Editorial: On the importance of real moments
An editorial feature by Joseph Radhik
My love for weddings comes from the belief that the single most important aspect of our life is a memory. Memories are immortal, timeless and are the core of our lives. They are what make us human and what make each of us unique. This defines my signature style which revolves around two fundamental loves: real moments and timeless portraits.
Real moments captured meaningfully lay the foundation for your memories - not just of the bride and groom, but of the immediate family and loved ones too. This means capturing the event like a true photojournalist but also with the aesthetic sensibility of a wedding photographer - composition, color, and a sense of celebration are key. The latter - timeless portraits - are all about making portraits that stand the test of time. This means no gimmicks, nothing that is 'trending' right now, and nothing that would look out of vogue 50 years from now.
Because at the end of the day, these photos are meant for the bride and groom's grandkids and not just for them today.