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I am going to try and post a little education info on my blog. While I am definitely FAR from being an expert, one thing I have come to learn with my career choice of photography is PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE.
I love Macro Photography........let me say it again........I LOVE Macro Photography. So, what is Macro Photography and what makes it so special especially with weddings? The definition of Macro Photography is photography producing a photograph of a small object to appear larger than life size. Have you ever seen the inside of a flower through a picture and the petals, stem, possibly a raindrop look crystal clear and enormous? How about a fresh morning dewdrop on a brilliant green fern? A colorful, poisonous dart frog sitting, staring intently on a lush tropical leaf? A large, intricate falling snowflake? These images are made possible by Photographers who capture using Macro Photography.
This style of photography is not for the faint of heart as it requires a lot patience to capture the perfect, clear image through macro lenses and manual focusing. Why is this important to weddings? Most of the weddings we have had the privilege of capturing have had exquisite jewelry. Whether it has been an antique pearl necklace, a gift of cufflinks or a spanking brand new engagement ring our experience with Macro Photography has been beneficial in preserving timeless pieces.
As you search for the Photographer who fits your style, remember it's not just about capturing you and your groom. Details are so important to capture not only for your wedding day art book but to forever treasure the day and your heirlooms.