My name is Sara Lobla, and I am a destination wedding photographer. I love to portray love in its purest essence.
My work is natural, I do not work to capture contest photos. My goal is to get 10 years old when couples see their photographs again, get excited and relive that wonderful day again.
How did you get into the wedding industry?
I come from the world of fashion. And despite what I've wanted, I needed to portray the moments, but you had real emotions. Now I can mix my two passions, the aesthetics of fashion and the beauty of emotions.
Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?
Each wedding is a new experience. New countries, new customs, new rituals... There is no better or worse experience. They are all wonderful. Because being my natural style work, I have the luck that my partners, when they hire me they trust 100% 100 in me and my work. I'm very fortunate.
What equipment do you use?
Before I used all my Nikon equipment, but I've been using Sonny for months and I'm really in love with my new team.
I always try to use natural light. I always carry two cameras and double the copy of security in each of my cameras.
What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?
It is difficult for me to choose which is my favorite moment. I think the sum of everything is what makes those photographs all day magical. Because the sum of all of them is like a silent film. And the moment I finished editing all the pictures and I can see them all together, that moment! It is one of my favorites!
Eat pray love.
City of joy.
I have a lot of favorite books...
The most humble art is to make a person happy
Any advice for Brides and Grooms?
Clear! I always tell all the couples that get in touch with me, that the most important thing is that I trust the 100x100 photographer to hire me or another partner. But the confidence and the feeling is very important to be able to do a good job and that they are then happy with the result. Prior communication is very important and both parties are looking forward to that day.
Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?
For me, the competition is healthy and necessary. And more than giving advice, I like when we help each other.