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How to know if my photographic style matches your needs
You’ve been dreaming about this day for a while, you want it to be perfect or sort of, you know this will be the heritage for your children, grandchildren, you’ve been pinning lots of inspirations on your Pinterest board and somehow you don’t know exactly what’s the difference with each photographic style.
You’ve done some research on google and yet you can’t figure it out what’s the meaning of each one, is it traditional your best option? What about photojournalism? What’s an editorial style? And what about dark and moody? Or fine art? Is fine art and light & airy the same? So many technical questions so here’s the thing:
I’m going to focus on what I do within some examples of my own work rather than explaining each and every version of style.
I’m what it’s called a light & airy wedding photographer, some people compare it to what we know as a fine art wedding photographer but technically is not the same thing and here’s why:
I shoot with 2 digital full-frame cameras, fine art photographers shoot with film, and some others with both but I’m only shooting with digital. There’s no official definition for fine art wedding photography although when you scroll down on Pinterest you might notice similarities between fine art wedding photographers, it seems like each picture is like a painting, you can almost feel the movement on each composition, you identify a fairytale influence, a cloudy effect mixed with refined pure elegance. I do have a fine art influence and I try emulating fine art editing because it’s what I feel coherent with my photographic voice.
So that’s it because I don’t shoot with film I don’t consider myself a fine art photographer for the rest of the characteristics you may think I am one so if you don’t mind technicalities I may be your photographer. My work is romantic, elegant, pastel-ish.
For further inspiration check out my portfolio: https://marinoandrea.com/portfolio-en