The ‘moment’ is something we all strive to look for not only in our photos, but in our lives. I am of the belief that moments happen regardless whether there are people watching or not.
Sometimes the best moments happens when no one is looking. A cherry tree blossoming sheds its petals very naturally over time. The most natural and most beautiful moments often happen without human intervention.
In those moments, the wind loosens the petals and it flows through space and time. No disturbance, free of intervention.
The moment doesn’t last and comes only once a year. I take the same philosophy for my work.
My style of photography, following this idea of ‘that moment when cherry trees blooms’ (or ‘Sakura’ in Japanese), during a wedding is more documentary and lean on the side of more natural looking photos, uninterrupted, pure emotion and expression. Just you and your close family and friends.