Libra Photographic | Dorset wedding photographer
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and for a Dorset wedding photographer, it is more than true.
As your big day approaches, everything seems to become more and more filled with emotions. Once the buildup reaches its peak you are probably dressed in white waiting for the day to begin and hoping for the best. You made sure that you dot your I’s and cross your t’s. You have been preparing and now there is nothing more you could do, except to rely on your photographer’s experience!
Imagine an emotional moment filled with tears of joy between a bride and her father. Imagine that moment captured to perfection as the bride releases her father’s hand symbolizing the end of being just a daughter and the beginning if being a wife as well. The person immortalizing that moment that will be cherished forever is the photographer.
The importance of a documentary wedding photographer will be appreciated when time passes and you wake up and get out of bed and see that perfect moment captured and framed in your home. Walking through your home and passing by the photos of your loved ones at your wedding will take you back to that day. When you look at a photo it has the tendency to take you back to that exact moment and make you smile because you got to relieve it.
I consider myself a thief and I am proud of that. I steal moments from weddings and immortalize them for you, forever. My service as a photographer might be my job, but my passion for the work I do is my gift to you.
I am proud to represent Dorset Wedding Photography and I believe in more than just making you look perfect on camera, I want to capture the moment and offer it as a gift that will exist forever. The importance of a documentary wedding photographer goes beyond what most people expect. Being a photographer isn’t just “pointing and clicking”. Nowadays in the era of technology when smartphones are the extension of everyone’s hand and taking a selfie (or 100) is second nature to us all we might think of ourselves as photographers, but we aren’t. How many selfies get framed and live on forever?