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European Convention for Wedding Photographers

BODAF: The Biggest European Convention for Wedding Photographers

Yves SchepersNicole + Carrie (Junebug)Jim PollardKen PakSara Byrne,Daniel Ruedas & Anna DevísPhil ChesterChris ParkinsonIgor Bulgak,Christopher AndersonPablo LaguiaSerafin CastilloIvan PerezIsabelle Hattink (FotoBelle)Sean + Melanie Flanigan (A Fist Full Of Bolts)Rocio VegaFrank Boutonnet

In March I had the great opportunity to attend the BODAF in Barcelona. A priceless experience. “Ninth edition of the most anticipated wedding congress. If you want to learn and grow as a professional image Bodaf Europe is the largest congress in Europe. 3 days of lectures, Master Classes, Keynotes and 1000 square meters of commercial offer with simultaneous translation to English for lectures and masterclasses.

All in the center of Barcelona in Auditorium Axa (600 attendees last edition) surrounded by shops, restaurants and design areas for your leisure time.

BODAF is the reference since 2010 to meet the photographers of tomorrow.”

Be more of a person and less a photographer.

There are many reasons to be thankful and proud for being a wedding photographer.

I see stories.

I choose to shoot weddings the way I love and couples chose me.

Rise above and be exceptional.

“We are a wedding photography collective based out of Western Washington State- shooting weddings nationally and internationally for the past 10 years. We’re not much for talking about ourselves, but it turns out it’s really important. We will say this. We live a life that is incredibly more wonderful than we could have ever imagined – it’s because we operate out of our hearts.”

Sean + Melanie Flanigan (A Fist Full Of Bolts)

“FotoBelle was founded by Isabelle Hattink in 2001 after finishing the Academy of Fine Arts St. Joost in Breda. FotoBelle consists of a team of different photographers. Isabelle always comes to photograph the wedding with one of her colleagues.”

Isabelle Hattink (FotoBelle)

“Every wedding is unique, and you are there to capture those unique stories that will allow the couple and family to look at their images years from now and remember the day vividly.”

Ken Pak

An engineer who is overflowing with ambition and has no fear of stepping out of his comfort zone? A cocktail that led to Yves exchanging the dull business world to become a rising star in wedding photography. He plays with light and shapes to create strongly graphic portraits that he combines with powerful moments.”

Yves Schepers

“I live in Portland Oregon with my partner Phil and my 2 kitties. I’ve been photographing weddings and other things for about 7 years now and it has been a journey of ups and downs and constant growth.”

Sara Byrne

“Phil’s a human living in Portland, Oregon with his girlfriend Sara and his two cat babies and he really digs taking photos of couples. Like a lot. When he’s not shooting he’s generally traveling with his lady, watching any film from A24, working on his dunk game, slaying people in Settlers of Catan, or trying to write synthy 80s movie soundtracks.”

Phil Chester

An engineer who is overflowing with ambition and has no fear of stepping out of his comfort zone? A cocktail that led to Yves exchanging the dull business world to become a rising star in wedding photography. He plays with light and shapes to create strongly graphic portraits that he combines with powerful moments.”

Yves Schepers

“Hello. I’m Chris. As a kid, I had dreams of growing up and becoming a dinosaur, mainly a velociraptor. i have too many pairs of vans, I love the rain, pistachios, driving with the windows down & peanut butter sandwiches (crunchy)”

Chris Parkinson

“I have been a photographer for over 15 years and although I have had the possibility to work in many sectors such as documentary photography, fashion etc. there is nothing that motivates me more than a beautiful story.”

Pablo Laguia

“Silent, Accomplice, Discreet, Humble …”

Serafin Castillo

“I am defined better by my images than my words. What does photography means for me? It is quite everything. Constant things happen around us, unforgettable moments are the guard in the memory and age, the magic of the photography keeps them alive forever.”

Rocio Vega

“I have been a documentary photographer for more than 10 years now, and I divide my time between my daughter, my personal long-term projects, my wedding photo-reportages, and “item” the collective I co-founded in 2001 and which brings together six documentary photographers, a videographer and a graphic designer.  All this fills me deeply, passionately…”

Frank Boutonnet

 

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