Documenting your wedding day with the flow of the day will ensure your day is maximised. In the best manner. My style of working during a wedding is, I suppose, rather unorthodox. Or so I’ve been told. I just let it go. Let the day flow. I have always preferred to see what happens.
It’s well known by this stage that my style is free flowing. I don’t insist on stopping the day for anything whatsoever. My client base understands this. This is what they prefer for their own weddings.
But I feel that some who view the work may seem to think that this is just a random way of working.
And that here’s no structure to the day.
I was even asked this once. “No structure to the day???”
That way of thinking is completely inaccurate. It’s odd that such a conclusion was drawn. Any set of pictures will have a tight feel and will be coherent.
There’s clearly a structure to the day.
This is clear. In and around this loose structure is where I get to work.
Now, my job is at times to aid a choreography to the day too. In a subtle manner because this helps things to run smoothly. I have done this several hundred times. And this is something which, if often unsaid, is still demanded at times. If only from myself.
That experience helps the day run as it should. Post ceremony, a client may ask “what do we do next?” Though this is very rare. I suspect that there is the tendency for set up pictures at this stage. Actually, at times I have felt that tension. Generally, I’ll tell them “keep it moving, keep going”.
The client who books me know what they want. And that is for me to allow the day to breath. For the day to move effortlessly. Stopping the day at any stage just saps the energy. And it’s a short day. Keep it moving. This is what I love to do. Documenting your wedding day in the flow of the day brings strong results.
And for you a day spent as it should be spent.