My business philosophy.
In 2012 for Photographic Technology and every year take at least 1 workshop or class to expand my knowledge and experience in this ever-evolving industry. I hated school pictures, and I think it’s a safe bet to say you probably did too, because what kind of person likes that?! My goal is to create an environment that in no way shape or form resembles school pictures! My mission is to make this process comfortable, and easy.
How I Achieve This.
I try to embody a photojournalistic approach in my style as much as possible. I do this as it’s the best way to get real and candid moments. The genuine moments that happen on your big day are so valuable. With that being said I want you to look and feel good. Because I want both of those things, I do a little posing. For example, I may adjust for prime light and I will sometimes help coach you through what we’re doing.
You can feel secure knowing that I will never interrupt a moment as it unfolds naturally, but if you’re about to do something specific I might suggest moving to a better spot.
Josie Nicole Photography’s’ style is to make sure you get the best and most real images from your special day.
I always try to keep my posing to a minimum, however, I know how awkward it can feel being in front of the camera so I want to make sure you know what I’m doing and feel encouraged along the way to help you relax into it.
Ultimately I’m there to capture special moments for you to remember forever. Your wedding day is full of memories and people that you love, unfortunately, it’s impossible to remember it all after the fact. That’s where your wedding photos come in. They’re with you for the rest of your life.
These photos sit on your coffee table, your walls and your fridges… Not mine (unless you send me a thank you card, which is cool, and I’ve kept every single thank you card I’ve ever gotten from a client! They’re literally on my fridge!) Anywho, it’s all about you and your memories to keep forever.
These moments that happen are to be cherished. Moments to re-live on your anniversary, to show your grandkids, for those daily reminders of the promise you made and the love you share. That’s why I do what I do.