Leading Italian Wedding Photographers
Deyan Photography Italy, specializes in the art of wedding photography.
They are a creative team of wedding and portrait photographers who have gone on to build an enviable reputation for providing international couples with compelling wedding photography.
Their stunning photography has earnt them the privilege to photograph leading international celebrities. Photographic assignments take the team throughout Italy, from Venice to Tuscany to the Amalfi coast . Our Italian photographers are inspired and motivated by the beauty of each wedding and re-defined the art of wedding photography.
Contact us today so we can offer you award winning Indoor wedding photography at a church, temple, or other private venue during the ceremony and reception. Or Outdoor wedding photography (often at a park, beach, or scenic location on the day of the wedding and/or for engagement photos). Both posed and candid (photojournalistic) shots of the wedding couple and their guests at the religious or civil ceremony, and the reception that follows.
Each photographer at Deyan Photography is formally trained in Fine Arts Photography.
Allow our team of photographers at Deyan Photography Italy to photograph your wedding day.
What the Photojournalistic Style is in Wedding Photography?
There are probably at least twice as many definitions of “What The photojournalistic Style Is” as there are photographers practicing it. When asked ‘what is photojournalism’? W. Eugene Smith, one of the 20th century¹s greatest photojournalists, replied “Documentary Photography with a purpose”.
For me the single most important element of the photojournalistic Style is meeting and exceeding the client’s wishes, desires and taste with my own documentary style. Beyond delivering technical excellence the photographer’s eye and brain must be able to anticipate and recognize not only the physical actions and emotions but also the geometric shapes, lighting and composition that come together to reveal seemingly simple but complex images. It is the photographer’s assignment to record these moments and produce images that will warrant many second looks over many years.
photojournalistic Style should be a cohesive collection of images that are not only a record of the day’s events but are also images that capture as many “decisive moments” as possible. The resultant images should be able to stand the test of time and look as fresh and vital in thirty or more years as they did when first viewed.
By George Weir