Sunday is perfect for a perfect wedding

There are times when things go the way a wedding pbotographer wants: weather, timing, people, locations. Few of you (the ones reading these lines) know the feeling of creating memories of a wedding to die for. Eventually, you fall in love with the couple, the wedding and everybody involved.

I always thought that being a wedding photographer and forgetting to get involved, to be a part of what's going on, isn't going to get one anywhere and images end up having no soul. You know when I'm sure a did a great job? When I know the difference between subtle expressions, when I'm sure no one besides me, the couple and some close friends will proper understand the feelings exposed by each image.

This happens because real emotions aren't for everyone to see and discern.

Take a look at the following images and make an effort to see beyond the picture. If you get to know the people in these images, it means that you have a soul.

No two feet are alike!

P.S. Wedding is happening as I write these words. People are dancing. I could write another wedding photography book with images created today. And I would steel feel I forgot a lot of beautiful moments: the first dance was one of the most elegant, relaxed and inspired I've seen in a long time. They were kind, funny, loving, mature and childish all together.

Did I say I love them?