My “Aha” moment during shooting a wedding entail of sequences of movements of me being here and there. I know that some of you perhaps cannot translate what it means. But as both a professional and an artist, when it comes to photograph a wedding, I pay attention to moments 100%, while also adjusting to environment. I immediately take position while at the same time expecting a ‘bomb’ moment that is about to drop.
Yet in order for me to satisfy both my clients and myself, I would rather capture a lot of ‘Aha’ moments, because within one day wedding, there are a lot of them happening. My job is to always be ready for moments to build up and capture it at the right time. Just when it is time for portraiture, I slow down a bit to make you more relax and enjoy the intimacy.
As this particular story revealing, I want you to enjoy Hibiya and Bayu’s wedding last December. And we have enjoyed our encounters with Biya’s family as we firstly photographed her sister’s wedding back in the days.
We hope you like it!
Film by Antijitters Photo
Photography and Videography by Antijitters Photo | Venue at The Mulia Senayan | Make up by @marlenehariman and Christina Martha| Organized by @multikreasienterprise and Kayena | Ceremony by @gse_ekayana and Ambar Paes | Decor by @rumahkampungdecor
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