Rosy & Derk's Wedding
The Gouda Netherlands Wedding of Rosy and Derk
The Gouda Netherlands Wedding of Rosy and Derk, started very early at Hekendorp with the preparation of Rosy. The make up was made by Bijna Niemand from Piura Peru, we were taking about how brides come down on their special day. I got to appreciate Rosy’s father who is a gentleman, we were talking about dutch culture, listening to his concepts of this beatiful country, and also spending time with Olivia, who was practing her wedding speech. The ceremony took place at Stolwijk, we had the support of Lumineux , who took care of the wedding looks. A Mexican style wedding at Netherlands. Hope you enjoy it !!
Don’t hesitate to reach out by phone or email so we can talk about your special day and your needs to create a one of a kind package for you!! The more information you can tell us about your day, the better it will be for us to provide you with a lot of useful information and custom collections in our initial reply.
Would you like to have a video conference call to talk a little bit more about what I can offer you
I would like to invite you to visit my website where you can see I work with couples from other countries.
For me it is very important the light during the couple shooting,
That is why I would like if we could see the timeline (itinerary) of your event to know at what hour you are considering me (wedding photos)
I would like you to see this web gallery , this is the way I deliver my work, here are all the photos of the event in high resolution and available if you want to share or download and send to your family
I would like to explain you about how I distribute my work
10 % is taking photos of details, the venue montage, the bride accessories and also the groom
20% of our work is to take portrait photographs, in this moment I have the control of the situation and I can give you directions to make you feel comfortable and make you look better
the rest of the time, I mean 70 % is trying to tell a story with spontaneous elements
Without poses, without looking at the camera, the great moments, those who do not return and those that when they are saved forever will be the most remembered at the end of the event.
For me it is quite useful to meet you in a previous session, maybe a day before if you can, also in this way you can meet me and see how I work
For me it is quite useful to meet you in a previous session, maybe a day before if you can, perhaps in this way you can meet me and see how I work
When can we talk about it ? For me is important to know if you are interested
I want to know the structure of your event
maybe we can create a personalized proposal according to your wedding, what do you think?
What are those added values that my work gives you?
I have 16 years of experience as a wedding photographer
We have worked with several foreign couples (international couples)
We have the support of several agencies where opinions guarantee our work
We are currently in the top ten of Fearless Photographers in Mexico
During a wedding we are the supplier who works more time (at wedding day & post-production)
We are who will save the testimony of your wedding for all your life.
We do the event logistics study and review
We respect delivery times
Maintain the same level of quality in all events.
We have a code of conduct and dress
We provide ideas
We propose solutions
We offer support and suggest
We will be ready to change the plans
We resolve disadvantages
Ready for solving problems
We will make portraits of you together, with your family and friends because we know the value of these photographs for you.
We will focus on the details for which you invested so much and are a fundamental part of that great day.
We will be looking to tell the story of what happened on the most important day of your lives
I am passionate about my work , it is not only about taking photos of this great day, we also defend our perceverance and prestige. Each event represent a personal challenge
it is not only about taking photos that great day, we also defend our perseverance and prestige. Each event represents a personal challenge.
We make the photos that we would have liked someone to do at our wedding.
We make an schedule/agenda of your wedding and we review it with all the information you gave us
We respect delivery times and if there is a delay, we notify and say when it will be resolved
The payment plan is open, it must only be cleared one week before the event, we have limited availability, don not let somebody win your date.
Full payment required a week before the event
Are you looking for beatiful photos ?
Moments like this deserve an awesome image
How would you like to remember that great day
Those intimate moments … Ready for the great day? Are you ready for the great day ?
the wait is over ?, the kings of the dance floor
Thanks for your interest, I would like to share the photographic coverage options, although we can also put together a proposal according to what you are looking for.
