Shooting a wedding photography reportage with the aim simply of producing millions of photos is meaningless.

Shooting a wedding photography reportage with the aim simply of producing millions of photos is meaningless.
A wedding photographer has to understand and truly feel the people, the day, the events… live every moment as if it was his own wedding day… to connect intuitively to the people, the souls open with emotions to capture the wedding couple, the family, friends, guests as they are - the true wedding.
The job of wedding photographer is one of great responsibility and importance. My job is to capture one of the most important days of your life, perhaps the only day you manage to get all your friends, family and most dear all together under one roof. The melting pot of emotions is unique and the wedding photos must capture that unique feeling when emotions run at their highest. The child crying under the table, the embrace of the groom with his best friend who has just flown in from Australia, the bride’s makeup running down her face, the grandfather who nods off because he has had one to many to drink. It’s a great day, it’s a great opportunity to take some really great photos, true photojournalism with true emotions.
Edward Olive
International destination wedding photographer from Madrid Spain
Winner of the first prize in professional wedding photography in the annual World Photography Gala WPGA Pollux Awards 2010
Nominated for the Hasselblad Masters in wedding and social photography 2009
edwardolive@hotmail.com
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