Wedding Photo of a Bride | New York City Wedding PhotographerReviewed by G.E. Masana on Feb 5Rating:
Early on in my wedding photography career, I still included some of the “stock shots” couples expected from traditional studios. But at the weddings I found myself being pulled more and more to get photographs that were unscripted and real moments. I actually recall the exact wedding where I flipped the switch entirely and didn’t do one single stock shot. Upon receiving her wedding proofs, the bride called.
She was delighted. It blew her away and exceeded her expectations.
I never looked back.
I realized then I can create art from real life wedding moments.
After all, I’m seeing the wedding day through a frame to begin with. Every scene is like a little piece of art to me.
This is one reason why I even look to create wedding portraits of the bride and groom derived from their real moments. Like this one as the bride was looking at her gown while getting ready in her hotel room.
**G.E. Masana (portrait artist and Huffington Post contributer) As Seen In HUFFINGTON POST | MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS | THE KNOT | NEW YORK MAGAZINE | BRIDAL GUIDE | BRIDES | STYLE ME PRETTY | ELEGANT BRIDE | GRACE ORMONDE | WELLWED | TOWN&COUNTRY **