Nat Orce

Every love is unique, so is yours – I am here to photograph its essence. To photograph it is the most wonderful experience I had. I’ve been doing it for 13 years and I don’t feel like stopping.

I’m a restless, curious person with thousands ideas per second. What to eat, which country to visit next or how to capture a couple kissing in a beautiful image. I put all that passion in my work with one rule – letting you feel free in front of my camera. My intention is to make you laugh and dance as if no one’s watching, but also capture those candid moments in between, when the world stops and you look at each other with sparkly eyes. Oh, I am crazy about all those lovely details!

I have seen wedding photography evolve through almost two decades. Time moves fast and I’ve always believed that pictures I deliver should carry universal qualities. Truth, understanding and love are my inspiration for work. These values allow me to look at each story with a kind and curious eye.

For you to be comfortable and carefree I step back in the shadow, I let things happen and photograph everything unobtrusively. I intend to deliver authentic, natural emotions painted with light. If someones says I was invisible at the wedding, for me it’s a compliment. Yet, you can count on me, in the most stressful moments, to cheer you up or zip up your dress while taking pictures (true story!). You should feel you’re in good hands when sharing your precious love and intimacy.


Lightroom / Natural Light / Photojournalism / Photoshop

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What inspired you to become a wedding photographer?

Being in love

How would you describe your photography style?

True, honest, cinematic, warm, poetic

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

I believe that with a smile and an open heart I can make my couples feel free to share their feelings for each other with me.

How do you ensure that you capture all of the important moments on the wedding day?

With 18 years of experience, endless curiosity, respect and sensitivity.

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

I love starting the story with getting ready, because it shows the process and emotions without many spectators, but mostly close friends or sometimes just the two of you. It’s as unique as your personal life and it shows a glimpse of it. It’s an intro to the big day, usually in the comfort of your house.

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