Every couple has their specificities: this is why your wedding will be unique for me.
More than just taking photos of this special day, my intention is to highlight your love and complicity, so that in ten, twenty or even thirty years, you’ll look at your wedding pictures and still vividly feel the emotions of these precious moments.
The wedding day is one of the most important events in a couple’s life. It is a special day, and my mission as Photographer is to transpose your beautiful story through candid shots that will rightfully represent this particular day.
This is after all the role of photography: immortalize the unique instants that will never leave you all along your life and will remind you of emotional memories when you show the pictures to your loved ones.
I am well aware that, in addition to be a day of happiness, the wedding day is also a source of stress for the engaged couple: this is why we will plan everything together beforehand, so that you are free from any worry on the very day.
Hence the necessity for us to meet or, if you live too far away from Lyon, exchange on Skype (or an equivalent): my role during your wedding day will be to create memories that resemble you. To do so, we need to get to know each other, talk about how your day will go, and I need you to share your thoughts about what you want or expect specifically.
I will offer to make an engagement photo session before your wedding. This will have to represent you in all the simplicity that unites your couple. It will also enable us to meet one another before the very day, which I attach great importance to.
During your wedding day, I will mingle with the guest crowd with discretion in order to capture every moment’s spontaneity, laughs and tears, all of this without you noticing it, so that you’ll have spontaneous and natural shots in your possession.
During the engagement photo session, I’ll truthfully put on every moment of complicity that unites you, and I’ll know how to make you comfortable in front of the camera.
At last, even if they sometimes are difficult to work with, I’ll know how to adjust to the lighting conditions.