This is the second time I took my newlyweds to Pioneer Square for a post-wedding session. Pioneer Square’s landscape can be defined as vintage-grunge. The bricks that make up the streets and the buildings really bring out the vibe of downtown Seattle. And it’s a playground for wedding photographers, especially when couples want Seattle’s vibe watermarked in their wedding album.
Over the years, my style has transformed significantly towards impressionism and timelessness. As a wedding photographer, I want to deliver something that would leave a remarkable impression on my couples. With that in mind, I already knew what I wanted to achieve before arriving at this marvelous building in Pioneer Square. This photo is exactly the vision I had in mind. I wanted to take a bridal portrait that frames the bride in an artistic way and created this beautiful contrast of the bride and the building wall.
In the recent decade, cameras have become so accessible that everybody can be a photographer now. Competition is no longer limited within the industry. We are competing with social media, smartphones, and anybody who owns a DSLR. With that said, post-production of photos now plays a critical role and in differentiating one’s photography style from others.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. And if you were to pick one image to define your wedding day, what would it be? I strive to deliver that defining image that will stand the test of time. I want you to have one image that you hang on your wall because it is not just a photograph, but rather, a piece of art.
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