Among the trees of the Peninha forest in Sintra, the bride and groom, in a pre-wedding session, look at each other very closely, smiling, by the wedding photographer in Sintra.

The photographer artisan, part one

 WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER TECHNOLOGY…OR THE TOYS

Among the trees of the Peninha forest in Sintra, the bride and groom, in a pre-wedding session, look at each other very closely, smiling, by the wedding photographer in Sintra.

 The times we live in are astounding with what technology offers to us. As a wedding photographer, I am, of course, one of those dazzled by the contemporary days. Because the new things of the, very young, digital technology, with algorithms from the apps that are dictating the laws and rules, give me photographic possibilities inconceivable some years ago. Also because, with childhood only in my memory, I like toys. I am a boy and I like toys.

   However, I am not one of those people who accept with some enchantment every new technological thing, and, immediately, I ask myself if this will help me to do better what  I do. And, doing it is what moves me. Sincerely I do not have that wow with all the new events in technology. 

   But that was just to approach my today´s subject. Since the beginning of the industrial days, most of us have been sent to live to do things completely dependent on the technology belonging to our kraft. Not many things can be done without that and, unfortunately, the freedom to create something that could be called our own.

That is why I consider myself privileged. I can use technology as a tool and, like the old artisans that produced the beautiful crafts fulfill our yes and our soul and make our existence lighter. It is, I assure with humbleness because I know I belong to a group of few, that I always do my best when someone trusts me on his wedding day to photograph. Do not doubt even a bit.

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