Fotógrafo Editorial de Bodas & Filmmaker

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TRABAJO

MI COMPROMISO

 

Como fotógrafo editorial de bodas una de las cosas que he aprendido a lo largo de estos años de trabajo internacional, es que las historias no importando el lugar, son una de las cosas mas cautivantes para el género humano. Es cosa de ver la popularidad de los libros, TV, el cine, etc. Siempre queremos devorarnos una buena historia. Y estamos seguros que tanto la fotografía como el vídeo (fotografía en movimiento) son un muy buen medio de contar estas historias.

Cuando esta fotografía logra ser testigo privilegiado de estos momentos, de estas historias, de estas familias, es cuando la fotografía perdura en el tiempo, y se transforma en verdaderas memorias.

No se puede subestimar el valor que tendrán estos recuerdos, y menos en uno de los días mas importantes de nuestra vida. ¿Hay algo más perdurable en el tiempo que una buena fotografía? ¿Existe algún otro medio que guardara memoria de tu historia?

Mi entrega, mi profesionalismo, junto con mi trabajo como fotógrafo de bodas, son la prueba de cuanto valoro el ser testigo y tener la responsabilidad de capturar tus futuras memorias.

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ESTILO

FOTOGRAFICO

 

Mi fotografía es el resultado de una combinación de estilos fotográficos. Por un lado mi fotografía documental-humanitaria con un cúmulo de años de trabajo para organizaciones internacionales humanitarias. Donde la definición de documentar es captar momentos reales, sin preparación alguna, lo que esta pasando in-situ. Y por otra parte mi fotografía Editorial, donde mi trabajo consiste en crear un escenario, un ambiente, un “look” determinado para mis clientes. Donde todo es un poco mas preparado. (Te invito a ver ambas galerías con mis años de experiencia)

Una cosa que rescato del feedback de la gente que ve mi fotografía es que siempre termina hablando de la “luz” que hay en ellas. La mayoría del tiempo me veras buscando la mejor luz natural del lugar donde nos encontremos o creando esa luz, cuando no exista. El dominio de la luz es uno de mis fuertes. 

Y volviendo a mis raíces documentales, me encanta mostrar Momentos reales de tu día, emociones, situaciones, anécdotas, en fin. Fotografia muy honesta y directa. (Te invito a ver esta última galería) 

3.

RESERVA

TU BODA

 

Después de una década en Medio Oriente, el año 2016 nos mudamos de vuelta a Chile! Por ahora viviendo tanto en la ciudad de Santiago como en la costa de Algarrobo, hermoso lugar. Si estas pensando en este bello país para tu matrimonio o tu boda destino (Wedding Destination – mira esta entrada en mi Blog donde hablo de esta tendencia) déjame decirte que haz elegido muy bien. Aquí encontraras algunas de las mejores y mas diversas locaciones del mundo! 

¿Necesitas mis servicios en otro país? Trabajo en cualquier lugar donde estén mis clientes.

Usualmente trato de conocer en persona a mis clientes, pero si ello no es posible, entonces Skype u otro servicio es suficiente. Estoy disponible para conversar cuando lo necesites. Sin compromiso alguno.

Para contactarme puedes usar desde la pagina de contacto aquí, o simplemente escríbeme directo a: ask@hebervega.com – Mi teléfono es +569 4578 5417, estoy disponible en WhatsApp o FaceTime.

Precios. Me gusta ser muy directo y que mis clientes puedan encontrar fácilmente mis precios o información . Aquí tienes nuestro último catálogo con descripción de todos nuestros packs y productos para el año 2017.

Ojalá podamos conocernos! Te invito un café si es que tienes tiempo.

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MOMENTOS

FOTOGRAFO EDITORIAL DE BODAS – DOCUMENTANDO TU GRAN DIA.

 

Para complementar tu experiencia con nosotros, ofrecemos sesiones fotográficas antes y/o después del día de tu matrimonio, en algunos packs estos vienen incluidos de forma gratuita. Descarga tu catálogo con todos los packs disponibles!

 También ofrecemos sesiones de Compromiso, Civil, Pre y Post Boda.

