Wedding Photography – San Diego Wedding Photography
CELEBRATING MORE THAN A DECADE OF EXCELLENCE IN SAN DIEGO WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
“Emilio Azevedo is truly a unique photographer and his images are reflections of what one of his clients calls “bar none, some of the best photography in San Diego.”
No matter what your personal style or the theme of your wedding, Emilio transforms the moments of your special day into timeless works of art. Emilio works seamlessly in collaboration with you the client, as well as your wedding planner as necessary to be sure your images are perfect. His experience and ability on your important day will be priceless to you.
Emilio is always delighted to show his work and get to know his potential clients. Why not take some time to discuss your wedding plans and call Emilio today. Call or contact us on the contact form on this website. Consults are always free. We are looking forward to meeting you.
Please call: 858.754.9892 to schedule a free consultation
Where the wedding day story is told serving as a wonderful heirloom to pass down from one generation to the next. Most don’t think that far ahead, but by purchasing a wedding album, they are contributing to their family history.
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Photography for weddings
A photographer can be one of the most important components of your wedding day. When friends or relatives volunteer to take your wedding pictures, think long and hard about it. A professional will thoroughly understand lighting techniques and will be experienced in capturing the joyous occasion. Interview photographers early, at least 6 – 12 months in advance.
Determine your budget clearly at this meeting. Be sure you understand exactly the quantity and size of prints you will be buying, when proofs will be available and if you get to keep them, the type of proofs provided, when the finished work will be ready, and how long the negatives will be kept in the photographer’s filing system (if they’re not given to you).
Remember, price is not the most important item – look for quality and creativity. Also make sure that they will respect the sacredness of the ceremony and not turn it into a (i.e. some photographers disregard this and take flash pictures during the ceremony or walk up and down the aisle just so they can get the best pictures).
Finally, be sure you feel comfortable with the photographer.
The real task of the wedding photographer involves responsibility for portraying emotion through pictures and simultaneously telling a story about the wedding day. This doesn’t mean relying on clichés or forcing people into unnatural positions or awkward poses. Rather, it’s about taking what is natural to people and refining that with a few simple rules of color, composition and balance.
Some people feel that wedding photography is simple, a rote exercice in photographing couples kissing, the wedding dance and the other setup images. Nothing could be further from the truth. In the course of the events, the wedding photographer will be involved with formal portraiture, design, fashion, glamour, group portraiture, photojournalism and even architectual photography.