I sell complete stories, I try not to quote for hours, I prefer that you tell me a little more about how your event will be
Do you already have everything ready for your wedding? Are you looking at last minute? O moment o time
Our work makes sense years later
With the passage/pass of time the images make more sense
With the time the pictures are more powefull
With the time, photos become stronger
We consider since the getting ready untill the party
We are experts in weddings
From our lens to the palm of your hand
The amateur make great photos when everything is going right
The professional makes great photos when everything is going wrong
That´s what you´re paying for.
Don’t let them surprise you
You´re in time for the best part of your live
9 of each 10 clients recommend our work
I would love to be at your wedding and contribute with my experience to make the memory of that day memorable.
Get in touch with a wedding specialist
Send me a message, I’ll answer you straight away
The photographer is one of the most important suppliers of your event, invest in quality memories.
The main thing is to have a good communication with him, if there are any surprises, let him know.
You can solve some doubts with him, remember “that” he has experience
Support us with some words from those involved, as well as from someone offering a toast.
To the extent possible, ensure that there is a speaker so the toast it is heard clearly.
Support us with some words from those involved, as well as from someone offering a toast.
To the extent possible, ensure that there is a speaker so the toast it’is heard clearly.
Assign a person to offer the toast, either your dad or someone who has a special meaning.
Ask the waiter captain or planner that during the waltz and out of respect for the origin of the celebration they give us 3 minutes where no one crosses.
You can also ask the DJ not to project colored lights during the waltz (ONLY DURING THE FIRST WALTZ)
Dry ice (Smoke) is no longer used, you can opt for sparks or bursts of paper.
“Experienced photographers can make it seem easy because they have learned a lot over the years to overcome the difficulties of a wedding day.”
“Taking a good picture one time is easy-but taking good pictures every time, in every condition is exhausting.”
“After shooting many different genres of photography professionally, I can safely say that wedding photography is the most challenging I’ve done.”
“Sure, it’s ‘easy’-if the timeline is padded, the light is bright and even, the weather is perfect, nothing/no one is running late, no external lighting is necessary, and you have clients who only want proof that the day happened. But what happens when something doesn’t go exactly as planned? Do you want someone who buckles under that pressure, or someone who can get it done and get it done artfully?”
“The wedding day is 10 to 20 percent of the work. The rest of the days are spent selecting the best images, editing, color correcting, etc. This can take a lot of time depending on the number of images and any special conditions that may need more attention.”
“The wedding day is the easy part. Hours, weeks, and sometimes months of editing, album designing, and putting together deliverables is what a wedding photographer’s job is all about.”
“You only see us working on the wedding day. And if you love working with us on your wedding day, here’s likely why: The day ran smoothly because we knew the venue and your style. We were prepared with a shot list, our batteries were charged, and gear was ready. We likely had a meeting/creative shoot beforehand, which makes working together so much easier! Also, how did you find us? And did you fall in love with out photos? That required hours of marketing and social media, with some web design skills. It’s also years of us learning how to get those perfect, candid, emotional shots you love!”
“Photography is not a beggar’s game. We choose wedding photography because we love to shoot weddings. Give us anything else and we will still give you exceptional results.”
“We’re all different. If you had three different photographers at your wedding they’d tell three different stories with their images.”
“Sometimes clients do show me some photos and ask that I do something similar. In those instances, I’ll talk about how each photo shoot is unique to a client’s personality. I thank them for showing me what they like and then ask them to trust me-as we’ll get photos that are true to them.”
“No image can be re-created exactly, as the light, equipment, and subjects are all different from the inspirational source. The more you try to control an image, the less happy you will be with the outcome in that situation. Organic cooperation and feedback is much more satisfying-and the work is original.”
“Why would you like an imitation instead of having something created during the moment specially for you?”
“True life is not always pretty, but that’s what makes it beautiful. We can appreciate the wonderful moments because we live through those that aren’t perfect. The real, unposed moments may be stressful or ‘unpretty’ at the time they happen, but as life goes on, they will be cherished and maybe even fondly remembered. The raw moments we capture offer a glimpse into people’s lives that overly posed, ‘pretty’ photos cannot convey.”
