Storytelling Wedding Photographers in Charleston SCStorytelling is definitely an art form. You must understand the task you are given. In my passion for this art in wedding photography, it is never a task, it is a passion a deep love for understanding the honor and privilege to be that chosen wedding photographer for those couples day. The want & must always be that proper storyteller. ..The art form of storytelling compromises of logical steps in the elements drawing the viewer into the frame the wedding in many details. Various wedding images photos in that composition. By knowing the way to achieve that best possible result in that photograph. It must have the emotion by always being meaningful, and perfect. Knowing this narrative behind the element is what I am always projecting in those wedding images I capture. ..The result is the curiosity of capturing an image that is beyond the obvious by evoking the love, and the emotion behind that image. The important role of a wedding photographer is to capture and document that day. While it may not be in motion like a video, you still have the due diligence of being that storyteller. The challenge of capturing those wedding clients emotion freezing those so very important moments in time for many generations to come. We have been given the gift of telling compelling stories in a single image or images, by knowing the concept of storytelling. Understanding the mechanics, the technical workflow takes decades of experiences by making sure your wedding image is not ambiguous but meaningful using your tools to be powerful in that final image you produce. Grabbing the viewers eyes, for the image or images that must be powerful and meaningful. ..The conclusion of it all is for the viewer to appreciate the image or images, by pausing and enjoying them in their own feelings and emotion what the image truly means to them. That is the power of photography and a true storyteller...!Keywords: Charleston (1179), Michel Berda (1140), photographer (1125), Wedding Photographer (1254).