Detail Shots with the Bride
When we saw Dani in these pictures, she was micromanaging everything because the girl did everything herself. So she was telling this and you will not, because she's a very fun girl but at her wedding, she was so serious. She was organizing it, she was telling off grandma, she was telling off grandpa, mom and everyone, everyone was organized. So she was fully not there. She didn't enjoy her wedding as much as she should, you know? So but still, I managed to grab as much as possible the moments that are very happening. I'm not a photojournalist style of photographer, I look for the beautiful moments but I'm not also set her up. I'm not gonna say Dani, stand there and don't move. Yeah, I will direct her a little bit if she's in the wrong angle or this or that but I let things happen. The dress was there, I didn't put it there and she was trying to fix and did you see a moment, oh she saw something wrong on the dress? That's fine with me. Everything needs to be happening during the day. S...
o I'm there, I'm close, but not too much interruption. Okay, let's go. Okay lower, it has to be lower. The way you were holding, oh yeah, that's nice. That's it, that's it. Can we maybe? That's it. Slide it towards this way. That's it, beautiful. Perfect Dani. Just one more. Okay can you hold it in front of your face? Just like that. That's it, that's it. And your eyes, perfect. Girls, do you mind coming on this side for a minute? No, no they're fine.
Give me an invitation.
Yeah, invitation, that's it. Yeah, that's better. Dani, reflection, tilt it slightly, that's it. That's it, stay there. Okay, perfect. Beautiful. Yeah, that's it, that's it.
Thank you. (speaking in Spanish)
Let's see. Yeah, that's better. Straighten up a little bit there. Very nice. Beautiful. Okay, hold on, hold on. Come over here, I don't want you to get her, that's it. Okay, that's it, that's it, gorgeous. Move closer to the flow. (girls laughing)
Did you just spray it on your chin? That was the best. Don't get the face.
You see, I'm there, but I'm letting her do what she needs to do but do you see, I'm also micromanaging. I needed the background, I needed the perfect background so I had to move her to so I could get a nice plain background, the girls not in the background. Then to the details, I love, I said this before, I love to do details and I do a lot of details. Anything that she's organized for herself, I will take because this will create a page. When we do the album, we will see all those other pictures.
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