“Wedding photos have to be real. They are about the love and the people gathered, so they have to capture the reality of each couple, family, and group of friends. Whatever the location, the people, or the situation, what is pretty at the end of the day is capturing that special day for our clients and making them happy when they look at their photos.”
While wedding photography may not stack up as critical against fresh air and clean water, the photographers who responded to our survey pointed out that weddings aren’t about necessity.
“Lots of things on a wedding day aren’t a ‘necessity.’ Do your guests really need to eat? Do you really need flowers and centerpieces? Nope. And you don’t really need photographs of your day-but I can promise you you’ll regret not getting them. Photographs are our legacy. They preserve our memories and history.”
“It’s a luxury, but so is a wedding. You don’t have to throw a wedding-you could just get the paperwork from the state. But why spend a day with the people who mean the most, dress up, throw an amazing party, and not have anything but your memories to remember it by?”
“If you’re investing in a large gathering to celebrate your marriage, then the time spent with friends and family becomes the dominant reason for the celebration. My most cherished photograph from my wedding is a photo of my grandfather and I dancing. Photographs only increase in value with time. Can you say the same about a dress or the flowers?”
While great photos can seem magical, photographers are not miracle workers. The “magic” that makes exceptional images happen is actually the result of exceptional skills, exhaustive planning, a lot of patience, and knowing how to make the very best of whatever situation arises.
“Every photograph we make has many ingredients to it: time, location, light, etc. Being deprived of time, especially, makes it extremely difficult to deliver the types of portraits that most brides and grooms would expect. If you are going to give us less than ten minutes to take your portraits in a church parking lot, there may not be any amount of ‘magic’ we can do to make that stand up to the rest of the work you have seen from us.”
“Sometimes we can make magic, but not always. It’s so important to have a conversation with your photographer before your wedding so that you both know what the expectations are when it’s all over. The more your know about how your photographer makes photographs, the better the end result will be!”
“Those of us known for our creative portraits can use our vision, some clever lighting, and the odd trick to make stunning portraits in the most unlikely of settings. On the flip side, clients sometimes hope we can achieve what is impossible. Many a photographer has been sent a Pinterest board of sunny, beach photos ahead of a winter wedding at a golf club!”
“We can’t make magic, but you can. Relax. Be you. Let yourself laugh, cry, and be fully present. Allow yourself to feel all the feels. That’s what makes real magic. The formalities of the day should take a backseat to the magic of authentic moments.”
“You can’t make up a moment that didn’t happen.”
“A lot of things can be Photoshopped: pimples, distractions, and even a tyrannosaurus rex or the Millennium Falcon. What can’t be Photoshopped is a tearful father who never cries, the clenched handkerchief in a grandmother’s hand, or the look of quiet yet unbridled joy on your mother’s face during the ceremony. Some of the most important moments happen once and can’t be repeated, faked, or Photoshopped. Don’t expect a computer program to create a reality that didn’t exist in the first place and don’t allow it mitigate the purity of your memories.”
Here are some additional thoughts by wedding photographers on why Photoshop isn’t the miracle cure many people think it is.
“We’re artists, not magicians! If a moment wasn’t there, we can’t make it so. Sometimes what we envision doesn’t actually happen, but that doesn’t mean that the real moment isn’t valuable in its own right. We can Photoshop some things, sure, but not everything. And isn’t real life more fun, anyway?”
“When we’re delivering hundreds of photos, even a ‘small touch-up’ could take 5 extra minutes. If that small touch-up needs to be applied to something in multiple photos (let’s say, your cousin’s braces need to be removed from every photo they’re in-and they’re in 100 photos) that’s an extra 8 hours of editing.”
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I’m available to work abroad, anywhere in the world. If you like my photo style, please feel free to contact me anytime.