According to the self-presentation on the website, it’s about “Showcasing the very best in documentary wedding photography: Nothing staged, no poses, just pure, natural images taken by some of the world’s very best photographers.”
In addition to competitions organized periodically, awarding individual photographs and photographic series of the same marriage (we will go there, in a future post), it presents a blog in which it gives voice to the photographers for sharing and discussing around the images that have been awarded. And this is an extraordinary initiative, we believe! There is finally a place that takes the wedding photography and discusses it deeply: not on presets or gadgets; hard and pure photography.
We called it “Trinity” and it goes like this:
But as things wouldn’t happen as fast as Daniel expected he moved to the front door in search of something (“if nothing is going on where I am, that means I’m in the wrong place…”, he figured). Eventually curiosity is a main weapon when having this job and so, approaching the front door, he found the two flower girls, looking to the arriving bride, and the bride herself, impatient and joyful! Daniel got out of the door and look back to the altar and the rest is history… There was the picture that had to be taken! That is just like Cartier Bresson said, “of course it’s all luck!”
You can read the full version here.
Finally, we must say that it is a privilege to belong to This is Reportage family and see our images among so extraordinary ones. And it’s a pleasure!!