Look for a decisive moment.
For us, the “holy grail” is something called a decisive moment. It’s a term coined by the father of photojournalism, the great Henri Cartier-Bresson. It’s a moment, caught in time. A candid, unposed image that captures something fleeting.
You can imagine how this skill comes into play in a wedding, which is a long series of once-in-a-lifetime moments. The thrill is to capture them in photographs that will serve as pieces of art for years to come.
5 TIPS FOR HIRING A
What style of photography do you love? If you prefer candid (unposed) images that capture unscripted moments and emotions, then you are probably looking for a wedding photojournalist. However considering that 85% of brides have never hired a photographer before, this search can be challenging. Here are five tips for hiring a wedding photojournalist: