Wedding Photographers of Mexico City, State of Mexico
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Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Mexico City Couples
5 Documentary Wedding Photographers...
I am a documentary wedding photographer, based out of Oaxaca (Winter) and the Bay Area in California (Summer), and I also offer my services in international destination wedding photography. My approach focuses on making unique and real images that capture the meaningful moments, raw emotion and pure joy that make up the incredible experience of a wedding, and that also beautifully tell the story of that day. When you look through your images, they will take you right back to the excitement, love and happiness experienced during your celebration. I am madly in-love with documenting love. [Oaxaca Wedding Photographer]
Roque Reyes Mendoza, Oaxacan painter, and multidisciplinary artist. He studied art in related schools and self-taught. His work occupies the means of painting, graphics, photography, and installation. He has worked as an instructor of Plastic Arts. He has collaborated with vulnerable groups of civil society, applying his knowledge of visual expression in projects to promote food sovereignty, promote culture and rescue the environment, also today Roque works as a documentary and social events photographer. He currently works in his own workshop in the city of Oaxaca. - It motivates me to see in art a means to transmit ideas, emotions, and personal or collective reflections because many times this medium is amazing. [Oaxaca Wedding Photographer]
I was born in Los Angeles, California (to Peruvian parents) and have lived throughout Northern and Southern Cali most of my life until about March 2011 when I decided to up & move to Lima, Peru to pursue my dream of being a full-time photographer and documenting social work in the slums of Lima. After graduating from California State University at Fullerton in 2010 with a bachelor's in Visual Communication & minor in Sociology, I attended several photojournalism workshops around the world for years including Look3 Festival of the Photograph workshops (Charlottesville, VA) and Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Istanbul, Buenos Aires and Mexico City, BodaF in Querétaro, Mexico and Beyond [Wedding Photography] Workshop in Lima, Peru 2016 & 2017. Each of these experiences brought out a different world within me and taught me the value of photography as a tool to help us see, not only things or other people but ourselves. I’ve been photographing couples and families for over 10 years now, but falling in love and having experienced what it’s like to be the bride first-hand has changed the way that I see through my viewfinder at weddings. I am an utterly hopeless romantic and I can see and feel the love around me much more now than ever before. I get it. I offer real, emotive, and breathtaking images that capture who you truly are and all the joy you are feeling on your day. I also love to capture the behind the scenes bits, which I feel are the most interesting and telling; the pre-ceremony jitters, the anxiety in the dressing room, the sheer madness and beauty of it all. I live for these raw moments and am always ready to capture them when you least expect or even notice. Let me share my passion and years of photography experience with you. Maybe we can get a coffee together and you can tell me all about how your story began and how you want to remember it. [Miami Wedding Photographer]
I am a loving husband and father of a beautiful teenager, a good friend a love story teller and a wedding documenter in pictures. I left behind my work of many years as an information technology engineer to dedicate myself to pursue my dream, to be a photographer. For this, I studied photography 4 years at the Center for Contemporary Art in Mexico City, because the inspiration must come from somewhere. My first weddings I made completely using black and white film; I revealed myself and the impressions in my dark room. I have photographed more than 450 weddings over more than 10 years and that experience is put at the service of the next wedding to be photographed. My life is documentary photography which I get by observing and registering interesting people, in an interesting place, doing interesting things, like a wonderful wedding. My job is to make couples and their families happy by giving value to their visual heritage with memories that will accompany them throughout their lives and of those who will always feel proud. Outside the weddings, my work was published in magazines as CuartOscuro, Mexico Desconocido, Chilango, Eres Novia, MexiGoCity. [Atizapan de Zaragoza Wedding Photographer]