Wedding Photographer Eritrea. Swedish Eritrean Wedding. Stockholm Wedding.
We planned for a portrait session before the church ceremony, and family portraits after the ceremony. But somehow after the ceremony we got the family portraits done so fast and had still a lot of time, so we stayed for a few more shots before the party started. I like these shots a lot, much more relaxed, and the light was softer.
Eritrea Wedding Photographer. Swedish Eritrean Wedding. Stockholm Wedding.
What amazing photos! The first time we looked through them we could not believe that there were so many great photos. It’s very difficult to pick out a favourite. Everyone who have seen them thinks the photos are just as amazing as we do. Sara’s mother think they look like little paintings. We sent Joakim’s parents an album with selected photos and now his mother wants to show it to everyone she sees, even at work. Sara usually doesn’t feel comfortable having her photos taken and definitely not looking at the result. You made her feel so comfortable that this is what she feels and remembers when she looks at your photos. I am really glad that you documented almost the whole day for us and now we have all these memories that tells the story of our wedding.
You made us feel very much at ease during the day, it didn’t felt like we had just met you, but like you were one of our old friends which was very relaxing. We really like the way you work, giving us help along the way and encouraging, making us laugh and helping us with our “poses” when we felt a bit lost (it’s not like were experienced photo models). We appreciated your positive and cheerful attitude and so did our entire family and guests. This is something they told us after the wedding. You really blended in and people didn’t even notice that you were working. Everyone were telling us how they really liked you and were wondering how we had found you.
You were wearing appropriate clothes and looked like one of the guests which we really appreciated. We have been to a wedding a couple of weeks before where the photographer wore ripped baggy jeans and a saggy t-shirt with big prints and he really really stood out in a bad way. It was really horrible because that’s what people remembered from the ceremony in the church rather than the actual exchange of rings.
As mentioned before the very fact that you were able to be there most of the day enabled us to get photos that covered all the highlights of the day. You really succeeded in capturing many of our guests and we really appreciate the photos of our near and dear giving speeches during the dinner. These photos really show the emotions of the people in them. We can relive the moments just by looking at them.