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Laura and Robert’s Biltmore Estate Wedding – Photojournalist Style

Here is a Biltmore Estate wedding we shot earlier this summer that never got a “teaser” blog post. ::gasp:: Since there are lots of wonderful photos from this wedding we will start you off with just a few.

There are so many aspects of wedding photography that make us jump out of our chairs with joy. One part of the thrill is the photojournalist style – also referred to as candid shots or “natural moments.” There is nothing posed or staged about these types of photos and typically the subjects are unaware their photo is being taken. And this isn’t a paparazzi scenario where we are hiding in a van taking snapshots of guests from afar; people are aware there are photographers at the wedding.

Whether it be children playing games, grandparents dancing, or the bride and groom having a moment during the ceremony, it’s these moments that reveal the true essence and emotions of people without a photographer’s direction or interference. So here are a few photo-journalistic images from Laura and Robert’s Biltmore Estate wedding. Check back next week for a full write-up and more photos from this wedding!

We hope everyone has a fantastic weekend. For most of us it’s the last official weekend of summer, so enjoy it!

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Galen and Derek are both members of the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) and have a passion for the art of photography.

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  • Christie O. {Hindsight Bride} - I so very much love your style. I always feel like I know the people in your pictures. You capture the emotions of each wedding beautifully!

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