Interview with Moreau & Co wedding photography
If you follow the BE blog then you are well aware of our interest in interviewing Colorado’s most talented wedding photographers. And this past week, we chatted with Shawn and Jennifer Moreau, of Moreau & Co Photography.
Here’s what happened:
[Ryan] How would you describe your particular approach to wedding photography? What makes Moreau & Co different?
[Shawn] We specialize in candid photography. On your wedding day, that translates to a lack of photos prefaced with “can you pause there for a moment” and “okay, now pretend to be laughing”. We always tell our couples that we will never ask them to stop half way down the aisle so that we can get the perfectly posed shot. We thrive on authentic, genuine, raw emotion.
Your wedding will inevitably come with details, moments, and factors that you could potentially miss because you’re preoccupied, nervous, or overwhelmed by emotion. We make it a point to capture all of these for you and preserve them with our photography. We always take the obligatory posed family photos – but we love being a part of the moments that you’ll remember forever and those are the photos that we specialize in providing to our clients.
What kinds of things can a groom do to look his best in his wedding photos? Any common mistakes that grooms are making in your experience?
Admittedly, groom’s kind of have it easy when it comes to looking good on their wedding day. That said, it all starts with good planning and preparation. Get a suit that fits nicely. Have it tailored (it makes a huge difference). And unless your photographer tells you otherwise, keep your hands out of your pockets!
When shooting, where do you find inspiration?
We’re driven by the raw emotion that comes with a wedding day – whether that be the first time he sees his beautiful bride, or when the father of the bride dances with his daughter to a sentimental song that stir memories and soon after, tears. The love that is captured in those moments can be frozen in time because we’re there, and that means the world to us.
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