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Portraits can be considered as photo-journalistic images, because when done well, portraits are strong representation of people’s characters, personalities and moods. Since the beginning of visual arts, portraits were the photographs of history and they still remain the most important elements of every wedding photography coverage. Because of their versatility, portraits can be expressed in […]

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According to Italian traditions, the last wedding dance belongs to the bride and groom. It is a meaningful moment at a wedding reception and a fun one to photograph. The families gather in a circle around the newlyweds and throw confetti and ribbons on the couple. This particular image was taken at an Italian wedding […]

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I recently created this image of a bride laying on a love seat with beautiful light, during a wedding in St. Petersburg, Russia:   This moment was captured using one light fired through a grid to create an amazing feeling of daylight shining through a window. The bride’s relaxed pose for this photograph was inspired by renaissance […]

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A very popular wedding photography technique is to reflect the couple or a moment in various settings. Apart from the most obvious mirror reflections, the photographer may decide to reflect the bride and groom in a puddle of water, in a fountain, in building windows or sunglasses for example. All of these reflections are premeditated […]

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From an Orthodox Jewish wedding we photographed in Montreal, Canada: Seven men are praying towards Jerusalem. According to Jewish Orthodox traditions, if a religious man is physically not present in Jerusalem, he should face the city in his prayers. This wedding took place in Montreal, Canada, which means that the wall is on the east side […]

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