A 15-PART DOCUMENTARY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES.
by Louise Jacob Photography.
Hello I'm Lou and I am the founder/photographer at Louise Jacob Photography and I've been capturing authenticity at weddings for the past 4 years. I am excited by documenting weddings without any direction from myself as your photographer. I am passionate about delivering images that are un orchestrated and real. My style is unposed candid documentary, you may also know my style as wedding photojournalism or reportage. My belief, is that without this realness portrayed in your images, do your photographs have meaning? And if you don't have any meaning in your pictures then what are you left with?
A 15 PART DOCUMENTARY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY BLOG
Every Wednesday, I'll be talking about my unposed documentary style and how I capture the wedding day for my couples... I'll be sharing my favourite images, my techniques, what gear I use, Q&A's, what it's like being a Fearless award-winning Wedding Photographer and what this means for my couples, why I love being a wedding photographer, why I love black and white images and why colour is hugely important too, my editing style, my spin on shooting wedding photojournalism and why realism makes my heart dance!
"Realism in the arts is the attempt to represent subject matter truthfully, without artificiality"
COMING UP IN THE SERIES:-
- Choosing a hands off wedding photographer - is this style for you?
- The Meaning of Meaningful.
- What's in my camera bag.
- How I approach your wedding day - The experience of having an unposed wedding
- The Decisive Moment.
- Colour or black and white? Does it matter?
- My favourite images and why I love them.
- Being a Fearless Award Winning Photographer and what this means for my couples.
- The Edit - My signature style.
- Seeing the beauty in the ordinary.
- What my couples say about me.
- Additional Photographers
- Future Proofing your images
- A passion so fierce.
I'm really looking forward to sharing this documentary blog series with you. Join me next Wednesday for Part 1 "Choosing a hands off Wedding Photographer - is this style for you?"
And in the meantime - have a great week!
(of a photograph of a person) taken informally, especially without the subject's knowledge. "It is better to let the photographer mingle among the guests and take candid shots"
A great description of Candid on Google. And how I shoot weddings to a T.
If you have any questions about Documentary Wedding Photography or if you are looking to book a candid unposed photographer to capture your day.