You may recall Jesse Andersâ€™s beautiful work for the Marks-Aruti wedding at Bridgewaters featured a few weeks ago. Â Jesse makes it all seem effortless, but it takes great skill to deliver such natural and uncontrived photographs.Â The hook for Jesse is connecting whatâ€™s seen with whatâ€™s felt: the ecstatic moment in the middle of a dance, with friends whirling round the bride and groom â€“caught! Picking out the Louboutin soles with the selective b&w shot in Central Parkâ€¦very cheeky, and perfect.Â Jesse talks a bit about his unique style and why he absolutely loves being a part of the happiest moments of his clientâ€™s lives.
What is the chief characteristic of a memorable photo?
For me, a photograph is most memorable when it captures a moment in time that is emotional and powerful to begin with. To be able to hold that moment in your hand as a photograph is nothing short of amazing!Â As a photographer, it is important to me that I am not forcing a photograph into existence. Yes, a â€śbeautifulâ€ť photo can be constructed, but a truly memorable photograph comes from a truly memorable moment. Read the rest of this entry »