I am often asked if I "script" or "stage" moments on the wedding day. The question comes in different ways. Sometimes clients ask what my style is, some ask my approach to documenting the day, and some ask how I "make the pictures look the way they do."
I never stage moments, because if I create a moment for you then it's not real. It's my fervent desire that you look back on your wedding images and remember the real moments, not scenarios that were created for you by your photographer.
This particular moment at this sweet, sweet Green Building wedding is a great example of that. There is no way that I could have staged a moment like this one! When this bride and groom look back on this image they'll remember the actual event that took place, and that's a wonderfully powerful thing.
If you would love to hear more about how I capture moments without manipulation, and what that style look like as a result, check out the rest of my website and give me a call or drop me an email! I'd love to answer any questions that you might have, and chat further about style and approach!
Location: 452 Union Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11231..Keywords: Brooklyn (435), The Green Building (9). 1/160; f/2.8; ISO 4500; 35.0 mm.