Fotógrafo Editorial de Bodas & Filmmaker

1.

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.

2.

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

Assignment: The Other Iraq (And the other Me)
A couple months ago, I contacted one of the main newspapers in Chile, called La Tercera. It publishes a Sunday magazine that has a very unique approach to storytelling. This magazine, El Semanal, is not based on documentaries, reports, analysis or interviews, which is the norm for a publication like that in Chile. Instead, El Semanal features people telling their own stories, speaking in first person, talking about what they have experienced or what they have witnessed around certain issues, places and life in general. From the very beginning I really liked their editorial work and approach to storytelling, because it identifies with the way ...
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Photographing Women in a Muslim country
A couple of weeks ago, one of my good friends, Canadian photographer Erin Wilson, suggested I write about this topic after revising my 2010 portfolio. This was the second time that another photographer mentioned this to me. I guess in all these years I have found my own way, as male photographer, to photograph women in Iraq. I must say though that after almost eight years in Iraq, photographing local islamic women still represents a big challenge for me and I always need to be cautious and thoughtful in the way I approach women here. This post is not a manual or recipe to be followed exactly. The way I see it, this post shares the insights b ...
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The Joy of a new House.
Reconstruction Stories – What I’m learning about Multimedia
Well, it's very busy these days in Iraq. So many things to do and so few hours to accomplish them! Anyway, after a whole week of working on administrative things, meaning by that, no photography work, it was great to have had time over the weekend to finish my work on this multimedia piece. I'm sure I've mentioned it before. This is the work I did while I was back in Chile with the victims of last 8.8 magnitude earthquake in my home country. In this post, I'm going to tell you some of things I've learned throughout this experience, and how I did some of those things as well. I'm not going to be that extensive in my writing today ;-), so if y ...
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At Sulaymaniyah bazaar by Heber Vega
Photographers – How to work with NGOs?
In my first day of blogging again I got two interesting emails, one about some images I had taken at local universities in Iraq and the other one about questions on how photographers can/should work with NGOs. I was planning to write something else for today, but it will have to wait, as I think these are important questions to share and discuss. It will be great if you can add your thoughts or experience on top of what I have answered below. That will help with this project. Please take my answers with a grain of salt, because they’re only my opinion and I don't have a PhD on this issue (not yet though ;-)). I'm not going to reveal the ...
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Photography for Good! The ONE-SHOT Project.
I've been waiting for quite some time to write about this project. First I was waiting for the wonderful community at IGVP to launch their website back in July, and then because I was really busy working my last month in Iraq. I could hardly wait to be back in Chile to blog about it. But now, after 6-7 weeks in Chile, I'm finally able to start blogging again and I want to do it with this project because it’s a big part of my heart/vision. If you have been following the blog at www.visualpeacemakers.org you are probably aware of this idea, as they were the first place to write about The ONE-SHOT Project. In fact, this project wouldn't eve ...
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How NGOs can use the images that Photographers produce! (5 ideas)
[May 20, 2010] Have you visited any NGOs websites lately? What about other non-profit organizations? Have you found anything interesting? Aesthetically pleasing? How about their photographs? Do you think the non-profits are really putting their voice/cause out there in a way that causes you to engage only with visiting their website? Do you think that's necessary for them nowadays? We all know that NGOs, non-profits, and charities, are important, not because of what they can display on their website, but for what they can do on the "field". There's where the need is, isn't it? Correct me if I'm wrong, but if the voice of that cause is ...
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Faces on the Iraqi Dinars
The Advantages of Working Pro-bono
[May 10, 2010] If you thought that I was totally sold out on the idea of never doing pro-bono work, you are wrong. After posting “Why we should not do pro-bono work,” and as the second part of this trilogy, today I’m going to promote pro-bono work, so I will highlight the advantages of doing so (Yes, there are pros!). Now, before I start writing these reasons down, I have to tell you that in the next and final part of this Trilogy, I will explain what I’ve have decided to do in respect to this Issue, and I’ll share some good ideas that I have learned as well. I hope this series can contribute to you making up your mind about this dil ...
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Why We should not do Pro-bono work
[May 4, 2010] Since I started to play with the idea of becoming a photographer, the question of doing pro-bono work has been an issue that I haven’t been able to address. For long time I didn’t have a concrete opinion, or let’s say, I didn’t pick a side. Now, through the Internet, I’ve found people defending pro-bono work, with good reasons, and others opposed to it, also with really interesting thoughts. After having some time to chew on this issue, and after having done my research as well, I have come to my own conclusions that I want to share in a trilogy of articles. Today I have posted “Why we should not do pro-bono work.” In a co ...
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