HEY, I'M EVÓRA!
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm not used to photoshoots and I feel a little awkward posing, is that okay ?
This is the case of nearly all my clients. Even those you find so naturally at ease on my pictures are generally doing this for the first time. I'm used to it and I know exactly how to talk to you and make it natural and enjoyable for you, no worries. There will be no awkward posing.
Have you studied photography ?
No, I never studied photography in college. I'm a 95% self-taught photographer (5% left are for my dad who taught me the basics with his film camera when I was 15). I actually studied and graduated in chemistry and material sciences.
How did you became a wedding photographer ?
I worked in chemistry for one year before realizing how unhappy it was making me. Only other thing I knew I could do with my two hands was taking photos. I was already doing some small photography gigs on the side with a wedding videographer. So I naturally wanted to give it a try. That's how I recklessly created my own company 4 years ago now and I'm happy I did because it really changed my life.
How old are you ?
I'm 28 and super emotional about the winds of time. Maybe that's one of the underneath reasons I became a photographer.
Why should we hire you ?
I'm trying to bring out to the surface who you really are in an authentic, artistic, spontaneous and ageless way, so that when you look at your pictures 30 years from now you remember who you were and everything you got to experience. But the truth is, I don't believe everyone should hire me. Also, make sure you are ok with a girl laughing too loud, eating too much, wearing mismatch socks and making weird dance moves.
Do you shoot with film or digital ?
I love film, that's how I started photography and I love to keep playing with it now and then as a creative process but I only shoot with digital when I'm on a service provision.
What would you be if you weren't a photographer ?
I like to believe that I will be a writer or even own a small idyllic beach cafe somewhere, but the truth is I'd probably still be a chemist engineer.