Professional Photographer (UK)’s March issue features “the holy trinity of international wedding photographers”, Crash Taylor, Jasmine Star and Yervant, in a competitive pitch for the royal gig.
An interesting range of approaches between the three, but we’re human and Crash had us at Queensberry:
“Albums would be handcrafted in New Zealand by Queensberry, which is the Tiffany of wedding albums worldwide.”
I like how Crash stresses the significance of the event … the latest installment in the continuing story of the House of Windsor. It’s not just about love and dresses!
Weddings are celebrations of love, significance and pride, but never more so than here. You’d better get context and story right if you want this gig.
But just saying that makes a point.
It is the story of Kate and William after all. And their Mum and Dad. Grabbing the little glances, intimacies and gestures out of all that pomp and circumstance would be a real challenge, and a real gift, wouldn’t it?
I smell a couple of albums at least.
Surely they’ve got the budget.
Update: Some people are taking this a little seriously. Check out the comments.
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