You can find more and more glamor inspired from the world of fashion in bridal editorials; and some wedding photographers wish to practice this photographic style, for the sake of learning, to get out of their comfort zone and offer a new style of images to couples. During the last Christophe Serrano workshop, fine art wedding photographer Pascal Vo has successfully tried this style exercise and offers us a Romantic Wedding Fashion Inspiration through a refined imagery.
Pascal tells us more about his experience: Every year I have the chance to accompany many couples on their marriage. Each wedding is for me a new adventure in which I put a lot of heart into creating the memories that my couples await.
I don't always have the time or the opportunity to create the images to satisfy my passion as a photographer ( I'm there first and foremost for my clients and not for myself).
This is why personal projects, shoot styles, editorials, workshops allow me to step out of my comfort zone and apply myself to create images that are more difficult to produce in a real wedding.
I love the elegance and sophistication of fine art style and the "fashion" approach is something I wanted to learn about.
The role of the photographer on D-Day: make the couple look great on their big day
Couples put a lot of love and care into their big day to look beautiful for each other. It is my role to make them look great on D-Day.
Any skills that could help me become a better photographer and produce better quality images for my bride and groom are good to take.
My biggest victory is to be able to reconcile people with their image. I often deal with married people who don't like each other in photos, who say they are "not photogenic".
All the training that I take is aimed at enriching my experience in enhancing these profiles. During this workshop, different paintings were suggested by Christophe Serrano, and some proposed by inspired students.
We had wonderful conditions for photographing (experienced models with editorial profiles, designer dresses, pretty bouquets and accessories).
The three key words which directed my eye were: elegance, purity, minimalism. I tried to imbue my photos with these keywords. We had time to create beautiful images and explore this universe which was very new to me.
V E N D O R S
- Workshop: Christophe Serrano Wedding
- Photographer: Pascal Vo
- Stylist: Marion Fera Création
- MUA: Sophie Gayler
- Models: Mathilda Barret & Marie Wu
- Assistant: Sylvia Calmet
- Assistant: Matthieu Vasquez
- Floral Designer: Virginie Dalessio
- Jewelry: Les Alchimistes
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