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  • Helena Jankovičová kováčová Bratislava, Slovakia
    • First and foremost – whom can you name as the best wedding photographer in Bratislava? :)

      do you mean except me? :)))))

    • What things that common people don't usually see can a wedding photographer notice?

      nor is it a question of whether a photographer captures things that you usually do not notice, but rather how they capture things

    • What is special in wedding photography?

      unrepeatability, variety of human stories, strong emotions

    • Tomorrow I will go and do...

      coffee, coffee I start every morning and end each evening with a glass of dry white wine

    • Do you take nothing but wedding photos?

      no, I like to take pictures of old manual lens of nature

    • What do you like most about your profession?

      adrenaline, the positive energy of the wedding day

    • Are you fond of travelling?

      Yes, love traveling and I love returning home

    • Who would you like to shoot with?

      with my husband and with him also I shoot ;)

    • What do you want to say with your photographs?

      when I see love through my photos, I'm happy

    • Whose work has influenced you most as a wedding photographer?

      one of our Slovak photographer, Matej Kmeť

    • How did you get into wedding photography?

      through friends, they liked my work

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  • David Hofman Brasília, Brazil
    • First and foremost – whom can you name as the best wedding photographer in Brasília? :)

      Anderson Marques, for me a great reference as an artist, photographer and as a person.

    • Can you give a few tips for wedding photographers who are just starting out?

      First you must love and be sure that you are willing to do the best you can for other people. Study hard, read the manual, get into groups of photography, live and talk all the time about photography and also shoot without camera, training the look in any situation to be on time in the right place and be decisive!

    • How did you get into wedding photography?

      It was very natural, everything was happening slowly. Today I am passionate about photographing couples, participating in the stories and the great moments with the relatives.

    • Who would you like to shoot with?

      Anderson Marques, Gustavo Guimarães, Agustin Regidor, Miguel Bolaños, Jorge Mercado, Daniel Ribeiro, Pedro Cabrera, Vanessa Joy, Victor Lax, Vinny , Daniel Ribeiro, Gustavo Liceaga, Barbara Torres, Christian Macias, John Palacios, José Maria, Labella, Suzana Barbera, David Backstead, Helena Jancovikova, Ken Pak, Daniel Henrique, Paulo Keijocks, Gustavo Morali, Krzystof, Maciek Janusensky, Vinci Wang, Xiang Qi, Jerry Ghionnys e muito muito outros...

    • How do you handle criticism?

      I always try to learn as much as possible and try to look as if I'm on the other side. In photography, criticism should be part of the life of the professional as a daily exercise. We should always be bothered with something and always on the move looking for ever better things.

    • What do you like most about your profession?

      Travel, meet new stories, participate in incredible moments that only the profession allows me today. And finally, know the responsibility and importance that my work can have to perpetuate and influence others!

    • Do you believe that you replicate the soul of the person you are shooting?

      This is a very complex question, perhaps it is possible to replicate some important traits of one's soul never in its totality or exact dimension and always according to the lived moment.

    • What about life on other planets?

      Possible as we advance in technological knowledge we come across things previously impossible for human eyes at a given time.

    • What are the most important components of a good photo in your opinion?

      Composition, light and direction. Add to that the impact, attention at decisive moments and an intelligent post-production.

    • Are there any trends in wedding photography?

      Yes but it is temporary. There was a time when sepia tones, specific diagramming dominated the market, and this is constantly changing.

    • What should be the criteria for a bride and a groom to choose their wedding photographer?

      Affinity and identification with the photographer's professional and personality.

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  • Carey Nash Edmonton, Canada
    • Can you give a few tips for wedding photographers who are just starting out?

      I have learned over many years that this is someones special wedding day, and a huge moment in their new lives together. Capture the moments that matter, take a lot of photos and never be upset when you don't have full control over what you want to shoot. You will have plenty of time to be more artistic over the years but always make the clients happy. Happy Clients build a strong referral business which you can develop exactly as you like over time.

    • Are there any trends in wedding photography?

      There is always trends and revolutions and will always be new ones. Over the years we have seen heavy textures, double exposures, silhouettes, heavy bokeh, lens flare, antlers (haha) , tilt shift portraits, small people large landscapes and so on. I believe all trends help evolve the art and promote creativity however can be done in excess.

    • If you could go back in time, what would you do differently?

      I would have searched harder for an outlet for my art or took it upon myself. I grew up in a small remote city with very little resources for children in the arts. I was however so fortunate to have great access to mountain biking and being on the rivers and wilderness but often wish I had access to others that loved photography as much as I did. It wasn't until I left and traveled that I was exposed to the power of photography and was able to share and learn from others.

    • What do you like most about your profession?

      It's grown so very much since I first shot a wedding ten years ago. I started shooting film and with no editing software. What I have enjoyed is the fact that the industry has developed artistically through digital advences. We also have found with the internet that we are no longer working alone and we meet and help others from all walks of life and parts of the world.

    • How do you educate yourself to take better pictures?

      I shoot, shoot, and shoot. I attend conferences and workshops and also watch youtube and online tutorials whenever possible. I was also told many years ago to also not only focus on photography as so much of my work is day to day business operation. I try and read about business practices and other forms of art as inspiration and education.

    • Do you believe that you replicate the soul of the person you are shooting?

      I do think we can immortalize their personality. Often I am guilty of creating a moment that may look impressive however my favourite images are ones that truly preserve a moment that matter with a genuine expression. Those captures are truly the ones that you can look back at and see the person through it.

    • Where would you like to live?

      Having traveled to many parts of the world I have seen and lived in many amazing places. I'm happiest however in Canada though as I was raised in this country, near the mountains and lakes and it's where my heart is. I'll always travel but I'll also always come home.

    • What do you want to say with your photographs?

      I want people to look at them and sit and stare. I pride myself in a sense of exploration with my work and do my very best to showcase the location, the people and the story I want to tell with an image.

    • What should be the criteria for a bride and a groom to choose their wedding photographer?

      A match of personalities and some mutual interests. The couple will spend one or more days with a photographer and often more time than with anyone else. If they have a mutual respect for each other they'll more than likely have a positive experience.

    • What motivates you to continue taking pictures?

      As my children and family grows I am often reminded of the power of preserving very special moments in my own life with them. They often do remarkable things that I constantly try and capture sincerely.

    • Whose work has influenced you most as a wedding photographer?

      Fer Juaristi and Danielle Vertelli. These two are so talented and seem to find a way to express every emotion and moments artistically and not overpowering the moment. I am constantly looking at their work and smiling.

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