My approach to wedding photography is not the standard “photojournalistic” style. While I see myself as a photographer in this vein, I seek to not only capture the events of the day, but also document those intimate moments, with an unobtrusive eye. I don’t want to be a news reporter—I want to customize your images to fit your particular style and event, avoiding formulas for photography. From my own experience with the modern bride, a mix of planned group shots with fun candids gives each couple a special documentation of their day, including both the spontaneous and carefully thought out aspects of the event.
About the Photographer:
Corbin Gurkin was trained as a fine art photographer at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She has since then photographed weddings internationally, spending much of her time working in Tuscany as a destination wedding photographer. Given the Golden Light Award for portraiture in 2004 and listed as one the top 50 photographers in the US, Corbin’s fresh, young approach to image-making has seen publication in numerous magazines across the country. For more information on Corbin’s wedding photography, please visit her website www.corbingurkin.com and click on the “Just For Brides” Link.