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

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

    • What should be the criteria for a customer to choose a photographer?

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

    • How did you get in the photography industry?

      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.

    • Are you photogenic?

      No Unfortunately. But who knows with a few months of gym can improve rsrsrsrsrrs

    • 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.

    • Do you love traveling?

      Very very much. Especially meet new places, cultures and people.

    • 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!

    • What do you like least about your profession?

      Being devalued by people who can not see the beauty and seriousness of what we do and why we photograph ..

    • 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 will be the future of photography?

      Equally important but with better equipment and tools.

    • What things are to be avoided when shooting?

      Working lazily, carelessly, miss good times.

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    Nikon D750
  • Frances Morency Toronto, Canada
    • What should be the criteria for a customer to choose a photographer?

      style and experience

    • How did you get in the photography industry?

      I always had a camera with me and can't help but take pictures......so weddings came naturally.

    • Are you photogenic?

      not in the slightest!!

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

      emotion and great light

    • Do you love traveling?

      absolutely!......my 2 fav things are travel and photography

    • What do you like most about your profession?

      the way it changes at every moment.......it's never the same day twice.

    • How do you handle criticism?

      not well, but try to roll with the punches.

    • What things are to be avoided when shooting?

      my team is not allowed to look at their phones during the wedding.

    • Are there any trends in photography?

      yes.... too many.

    • What is the one thing you wish you knew when you started taking photos?

      The business side of running a studio

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    Nikon D4
  • Ruud Claessen Maastricht, Netherlands
    • What should be the criteria for a customer to choose a photographer?

      1) Do you like the photographer's work? 2) Do you like the photographer? Simple as that.

    • How did you get in the photography industry?

      In 2008, I was already doing amateur photography for a couple of year. To do something different for a change, I asked my uncle if I could photograph his wedding. It was his second marriage, they were not asking for a photographer, so there was little risk. I ended up liking it so much, that I decided to do it more.

    • Are you photogenic?

      No! I much rather be behind a camera.

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

      Above all, the photo has to have a certain impact. Wether that's an intense emotion, a good vibe, or just a spectaculair visual impact. After that comes the technical part. So a good lighting, composition, etcetera. But for me, the impact is the most important part, by far.

    • Do you love traveling?

      Yes, but with moderation though. I'd love to do 3-5 destination weddings a year. I don't think I'd enjoy doing 10, 15 or even more.

    • What do you like most about your profession?

      It sounds like a horrible cliché, but it's true: Every wedding is different. You never really know what's going to happen. Surprises can happen at every moment. Besides that, I think it's a great honor to be asked to create lifelong memories for the people that are getting married. 5, 10, 25 or even 50 years after they get married, people still remember who took their wedding photos. It's pretty wonderful that you can be an important part in people's lives.

    • What do you like least about your profession?

      Basically: The postprocessing. I have a horrible concentration when it comes to editing. I love editing my 50-75 favorites from a wedding, but after that, it gets hard for me to keep focused.

    • How do you handle criticism?

      I try to extract what people really mean with their comments. Some people have difficulties in finding the right words to give feedback, sometimes making them sound rude. But I always try to figure out what's the real message there.

    • What things are to be avoided when shooting?

      'Allowed' is a big word. I'm not the one to say what's allowed or not. However, I don't like to unnecessarily intervene in a wedding. With the exception of the posed shots, I don't like having to tell people what to do, where to stand or how to look.

    • What will be the future of photography?

      I think the future of wedding photography will be a further evolution of the direction it's going in right now. More journalistic stuff, more moments. But besides that: technical advances. Faster camera's, better low light capabilities, and other accessories like drones, light field cameras, and stuff like that, giving photographers even more tools to being creative.

    • What is special in the photography genre you specialise at?

      I love many aspects of it. I love the fact that people are in a good mood, they take the time to look good as well. People get married in beautiful venues, and you as a photographer gets to be a part of so many people's special day. That's amazing.

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    Nikon D750