Time should be suspended in its tracks on your wedding day. The result of many hours of preparation is revealed in a whirlwind. You may look back on the pictures and remember all the joy, laughter, and bonds you and your spouse built. Way after the honeymoon is over and the vows have been exchanged.
While the connection between a client and a photographer is simpler than that of a married couple, it is nevertheless important. You should have complete faith in your photographer on the most significant day of your life. You had better get along with them and have a good time, since they will be following you all day. Communication, honesty, humour, compassion, and respect are the five cornerstones of success in my book. So far, I've had nothing but success applying them to my work.
I urge you to include a wedding photographer in your plans without delay. I'm glad to help with any and all aspects of planning, from choosing a colour palette to vetting potential service providers. Before the wedding, when everyone is a little more relaxed, I always recommend scheduling a picture session if at all feasible. So that I may get to know you and your fiance before the big day, I would like frequent webcam calls and emails.
You should not skimp on the money you spend on your wedding. Your wedding images will be treasured for centuries to come, preserving the memories you build and capture on that wonderful day.
In order to give enough time to each of our clients, we are only able to commit to a limited number of photography projects.
During the long-awaited moment, you dream of the perfect celebration that will underline the union of your love, in all simplicity or planned in the smallest detail... with elegance. Mathieu will know how to put you at ease, whether or not you are comfortable in front of the camera. It will make you shine in the spotlight and will capture all emotional moments during your day!