I often tell my couples that even with the perfect gown, hair and makeup, and even with great genetics, it’s not how you look to the human eye that guarantees you looking amazing in your photos, but how you look to the camera. That’s the key. Because how you look when photographed has to do with how the camera sees you. And every makeup artist working in TV and movies knows this is true. The good news is, this means you can control how you look in the camera.
If you’re a bride-to-be, I invite you to listen in to the podcast. Email me with your name and wedding date and I’ll send you the link.
About the experts
Pennylane Productions is an internationally acclaimed event film studio located in New York created by Adam Forgione. His studio currently holds more international awards than any other studio in New York and has won twice for “One of the Top Event Filmmakers in the World“; by EventDV Magazine, the highest honor an event filmmaker can receive. Under Adam’s creative direction, Pennylane broke previous world records by winning 9 international awards in only one year.
G.E. Masana is an international award-winning, nationally published wedding photographer based in New York City specializing in modern classic wedding photography. Clients have included Vanessa Penna (Beauty Editor, ELLE), Gaines Peyton (Sears-Peyton Gallery NYC), Kelly Keskes (Model, Bridal Guide Magazine), among many others. His photography has illustrated the pages of ELEGANT BRIDE, BRIDAL GUIDE, BRIDE’S and as a Contributing Photographer for MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS as well as featured in top international professional photography journals.