If you are here, probably you are thinking to get married soon, or you are one of our couple. Usually, in fact, our Blog articles are about how to organize the wedding or the story of a real wedding.
It’s uncommon that we stop to think about what comes next: what will be with your lives after that fateful "yes"? How do you imagine yourself? Happy and passionate like the first day?
Marriage is the beginning of something that should be eternal. Eternal, a concept so great that it goes beyond rationality.
Some men are romantic and cannot hold their nature back.
Some women like surprises (as well as being constantly surprised) by the men they love.
Put together two people like that and you surely have an happy couple!
The proposal to Shadi by Bavand
I've always been a lover of natural light in photography. Of course, with an excellent equipment of lights and modifiers (umbrellas, beauty dishes, softboxes, grids or other) it is possible to obtain the perfect light in any environment, but it ends up losing the naturalness and the spontaneity of certain situations. And all this, especially in wedding photo shoots, is of enormous importance.
Personally I like to be as discreet as possible avoiding to influence events: I don't like my clients being surrounded by assistants with bulky lights or other objects, also because it is possible to obtain excellent results even without resorting to them.
Furthermore, in wedding photography is essential to have maximum freedom of movement and seize the moment: continuously placing lights is certainly not compatible with this philosophy!
Today's technology allows us photographers to take photographs and choose later the look they will have, because of a dedicated editing process.
Usually, in order to satisfy all tastes and give different nuances to the story, some Wedding photos are edited in black and white and most of them in color. But what would You think if You were offered a Wedding photo shoot entirely in black and white?
Photojournalism is a photography style that was born having nothing to do with Weddings, but its basic features can be effectively used in other settings.
First of all, let's figure out what photojournalism is..