I had some challenge moments during the day, as managing a completely different light from the one I’m used to working in can be tricky. In June in England it is not the best light to work with.
There are great contrasts and very bright lights. For me, who loves to work in color, it was quite difficult to have a job that was chromatically uniform. The most critical moment was when the Vicar told me that in no way I could move from the back of the church and I would have to take the whole ceremony without flash and without being able to approach the altar.
And since in my journalistic style I mostly use a medium wide focal length, it was not easy to shoot a ceremony almost totally with the zoom.
In the past two years my photographic vision is aimed at a journalistic style, where truth and simplicity are the heart of content. What I wanted to do was tell not only to shoot a wedding but tell the story of the country and its lifestyle as I had have experimented it.
This wedding can be described as the crazy and fantastic England reality.