Father of the bride, seated in a chair, and bride standing showing him the dress, by the wedding photographer in Cascais/Estoril.

The harmony of the pieces, in a wedding, for the joy of the photographer

HARMONIZING by THE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER 

Father of the bride, seated in a chair, and bride standing showing him the dress, by the wedding photographer in Cascais/Estoril.

After letting the groom be ready for the ceremony, in a while, my passage with the bride start, and, also there, the wedding photographer finds some moments that fill the viewfinder of his camera without having to work hard for it.

I am thrilled by the way I see people interacting with each other, look inside the viewfinder, and find a harmony that, with eyes open wide and looking around seems a bit chaotic. That is the great joy when photographing. The wedding photographers divide everything into pieces, with the power that the viewfinder of the camera offers to them, and everything in that piece is a world of harmony, and balance, that, in the end, is a photo.

To me, it is exactly that. Divide to balance. I never get tired of founding photos between everything it seems chaos, a big confusion. I just need to look in pieces, divided by parts, lose the notion of the all-around, and get used, at least while holding a camera, to observe as if the images we want coming through that rectangle of the viewfinder. It is only a question of training that the wedding photographers get involved during the process. At least to me, it works.

Bride, in a mirror, tightening the dress, by mother and sister and father in the back.
Mother and sister of the bride adjusting the dress with her, smiling.
Bride, mother and father in a mirror, with a sculpture lamp on the right.
The bride helped by the mother in the dress, with her father, seated, in the background.
Mother, sister and bride with a mirror, with them, in the wall.

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