Reflections around the groom's face in a portrait, made through the glass of a door, by the wedding photographer in Portugal.

The portrait, by the photographer, of the groom just before departure for the wedding

FINDING by THE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER 

Reflections around the groom's face in a portrait, made through the glass of a door, by the wedding photographer in Portugal.

Probably, the last movement of the first part of a play of four is to photograph the groom, ready. After the process of dressing gets ready, usually with the help of the close family, the groom is ready to find his promised one, some moments ahead, near the ceremonial altar, chosen by both.

I must say that is a part that I like very much. The time is running and, as usual, pushes me because I have some more road to a bride, preparing herself to be and waiting for me. I watch around finding the elements that allowed me to dress my photos with a groom inside. It is now because I am not following the run of the events, that I depend just on myself making several decisions at the same time.

Find the right set, verify how to deliver the main character, be imaginative in the composition, and, from the corner of the eye, find the next spot because the time is running without time, because those far away uncles need to be in one photo and I still need to find a place to that essential headshot, for the album. But…it is done, the time stretched and I am already on the way to the bride. This is the very calm life of the wedding photographer.

After the groom ready for the wedding a portrait in a mirror.
The groom, standing, seen through a glass door.

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