after almost quitting twice, I’m now shooting weddings with more enjoyment, more confidence, more ease than ever before.
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Rangefinder Annual Wedding Contest 2017 Winner Junebug Top 50 Wedding Photographs in the World 2016 Rf 30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography 2016 Junebug Top 50 Wedding Photographs in the World 2014 ISPWP – 7 x International Wedding Photography Awards BODAF International New Talent Finalist 2017
- Day 1
- October 2, 2018
10.00 The Art of Slight Intervention10.00 - 14.00Keats RoomSpeakers: Paulos Santos