Anyone familiar with our website knows that there isn’t enough space on our "film" page for a description about Wedding Trailers. So, from now on, I will publish here on our Blog some articles about works that need few words.
Since I like to keep sober the Gallery section of the website and, at the same time, not missing the opportunity to show my other works, I decided to publish some wedding photo shoots here on our blog. However, I am fascinated by the idea of giving You a narrative of a different type than the Gallery: not a complete story of about 100 photos, but a sort of wedding highlights: the day of the wedding told by only 20 photos, not one more, not one less. Is it a good idea? Who knows, in the meantime I'm enjoying that, which is the best thing about my job!
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..