As a wedding photographer, it is my responsibility to remain focused at all times (pun intended), constantly searching for those fleeting moments of “peak expression”. Capturing the perfect shot requires split-second timing, with the subject’s expression being photographed neither too early nor too late, but at just the right moment.
My mind at a wedding is always working at full speed, actively searching for the next great shot. With a keen eye and a focus on detail, I believe that one can find these moments of peak expression if they pay close attention and are ready.
Allow me to share with you a few examples of these fleeting moments that I have captured at weddings throughout New Jersey. These are just a few examples of the shots that can be achieved through my combination of attentiveness, skill, and experience as a wedding photographer.
I can’t tell you how much I love his look!
Photographers can’t snooze. If you snooze you miss moments like this.
This is a Priceless look. Groom was reacting to a joke by the Best Man during toasts.
During the ceremony Kim the Bride gave Rob the Groom “The Look”. I was there and ready.
A groomsman cracks up during the ceremony. A Photographer should not have tunnel vision and focus only on 1 or 2 people if they do they will miss whats going on around them.
Toasts in particular are a good moment to catch great expressions and moments.
This is a happy guy! His face says it all.
Even though the photo freezes the moment forever, this moment lasted a brief second.
Again it’s all about the eyes … sometimes!
Sometimes its not a laugh or a funny face, sometimes its a quiet moment. Still its all about the expression.
Cake cutting you never know what to expect, if the couple will be wild or gentle. The Photographer must be ready.
If you would like to find out if I am available for your wedding so I can capture moments like these at your big day, drop me an email or give me a call.
Please check with me if you haven’t already to see if your date is available or to ask a question.