By Ryan on March 3rd, 2017
If you follow BE you know that I have a tendency to reach out to wedding photographers. As a custom clothier, we certainly make our fair share of wedding suits and wedding tuxedos. And we love seeing our happy grooms in spectacular photography. Therefore, I recently reached out to one of Denver’s leading wedding photographers, Daylene Wilson.
Here are some highlights from our talk.
[Daylene Wilson] I find great joy in making art out of everyday wedding photography. Couples who have chemistry and seek to have authentic moments with each other is what I am drawn to. I love raw emotion, tears, laughter, pure joy and I love to witness it from the corner instead of being out front. Taking a pair of shoes or rings to a quiet corner and making them sparkle or using dramatic light is just as fun to me as finding the moments that show how people felt on the wedding day. I would say my style is artistic, romantic, and true.
There are so many places to find inspiration, but I tend to look to my fellow photographers. I try to continue to push myself and to see things in a different way. Each time I shoot I try to do something I haven’t done before and usually for me, that comes from watching how other people see the world.
I feel there is so much time and energy spent on the bride for the wedding. Often the groom doesn’t put much thought into bringing his personality or style into his “look”. I have learned that if the groom takes time months in advance to think about how he would like to represent his personality and style on the wedding day, he feels much more confident and himself. Choosing a tailored suit, and going through each item and putting his unique mark really makes him stand out. Cufflinks, tie, socks, shoes, pocket square; the whole deal. Along with that is learning in advance how to wear and put on all these items and not trying to wing it on the wedding day.
I want my photos to make people feel something emotionally. I want them to remember how they felt when they looked at my image. I want it to capture a time in their life that they may not even remember and immortalize it for them.
Reach out to Daylene and her team via her website, here.