FBalzan Photography

Born in 1985, in the pittoresque village of Tarxien in the island of Malta, I pursued my studies and graduated as a mechanical engineer in 2007.  Although the engineering world and art may seem to be unrelated, I find a point of encounter between the two worlds by specializing in design.   In 2013 I  began to seriously explore the photographic world and since then I have  been seeking perfection and harmony in my photography and started collaborating with other photographers.  Through my photography I try to combine the invisible and spiritual realm with the physical and optical dimensions.

Through out the years I have photographed couples from all over the world including couples from China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, England, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Russia, Germany, Latvia, India, and the USA.  I love meeting and working with people from all over the world.   I describe my style in three words: timeless, romantic and elegant.  I pursue to continue perfecting my technique and provide the best photographic experience possible.


Lightroom / Natural Light / Off Camera Flash / Photojournalism / Photoshop


What inspired you to become a wedding photographer?

Wedding photography enables me to do the thing which I love the most – that is capturing images in an artistic and meaningful manner – while also connecting with people. When I bought my first point and shoot camera in 2007, I never imagined that photography would take me in a journey of its own!

How would you describe your photography style?

I would describe my photographic style in three words: authentic, soulful and timeless. During my time with the couple, I want to feel part of their special day. Only in this way can I capture real images of their wedding story, while keeping the experience fun, cheerful, and without interrupting the flow of the wedding day.

How do you ensure that your clients feel comfortable and relaxed during the photo shoot?

My approach is totally documentary and I try to interfere as little as possible in the progress of the day. Also when we are capturing portraits, I keep the experience fun and natural as possible. I do not want any staged poses, artificial postures or awkward portraits.

What is your favorite part of the wedding day and why?

There is no favourite part for me, because each part of the day can have its special moments which surprise me and are unexpected. However, if I have to be honest, I always look forward to the dancing part when people get a bit drunk and crazy!

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