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SESIONES FOTOGRÁFICAS

“Refugees” for Preemptive Love Coalition
A few weeks back I had one of those last minute calls offering an assignment the next day. After realizing that the call was from one of my favourite charities in the world, I was ready to clear my schedule, move some appointments and go for it. And I’m glad I did! PLC (Preemptive Love Coalition) had the mission to travel 200+ kilometres to the city of Erbil, and find a special family of refugees that had fled from the northern area of Mosul because of ISIS persecution and the slaughtered of people there. (If you haven’t seen the news lately, that area of Kurdistan has received about 2 million IDPs -Internal Displaced People.) This fami ...
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A Cover for Kirkuk Center for Torture Victims
In September 2012 I had the privilege to meet in person some of the workers and directors behind the Kirkuk Center for Torture Victims. Kirkuk-center.org, as they state on their website, “is a human rights organization assisting traumatized victims of torture, persecution and violence in Iraq. We believe in a democratic society where the dignity of the human person is respected, where adults and children enjoy the right to life and liberty, and where citizens are free from torture and terror.” At our initial meeting, we discussed the development of the “cover” for their upcoming annual report. In 2011 they had paid for a stock image that ...
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Product shooting – Los Búhos
One of the surprises I found this time when I returned to Chile was that one of my dear friends is now crafting and brewing beer. He’s started his own company, established a lab, and has just begun the production of a beer called “Los Búhos” (which means The Owls in Spanish). It’s exquisite, to say the least. More than just a beer with great flavour, this beer has a lot of dedication, passion and craft behind it. I think that was the main reason why I was inspired to create this shoot. My friend has invested a lot of time in developing a method through studying the old traditions of crafting and brewing beer, and not relying on more “modern” ...
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Maternity
A few days ago, I finally made the time to photograph my best friend and wife, Belen Leon, at 9 months pregnant! Yes, I really cut it close to the time that our fourth son is due. This will probably be the last child we add to our family by birth, so we wanted to mark the occasion with a special shoot. Our intention was to photograph Belen as naturally as possible, and to be faithful to who she is she as a woman, and in that way to avoid some of the over-done looks that you can find easily on the internet. We scouted the venue just a few minutes before the shoot. Improvisation was key. And the location and time of the day turned out to be ...
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My Work for SALT International
Last week I had one of those assignments that are a blast from the beginning until the very last shot. It started with a 3-hour drive through one of my favorites landscapes to go to the city of Erbil (known as Hawler in the local language), the capital of Kurdistan.  Were on the road at 3am and as we drove, waited for the sun to rise and surprise us again with the beautiful early morning light on the slopes that cover Kurdistan (next time we'll photograph more of that too). I arranged an early start due to the high temperatures that we have in summer in Iraq, so at 7am Erin Wilson and I met up with some of the Agrisoya members in Erbil (Er ...
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Haunted Memories
It's not that I don’t have fond memories to recall. But I have a haunting memory that I need to get out of me. I’ve been thinking about my childhood; I’ve been trying to reconcile with my past, a past that I try to put together a piece at a time for my children to understand.  But my mind returns again and again to these haunting thoughts. Even now, after so many years since I left the narrow-shaped country of Chile that I call home, I am still reminded of my past. Although, I’ve been on the other side of the world for nine years, it seems that people, situations and especially places scheme to get these memories off my chest.  So here I a ...
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The Operating Room
While I was going through the images I have shot during the last 2 years, I found a peculiar set of images that drew my attention. I don't know why I didn't take notice before, but I've decided to publish them under one of the portfolios that I'm currently building up, based on portraiture. I think that this set of photographs is very interesting in the sense that I'm sharing a very intimate and important moment with each person pictured here. These are the kind of profoundly personal moments when you don't want to be interrupted, and you don't want to be distracted, but for some reason that eludes me today, we all agreed to make it happen. ...
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Sulaymaniyah International Theatre Festival
Last week, we had the opportunity to enjoy an international theatre festival, where groups from different European countries performed in locations throughout the city of Sulaymaniyah. It was a first for Iraq. One of the festival sponsors hired me to cover some of the performances, which was a new challenge for me. I haven’t done much work with events, and my only previous experience photographing events was my sister’s wedding (2009) and a Preemptive Love campaign (2010). The brief from my clients was: to capture as much of the performances as I could during the assigned hours, and to produce pictures to be used for archiving purposes ...
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Guest Blogging – “Haunted Memories”
Today I'm guest blogging at a friend's Blog. The special thing about this post is that it isn't just another Blog post for me. This is a very intimate, deep and difficult story of my childhood that I had to put into words and photographs. I'm really thankful for this challenge, thanks to Jose Martinez. This is a great idea. The whole project made me a better and a more sensitive artist. NOTE: The Blog where I posted this work has been deleted for unknown reasons. I will publish this article on my Blog again. Here are some of the images I used for this self-assignment. I will be probably blogging about these images as most of them were t ...
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