Wedding Photographers of Paris, Île-de-France
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21 Documentary Wedding Photographers...
My name is Julien Laurent-Georges, it's an artist's name composed of my 3 first names of birth! I'm french, I'm 39. I live in Paris. I was a professor and photographer is a reconversion. I like sports, I like music, cinema and share a lot of time with my friends. I think that photographers are the architects of memory, we are the emotions in the eyes of the grandchildren of our Brides and Grooms, so we are the present and the future in the same time. Julien Laurent-Georges - France [Paris Wedding Photographer]
Specialized photographer in Wedding Photojournalism, I am based in Paris, and can also offer the same range of services abroad for your events. After a decade of passion ScPhoto has joined the professional world of photography on February 5th 2010 (my 30th birthday - the age of reason, isn’t it ?) How do I consider the wedding photography? My point of view is based on simplicity, spontaneity and natural, that’s why I feel so close and explain my link with the photojournalism. The idea is to create a consistent picture that associates the light of lines and composition with an emotion, an expression or an attitude, so that art can mix with a memory… My principal quality is discretion. I am present at your wedding in a non-intrusive way, most of the time your will not even notice me. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
Passionate about the people and the stories they have to tell, becoming a portrait and wedding photographer was obvious. Through my images, I want to offer you my optimistic and joyful vision of life. I have the absolute certainty that any moment of happy life, even simple, is an important moment that deserves to be engraved in our memories. Whether it's an exceptional day like your wedding day or just a moment of your everyday life, with friends or family, these are the moments that build our lives. Sublimate your memories, that's my goal! My job is not just to take "beautiful" pictures. It is not enough to "click on a button" or strafe no matter how it is to transcribe your feelings, your family ties, your emotions. Moments as fleeting as a tender look, a passionate kiss, a mischievous smile, a tear of joy or a burst of laughter ... That's what inspires me and fascinates me! Because what gives value to an image is its ability to immerse ourselves in the blink of an eye in past emotions, and to remind us how alive and powerful they are, whatever the time that has since passed. The photos bear witness to our history, to what we are, it is a unique heritage to transmit to its children. Have you never searched the photo box of your parents or grandparents? I could get lost hours, even whole days ... And I'm sure your children will appreciate as much as I appreciate the photographic heritage you leave them. These memories will surely have an important place among their most precious treasures. Because through these photos, it's a bit of THEIR story that they can discover ... [Paris Wedding Photographer]
Wedding photographer in Paris for 5 years, I do cover pre-wedding, elopements, weddings engagements sessions in the most beautiful place of Paris such the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, the Trocadero, and Bir Hakeim Bridge. With more than 200 weddings covered, more than 500 engagement sessions, my style of photography during weddings is resolutely turned towards photo-reporting, in order to tell the story of your wedding. I make only a few photos posed (that in the photos of a group or couple for example) to privilege spontaneous moments. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
As a fashion photographer living in Paris and wedding photojournalist working in France and abroad, I approach photography as a versatile artist. I love to cover weddings, working unobtrusively and taking on the spot photos. My style is creative and natural, with a strong background of photojournalism. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
I discovered photography as a little girl. It has always been a part of our life to be taken in pictures and create memories that last forever. When I was 18, my parents offered my 1st camera of my own. I tried to use it the best I could but didn't really take the time to go further. In 2009, I started to work at Sony, in marketing and discovered the world of photographers that reminded me how much I loved it. I started to ask a lot of questions and got interested in technology & techniques. In 2013, I have decided to quit everything and leave for a round the World trip. 2 years on my own, with my backpack and a camera, to encounter as many people as possible and take pictures to see if I really like it as a job. And guess what? When I came back, I have decided to take the leap and I founded my company in 2016. After not even a year doing this job, I started to shoot weddings and completely fell in love with it. All the emotions, the kind looks, the hugs, the love. I shoot 15 to 22 weddings per year. So in only 3 seasons, I have already shot 50 weddings and I can't wait for the next year to start all over again. Now you know me a little bit more: I'm a travel addict, who loves taking photos and telling beautiful stories of life through my pictures. I want to meet you, to discover you and to capture everything you feel with my camera. I’m completely addicted to smiles, happiness, close-knit families, crazy couples and people who want to enjoy life. For now, I am based in Paris but I travel everywhere for my work, in France but also Worldwide. Take me for my next adventure with you, with a great sound of your favorite music in the ears. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
My goal is to keep those small moments, all the emotions that make a wedding and handing it to future generations. I work with a journalistic approach to document weddings with an unobtrusive way on which I add some dedicated moments for creative bridal party and portraits. I bought my first camera with my first wage when I was a student in 1977. From that year on I was fully interested in photojournalism and have especially worked on the most known: Cartier Bresson, Depardon or even Brassai. I had the opportunity to shoot my first wedding in 2006. I shoot also for advertising and fashion, illustration of travel. All these different light conditions or assignments contribute to being able to work in a non planned situation. I am also a writer for a French editor for which I have written (with a co author) 3 books about Canon cameras (1000D, 5D MKII and 5DMKIII). To complete the landscape, I share my passion with one of my 4 daughters. My wife spent a lot of time as a semi pro actress and novel writer, also giving her feelings as a mother, spouse and bride about my work. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
