The visual culture has changed. Instagram and social networks invade us every day with countless images. The internet is filled with places to get inspired and see all kinds of wedding photography from around the world. Both the bride and groom and all services around the wedding are influenced by the trends and fashions that are emerging.

If you are looking for a photographer for your wedding you will have noticed that a world of extensive limits opens before you. The best wedding photography in the world has acquired another dimension, has a fresh and spontaneous language that is inspired by cinema, music, fashion …

It is important not to get carried away by four pretty pictures. Today we all have a good photo on our mobile, it’s just a matter of probability, if you make thousands of photos, some will work out.

The complicated thing is to get good photos in a continuous and consistent way, in order to assess the quality and style of any photographer it is imperative to see complete works from different weddings from beginning to end.

Another important factor in choosing our wedding photographer is the feeling we have with him. He’ll live your wedding closely for 10 or 12 straight hours, so someone you’re not comfortable with is the last thing you want to have around.

The current generation, lives each event with the intention of capturing moments, sensations and memories that carry us back to relive those emotions.

From our beginnings we have believed that the main thing was to document this day focusing especially on family, boyfriends and friends. Unlike other photographers, it is not a matter of making a series of photos as a fashion editorial with our artistic style without more, but of capturing the unique stories and emotions that happen in each wedding and that are truly important in your lives . Do not let other superficial themes cloud or divert us from the main.

We have our photography studio in Barcelona, ​​but we move to the end of the world if necessary 🙂

As far as we are concerned, we are artists and enjoy photography, but above all we are people who photograph people.

“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”