An interview with CanvasRevel on my perspective, anecdotes, and vision, including the pursuit of photography’s potential to make a positive impact on our communities.
While the grand gestures and speeches may be what we remember most, it is often the small moments that stick with us long after the event is over.
A plan B embraced the poetry of the ancient interiors of Villa Pazzi, and the dinner moved inside the vast Ballroom gallery, surrounded by Coppedè’s famous statues, scattered with candles and drenched in moonlight. No words can express the magic of day, but somehow the pictures do.
Time unhinged from its normal framework, and space constrained to one’s home, this is a period of creative ambivalence: the concept that negative space, as expressed by lack of human connection, and deprivation of creative resources – can, and will, lead to something positive.
There’s something to be said for incorporating something old into the mix in the fast-paced world of weddings. Using a prop or your mother’s wedding gown can add sentimental value to your special day while also connecting you with tradition and cultural history.
When it comes to capturing beautiful and memorable photos during a wedding or pre-wedding shoot, the role of props cannot be overlooked.
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