Hello, I am Marine, professional photographer since 2002, mother of 2 beautiful children, based in Paris, France. What moves me ? Love, of course! I'm addicted to emotions, I like the laughter, the tears of joy, and the impression they leave in our hearts. I love family albums, how they trace our history and define us. That is why I really think it's important to keep beautiful images of the highlights of our lives. After studying philosophy and a degree of Arts, I started the photo studio as assistant of fashion photographers. But soon, it is the photojournalism that attracts me. In 2002, I become the assistant of Marc Riboud (former President of Magnum) and begin in parallel my first journalistic reports, interesting me to relations between individuals, family and living areas. Until 2007, I realize the author reports, working with french press ... exposes, invest in contemporary art photo-project and performs in parallel event-reports, and private (portraits, weddings, etc. ...). In 2007, I became a mother for the first time and finds it difficult to balance work and motherhood. Ernestine and her family is a life plan to match with the need to adapt my professional life to my family life in harmony with my values. I propose today my photojournalistic expertise for your corporate and private events. Take the time to know you to better understand who you are and what your relationships with those you love, that's the secret of my work and this is what gives it meaning. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
I grew up and live in Paris but I work everywhere in the world. Photography has always been in my life but it became my job after a few years in the companies. I like to create images with a beautiful composition but the moment remains for me the most important. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
The creative and graphic sense of my pictures is for me a constant obsession, I play with lights, shadows, composition, speed, and colors. I do my best to deliver as many beautiful pictures as possible. Before the wedding, it is important for me to meet both of the bride and groom in order to build a bond of trust which will allow the couple to feel comfortable in front of me and my camera during the wedding day : the goal, as always is to capture natural moments of love, happiness, emotion, and complicity between the bride and groom. In love with my city (and also my wife!), I know Paris like my pocket and I love shooting love sessions, elopement weddings or engagement sessions with the couples in secret places in the "Paris des Lumières! » I am used to traveling in the countryside and also abroad if the future bride and groom need me to travel with them. I speak English, Italian, Spanish if you don't feel comfortable in French and, of course, I can travel as far as your wedding will bring you (even to the Moon and back)! [Paris Wedding Photographer]
Passionate about photography since adolescence, I have never stopped photographing. First for the pleasure of capturing images, then to share them with my entourage. Gradually, I learned to load my photos with the emotion that I wanted to transcribe: it's like that I arrived at the wedding photography about ten years ago. I do an average of 20 to 30 reports a year, and I have about 280 reports of experience. I am one of the many photographers who think that you can see only with the heart. [Paris Wedding Photographer]
I have been a photographer for 5 years now. Before that, I was in charge of HR in a big corporate business; photography at first was a way to let out some steam, it was a very demanding job requiring a lot of letting go. At first, I was shooting exclusively empty landscapes, with no one, no human activity, maybe because I had to be overly social in my daily job. One day I got fed up of my job, decided to devote my time to my passion and started a retraining. In the beginning, I was not attracted by social photography (wedding, portraits). But today, I can reconnect with what I liked in my HR job, help people write their own story and memories. I need it, it’s my fuel. Shooting weddings is my media to tell a story and render what I learned about people. It helps me keep faith in humanity and in feelings we too often try to hide. I also do a lot of corporate photography along with personal projects. [Pyrénées-Atlantiques Wedding Photographer]
Journalist and reporter-professional photographer for ten years, touches all of communication, graphics and multimedia, I define myself today as a sensor of emotions, whether by the clichés that I realize or by the words that slide under my fingers. Each wedding photography that I make is for me a moment that I capture as well with my eyes as with my heart I appreciate above all the energy that emanates from human relationships. The one that makes us all vibrate, cry, stress, hope or laugh. An energy and multiple emotions that we meet on the day of her marriage. For a long time, I thought this statement was overrated. Then I got married myself. I lived the experience from the inside. And there, I understood. I understood what some people call "The most beautiful day of your life". Still, I'm a dad of a wonderful little girl. For me, the most beautiful moment I could live was his birth. When I got married, I realized we could do as well, but longer. A moment that lasts hours and hours; we have the feeling that he will never stop. In my case, it lasted two days. A weekend that I savored as much as I could so much energy and love were huge. My wife and I often dream of going back. Relive, once again, all that people who love you have to offer you: their personality, their humor, their kindness, their madness, their tenderness. We try to engrave all these moments in our mind hoping never to forget them. If you read this, it's because you too have this ambition. You will want to remember the beautiful story you are going to live that day. That's good, I'm here for that ;-). [Haut-Rhin Wedding Photographer]
