Baby's chair carried by two hands, when entering the church for the parents' wedding, by the wedding photographer in Lisbon.

Hands, once more

HANDS, PHOTOGRAPHY, and THE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Baby's chair carried by two hands, when entering the church for the parents' wedding, by the wedding photographer in Lisbon.

Hands that hold, protect, and care. During the wedding day, I notice, always, a great share of functions by those that are part of the day. I like to photograph those weddings where after some time living together, and sometimes with kids that need to be cared for, the couple decides that this is the day. Being parents, bride, and groom, they need some help to let them free for the main job of the day.

That was why this photo was possible. Ceremony entrance, the baby girl in perfect quietness floats attached to hands that, firms, take her to her place in the ceremony, and, for sure, she will be a stranger to everything around her. Being a child, almost a baby, in a place that wants to be unforgettable could be a difficult task for her.

That is why the wedding photographer was there. He will guarantee that one day,  this baby girl at the parent’s wedding come to know that she was there, too. It is not for vanity and not even because he thinks it is, unconditionally, necessary that the wedding photographer will impose himself on his job. But imagine this baby girl, when she is no baby anymore, and told her that she was there.

By the wedding photographer, she will know that she was and she was rocking safely with firm hands that took care of her.

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