This gallery has been on the inter-webs for almost a month but I just came across it and had to share it. I love seeing this side of these photographers. Especially when it’s something so private and personal. Getting a glimpse of what photographing love means to them….as a photographer myself, I can relate. You don’t want to lose these moments….
Anthony Barboza, “Honeymoon Morning, Paris” (1982). “There are moments when you are so in love with someone that you put the camera down and enjoy the moment,” Barboza told me. “Then there are times when you say to yourself, Oh!, that’s the photo I wish I could have gotten. Yet, I always had my camera close by, and I was quick, and I got something that was beautiful and memorable. Love is something that you feel and very seldom see, but when you feel and see both at the same time, it’s everlasting.