Jacqueline Dersjant (PHTGRPHR) is an international award-winning wedding photojournalist known for her candid, documentary approach. Jacqueline’s expressive photography is about capturing special moments and emotions between people. Her reportage style is up close with a great sense of humor. She is committed to capturing reality and has an eye for spontaneous, once in a lifetime moments that feel honest. Her images are intimate and fun(ny) telling a true story. All photos are taken in a relaxed, sympathetic and unobtrusive way. She usually works with a second shooter and loves to collaborate to inspire and learn from each other. [Amsterdam Wedding Photographer]
Joseph Gidjunis is an independent photojournalist who specializes in editorial and event photography, as well as video production and directing. He served as a reporter and photojournalist for 10 years at multiple publications, including The Courier-Post (NJ), and as a correspondent for USA Today. Gidjunis founded JPG Photography in 2005, now shooting more than 1,000 weddings through photography and video with his staff. In 2016, the Wedding Photojournalist Association awarded him 3rd place in the world for his work. In 2015, Gidjunis captured the iconic image of Pope Francis kissing Michael Keating on the airport tarmac. In addition, he serves as a freelance videographer and photojournalist for Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney. He is a 2004 journalism and political science graduate of The George Washington University in Washington D.C. Gidjunis is an elected member of the Manayunk (MDC) board, where he lives with his wife, Rebecca, his infant son, Gabe, and their dog, Gus. [Philadelphia Wedding Photographer]
My name is Louise. I am 30. I was born in Cameroon but I live since my childhood in France, near Paris. After graduating, I began my professional life as a jurist in a great and big company. But after several years, I kept feeling like I were missing something so big somewhere else. When I got married and my first daughter was born, I got a camera and then it just became clear and obvious to me : photography was my way. Indeed I was, and still is, fascinated by the power this media : it can make you feel so much things. Among those feelings, happiness, joy, love... That is why I chose the name « SOUL BLISS »... Those words fit so well with what I want to instill in my work. I want your pictures to make you laugh, cry, smile, be surprised, overwhelmed! I want you to experience again what you felt while living blissful moments! My aim is that your pictures do good to your soul! Easy, I know ;-) That is why I also choose to specialize me in wedding photography : it is a one day concentré of everything you might feel and a delight to catch as a photographer. There's so much for me to tell your story faithfully. Moreover, I love so much meeting new and different couples, having sometimes different cultures, coming from another countries or maybe speaking another languages. So today, I am a happy wedding photographer, blessed and honored to be trusted for several years, and willing to have a lot of new love stories to tell in photographs. Maybe it will be yours ! TRUST ME BECAUSE: - I'm soooo cool and especially French :-) - My professionalism and my knowledge of multicultural weddings - The kind of modern and artistic photography I provide [Seine-et-Marne Wedding Photographer]
I'm french and have been a wedding photographer for nearly ten years now... I started my company in 2009 and I never regretted it. I love being part of such joyful moments. I love the idea that every picture I delivered is something people will be able to share and pass on for generations. My pictures are filled with emotion, genuine and I want them to be timeless. I work near Paris, close to the town of Chantilly (Oise - Picardy). [Oise Wedding Photographer]
Hi! I am Jeremie, storytelling traveling wedding photographer and videographer based in France. Former aerospace engineer, Europe, and Canada/US-educated, work & photography have taken me to 15+ countries on 5 continents over the years, but emotion is a universal language. I love documenting weddings in a photojournalistic and authentic way, unnoticed, capturing emotion and in-between moments that make the best memories of this day. [Vendee Wedding Photographer]
Kirill is an international award-winning photographer, based in Germany. He was born in Moscow and moved to Germany in 1991, where I have has studied advertising, design, and photography. He has begun photographing weddings in 2006 and has quickly become passionate about it. Now his work is acknowledged not only by his clients but also in several major German wedding magazines and international web portals. [Hamburg Wedding Photographer]
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Born in Chisinau, Moldova (Ex-URSS). Law school education followed by a premature love affair with photography. Freelance photographer since 2003. Over the years, I fulfill my clients’ expectations by combining a natural intuition and keen eye...
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We called on to you for our wedding and really we have not been disappointed. Fisrt, you came to meet us on Orléans (you prove then how much you are ready and willing). You made us feel confortable real quick, by proposing us an engagement session. We told you that we were not photogenic but you knew how to make us beautiful in our photos. You definitely knows how to catch very important moments. Plus, You are really professional. All the people who saw your work around were blown (we were the first ones). Really, my husband and I highly recommend you as a photographer. Indeed, you don't lie your presentation : your are kind, zen, very cool and sing all the time ! We thought to be photographed would be a load but you made of that a pleasant and funny moment. You allows us to have magnificent memories. Many thanks to you for your work !
Thank you for having accompanied us throughout this day and to have put us in confidence, we have benefited to the maximum! The photos are great, original, and very good quality! You have been listening throughout the day, you are more than just a photographer, someone you can count on and attentive to the wishes of the bride and groom while remaining discreet, and the photos remain spontaneous to the maximum ...