Indre-et-Loire Wedding Photographers

Wedding Photographers of Indre-et-Loire, Centre-Val de Loire

Tours, Joue-les-Tours, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, Saint-Pierre-des-Corps, Saint-Avertin

Would you like to find a top Indre-et-Loire wedding photographer? On this Centre-Val de Loire membership directory, you can compare rates, read reviews, check biographies and contact our France photographers directly.

Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Indre-et-Loire Couples

2 Documentary Wedding Photographers...

Studio portrait of Tours wedding photographer Ivan Franchet of Indre-et-Loire Centre-Val de Loire France

Photographer for 12 years, this incredible profession makes me enter your lives in the most beautiful way. I specialize in wedding reporting, but also in family photography, to tell stories… How do I approach my reports? … A unique credo; Happiness, a great zest sensitivity, and energy to spare! Together we will enjoy it! My wife and my 13-year-old daughters follow me in this universe with a lot of conviction and they know my love for photography. My loved ones describe me as an idealist, a dreamer and I have recently understood that I will remain the same. My pleasure is to share, to give, to make this happiness that people live through my photos. I have no ego, only the desire to provoke emotions and to capture them. Long before when I was a child, my dad, an amateur photographer, taught me the basics of photography. Framing and light were his golden rules. I was fascinated by the magic and the timelessness that a photo offered. Then, cinema became a passion. I abandoned the photo for almost 25 years and during the meeting with the one who would become my wife, it became obvious again, a need to give, to share through my eyes. I only enjoyed taking pictures of people on the street, or these little scenes of life that I lived. I still regret not being as avant-garde or technical as the new generation, but no, I like this feeling of finding myself in touch with the reality of light, its intrinsic beauty and the effort that this requires us to optimize what we see. “I consider myself a storyteller, documenting your life with sensitivity and authenticity.” [Tours Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
2000 (EUR)
Indre-et-Loire wedding photography by Juliette Frederix of Centre-Val de Loire, France

I'm Juliette, I was born in Paris in 1981, and I'm a wedding photographer and engineer. As far as I can remember, I have always had a camera in my hands, and an insatiable desire to photograph each important moment experienced, each emotion, each smile. Computer training I have gradually since 2005 transformed what was a vital passion for professional activity, always obsessed with this need to immortalize important moments, joys, expressions. Real-life in short. And what could be better than marriage to observe them? Some people don't like weddings, which are too long, too formal. In any case, I love it! They are the most beautiful transcription of love and emotions. And my goal is to capture them at every moment of this day which is always going at a crazy pace. These images will be your forever intact memory, and I am happy to contribute to them. [Indre-et-Loire Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1200 (EUR)
WPJA Communiqué: Features
Wedding photography article about Client Reviews, Testimonials and Letters  - The bride writes her vows in the attic of a historic victorian mansion
Imagine going to the mailbox in the morning. Out from between the utility bills and the nail salon coupons falls a smallish envelope containing a folded handwritten note. On it, it reads: Our day was truly magical because of you and your talents. Whenever we look upon our wedding photos, we are instantly transported back to the moment; laughing and crying all over again. Thank you for such a priceless gift. This is a summary of actual client letters from WPJA members’ weddings. It’s...Read more
Pictures of the Bridal party celebrating while riding from the ceremony to the reception on a party bus.
Weddings are a time to honor tradition, commitment and family. But as any wedding photojournalist knows, they’re also a great time for people to come together and cut loose. To capture all those spontaneous moments that will be talked about for years to come, a wedding photographer needs a quick eye and a good camera—oh, and a sense of humor doesn’t hurt either. With these tools in hand, your guests are guaranteed a chance to relive the day in all its uninhibited glory.Read more
Creative and Professional Wedding Photography from the Reception
Like many brides and grooms, your wedding could be the first time you’ll be hiring a creative professional. You might think the ins and outs of working with a wedding photographer are as simple as writing a check. What could be so difficult, right? But just ask any talented pro, and you’ll get a grateful explanation as to why it’s so important to truly understand their creative process. How you manage your relationship with a wedding photographer can have just as profound an...Read more
Philippe Swiggers, of , is a wedding photographer for Puglia
While wedding party stereotypes still exist, most people realize there’s more to being a bridesmaid than looking beautiful, more to being a groomsman than adding life and excitement to the reception party. But even the bride and groom might not fully understand just how helpful these roles can be, long after the train is bustled and the speeches are given. With a little direction (and not that much effort), members of the wedding party can facilitate great wedding photojournalism —a favor that...Read more
Sideline story photography at the wedding reception showing ladies drinking gin from tea cups
Some wedding photographers may feel the need to include the bride or groom in every picture, but those photos convey only part of the day's record. Most WPJA members will probably tell you that you're not fully documenting the event unless you get out there on the periphery and record the subplots of the wedding day—the unique and intersecting stories of the guests as they enjoy the festivities. We call these types of pictures “sideline shots,” and they are distinct from the standard reaction...Read more
Cake cutting photograph with the bride and groom deciding if they should smash or not smash the cake.
No other tradition during the wedding day should rely as heavily on improvisation as the cake cutting. Those entrenched in the traditional camp may want to offer guidelines on where to stand, how to cut the cake and when to smile for the camera, but their promptings need not be followed for a thoroughly memorable experience. In fact, not following the “rules” is frequently what makes the cake cutting unforgettable. This time-honored ritual can turn into an entertaining affair with...Read more