Seasoned Houston wedding photographer Brandy Palacios is no stranger to the industry. Having worked as a makeup artist for twelve years prior to starting photography, she practically knew the wedding business like the back of her hand by the time she decided to get behind the lens. Now, having built up a strong clientele in the area of newly engaged lovers of all kinds, Brandy Palacios Photography is answering some of our questions about what sets her style apart from other photographers around. Her photos truly convey a sense of timeless romance in every shot, and we think you will absolutely agree when you see some of the photos from this elegant wedding editorial involving a gorgeous gown by Mia Bridal, garden-inspired centerpieces by Jackie Trejo Floral Design, rentals from Lavish Linens, and so many other talented vendors. Check out this dreamy shoot and read Brandy Palacios Photography‘s Q&A below! Cheers!
What is your photography style?
I like to describe my style as timeless, fine art and romantic. I love to tell a story in each one of my wedding albums, and capture the emotion in each image. My design aesthetic is very minimalistic, clean and organic.
What is your favorite subject or occasion to photograph?
One of my favorite things to photograph is bridals. I love photographing the gorgeous detail in the dress and complementing the bride’s features.
What sets you apart from other photographers?
I feel like my style and emotions that are captured in every photo can definitely set me apart. I want each photo to be so meaningful. I love to build a strong relationship with each client during their time with me.
What advice do you have for an engaged couple who is searching for a wedding photographer?
While you’re searching for the perfect photographer, look over everyone’s work and find that one whose work speaks to you, where you feel emotion through each photo.
What are your favorite wedding moments to capture?
My favorite moments are first looks or that moment when the groom sees his bride for the first time. As well as the couples’ portraits, I love to catch the moments that happen after the poses. These are when some of the best photos happen – when it’s completely candid.