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My interest in photography has origins in journalism and art. I wanted to be able to freeze any moment in history while creating something that envelopes the whole event. I remember when I started painting, my mother encouraged me to paint not the ordinary but to always think outside the box, so when I am with the camera, my thoughts are always outside the box. Weddings are filled with moments, one has to be fast to capture these moments as they can not be re created or re-done. A moment missed at a wedding is one that is gone forever. I anticipate these moments when I shoot weddings or infact look out for them. My aim is to be able to tell the story of an event while creating images that might raise some comedic questions as the one above. These lovely women were obviously discussing something very interesting, however the most fascinating thing is the half smile/grin on the other lady's face. That can never be re-created.

 

This shot was taken during a wedding I shot alongside my very good friend SIMMY in M.D USA.

 

 

 

iCapture Moments.

 

contact teamsoulstar@gmail.com for more information.

letstalk

My interest in photography has origins in journalism and art. I wanted to be able to freeze any moment in history while creating something that envelopes the whole event. I remember when I started painting, my mother encouraged me to paint not the ordinary but to always think outside the box, so when I am with the camera, my thoughts are always outside the box. Weddings are filled with moments, one has to be fast to capture these moments as they can not be re created or re-done. A moment missed at a wedding is one that is gone forever. I anticipate these moments when I shoot weddings or infact look out for them. My aim is to be able to tell the story of an event while creating images that might raise some comedic questions as the one above. These lovely women were obviously discussing something very interesting, however the most fascinating thing is the half smile/grin on the other lady's face. That can never be re-created.

 

This shot was taken during a wedding I shot alongside my very good friend SIMMY in M.D USA.

 

 

 

iCapture Moments.

 

contact teamsoulstar@gmail.com for more information.

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camera Canon EOS 7D
exposure mode full manual
shutterspeed 1/250s
aperture f/1.8
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