Photojournalism - Candid Shots

June 01, 2012

Candid Photograph True emotions show best when the person being photographed is not thinking about the camera!

Photojournalism is a popular style among brides today. It is more challenging than traditional photography. The ability to create a candid portrait that is so perfect it seems posed is a tough skill to acquire. A photo that is interesting and carefully composed will stand the test of time. I push myself on every shoot, while framing every picture to accept nothing but the best and to create fresh work like nothing I have ever done before.
 

It’s all about capturing that moment that is fleeting and barely present. Personal interactions captured in time on your wedding day like a touch, a burst of laughter or a tear drop can only last a quick second. I look for signs and try to be prepared to capture these moments. Subtle clues tell me where to be, when to be there and what gear to use in order to get the best result. It takes painstaking concentration and patience. But in the end, my photographs are pieces of art that will last a lifetime for my clients.

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