Only a day after I became a member of “Fearless Photographers”, the prestigious directory of the world's best wedding photographers, the editor of the Fearless Blog sent me an email asking me to write an article with some of my photos and to answer a few questions about my work.
As an advocate of documentary photography, I can hardly resist the black-and-white world. Here I am presenting you a brief outline of a wedding depicted only in two colors and in a few of their shades. Hopefully, the images will speak for themselves!
For a while now, Croatia has been making its way up as a tourist destination, but also as a wedding destination. Those of you who have already visited it, know that the reasons for this are more than obvious. For the rest of you, who are thinking about visiting our country, primarily to get married here, here are numerous photos of beautiful wedding locations.
Since photographers are the experienced ones, who witnessed a lot at weddings and who are inspired by all kinds of wedding situations, we can list a few points that could help couples get even better wedding photos. I know how I will ensure getting high-quality photos, however, there’s also a part of the process where you can contribute and in that way, obtain better photos that you’ll like even more!
Hey, thanks for visiting! I'm Nikola, a photographer from Croatia, and THIS is how I do wedding photography
Wedding photography is something that should probably be given a lot of attention when making reservations and choices for a wedding. Of course, every element of that day is very significant and it’s important that each is at its best – music, wedding dress, food, setting... However, a bride and a groom don’t choose a wedding photographer to do something only for that one day, the photographer documents all those moments for clients to have them captured for the rest of their lives.
Photojournalism in general is my love and passion, so whenever I take my camera, whether it is for a wedding or just on a lazy afternoon, it has to be spontaneous, it has to be a moment frozen in time, and it's always a challenge for me, no matter if it is a basic everyday situation or some huge event (not that I've photographed one :D ).