Hello, We are EMILY & EURIC,  Lake Charles Wedding Photographer.

      When we realized we were shooting the wrong details

      EVERYTHING FELL INTO PLACE
      The right details, Lake Charles Wedding Photographer. Yes, shooting tablescapes & invitations is important for capturing the day. But what happens if you switch the focus to capturing the details of people? How you look at him – how he runs his finger tips down your arm.
      Above all, each image should transport you to that time 5, 15, 30 years later on down the road.

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      After everything is over, these images will be all that’s left. They will be what your memories are built from. Because of that, how do you want them to look? Then, how do you want your kids and grandkids to remember you? So, tell us your dreams, and let us guide you there, also Lake Charles wedding photographer.

      That’s why we’re here. To listen, to learn, and to help.
      also, YOU NEED SOMEONE WHO’S WILLING TO HELP WITH YOUR DESIGN. SOMEONE WHO KNOWS WHAT PHOTOGRAPHS WELL.

      then, YOU NEED HELP PICKING FLORALS? TABLE SETTING? DRESS? VENUE? GREAT, WE’D LOVE TO HELP.YOU NEED SOMEONE WHO FEELS LIKE A FRIEND SOMETIMES, A PROFESSIONAL SOMETIMES, A PIECE OF THE BACKGROUND SOMETIMES.
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      WITH FILM, WE DON’T KNOW HOW THE IMAGE LOOKS UNTIL IT’S DEVELOPED
      Does That Excite Or Scare You?

      Lake Charles Wedding Photographer. YOU HAVE TO HAVE A DEEP LEVEL OF TRUST IN YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER. WHEN YOU CAN LET GO OF ALL DOUBT AND FEEL SECURE THAT YOU’RE IN GOOD HANDS, ONLY THEN CAN YOU LET YOUR GUARD DOWN AND SHOW THE CAMERA THE REAL YOU.
      THAT SHOULD EXCITE YOUI PICKED UP MY FIRST CAMERA IN HIGH SCHOOL. BACK THEN IT WAS ONLY FILM, NO DIGITAL. furthermore I LEARNED IN THE DARKROOM NOT PHOTOSHOP. Lake Charles Wedding Photographer

      Above all, you had to learn to get it right the first time… everytime. That’s a fundamental lesson a lot photographers today never learn. Most just pick up a camera and immediately call themselves photographers. So, I do understand everyone has to start somewhere, but it’s important for you, the client to be able to tell the difference.

      Because of this, I need my clients to understand the kind of photographer they are getting. Everything is thought out and planned for, thought out and planned for you.LEARN MORE ABOUT WHY FILM

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      “When we eliminate the need to control, what do we see? What can we capture?” The first time we heard Ginny Au say those words it changed our lives. It’s an amazing feeling for both our clients and us each and every time. Then, we build a space for you to move freely in. Guided by our suggestions we watch the events unfold. We don’t interact or interrupt, just document the natural you.LEARN ABOUT LOOM

      The Way We See / the WORLD Lake Charles Wedding Photographer
      Loom is the name given to this style of shooting. Because, it represents the natural and organic way we capture our images.

      It’s designed to take the awkwardness out of posing and allows a true representation of how our clients feel and communicate, not just what they look like. So, It completely takes all pressure off you by letting you move freely with no expectations on what you “should” do.

      Then, we find what the couple enjoys doing together. Then base the shoots around that. We place them in the middle of a thought out a scene and let them interact with each other naturally. Lake Charles Wedding Photographer

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      This would be any type of image where you cannot see the eyes of the subject or the image is focused on a detail or prop. Examples of this type of shot would be an up-close capture of a subject’s earrings, an image of a bride holding her bouquet, a shot of a girl laying on her fiancé (cropped from the lips down). Again, any shot where no eyes are seen or the focus is on a detail falls under this subcategory.

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      Emotions on the wedding day

      When most people think of a portrait they either think of smiling or serious, so these are the most common shots submitted. I am not saying there is anything wrong with these types of shots, since there is a reason they are so common. I am saying a curator is not going to want to see 40 images of one facial expression, or just two for that matter. We want to see a variety. We want to see smiling, serious, giggly, smirking, mysterious, head thrown back laughing, etc. There are so many emotions that can be captured on the human face, so why stick to just two?

       

      Movement

      Images with movement have to be some of my all time favorites. They are also the types of images that can add so much variation and uniqueness to a shoot, yet I rarely see them. I would define a move-ment shot as one that is captured of either a 3/4th body, full body, or far away portrait where the subject is not standing still and the movement is obvious.

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      This can include running, twirling, jumping into someone’s arms, spinning around, playing with hair, ruffling a dress with hands, etc. There is so much possibility to these types of shots, so get creative with them! These types of shots not only add a unique touch to your submission, they also add feeling and life. You can feel a story being told and unfolded in the images. It truly is something that can draw a curator in.

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      Please also see our educational film site, belle lumiere, and workshop page.

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      EMILY & EURIC
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      Lake Charles, LA
      The moment we realized we were shooting the wrong details
      EVERYTHING FELL INTO PLACE

      -THE RIGHT DETAILS-


      Yes, shooting tablescapes & invitations is important for capturing the day. But what happens if you switch the focus to capturing the details of people? How you look at him – how he runs his finger tips down your arm.

      Above all, each image should transport you to that moment 5, 15 or 30 years later on down the road.View Our Portfolio

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      dream

      Your wedding day is part of your
      VISUAL LEGACY.

      AFTER EVERYTHING IS OVER, THESE IMAGES WILL BE ALL THAT'S LEFT. THEY'LL BE WHAT YOUR MEMORIES ARE BUILT FROM.

      How do you want them to look? How do you want your kids and grandkids to remember you? Tell us your dreams, and let us guide you there.


      That's why we're here. To listen, to learn, and to help.

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      You need someone who's willing to help with your design. Someone who knows what photographs well.
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      You need help picking florals? Table setting? Dress? Venue? Great, we'd love to help.
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      YOU NEED SOMEONE WHO FEELS LIKE A FRIEND SOMETIMES, A PROFESSIONAL SOMETIMES, A PIECE OF THE BACKGROUND SOMETIMES.

      You need YOUR photographer to know

      how to style



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      WITH FILM, WE DON'T KNOW HOW THE IMAGE LOOKS UNTIL IT'S DEVELOPED

      Does That Excite Or Scare You?

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      You have to have a deep level of trust in your photographer. When you can let go of all doubt and feel secure that you're in good hands, only then can you let your guard down and show the camera the real you.
      That should excite you

      I picked up my first camera in high school. Back then it was only film, no digital. I learned in the darkroom not photoshop.

      You had to learn to get it right the first time... everytime. That's a fundamental lesson a lot photographers today never learn. Most just pick up a camera and immediately call themselves photographers. I do understand everyone has to start somewhere, but it's important for you, the client to be able to tell the difference.

      I need my clients to understand the kind of photographer they are getting. Everything is thought out and planned for, thought out and planned for you.

      LEARN MORE ABOUT WHY FILM

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      LOOM

      “When we eliminate the need to control, what do we see? What can we capture?”
      -Ginny AuLEARN ABOUT LOOM

      The Way We See / the WORLD

      Loom is the name given to this style of shooting. It represents the organic way we capture our images and is designed to take the awkwardness out of posing. It allows for a true representation of how our clients feel and communicate, not just what they look like.

      We build a space for you to move freely in. Guided by our suggestions we watch the events unfold. We don't interact or interrupt, just document the natural you.

      It takes all pressure off you by letting you move freely with no expectations on what you "should" do. LEARN ABOUT LOOM

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