Texas Weddings’ Fast Five asks local wedding professionals the same five questions to help you get to know some of the people behind the companies. Today’s Fast Five comes from Ross Lucksinger of Ross Lucksinger Photography.
- What services do you provide?
I provide full-service wedding photography, from the start of the process to the finish. We’ll work together on artistic design, consultation and planning, pre-wedding portraits, wedding day photography with multiple photographers, and any post-production needs, such as prints, fine art enlargements, and display design.
- What inspired you to start this company?
Before starting a wedding photography company I was a journalist. I’ve always been drawn to people and their stories and I enjoy celebrating what makes people unique. In this business, you can’t simply love the result, you’ve got to be engaged in the creation process itself. I know photographers who don’t like doing weddings but do them anyway. I genuinely love weddings. It’s because every love story is different and I love telling every one of them.
- What sets your company apart from similar ones in the same field?
The work I create with clients looks different from anything else you’ll find. I’ve heard the style once described as “mystical elegance.” I think that captures the unique and empowering nature of the imagery. In addition, the experience is highly customizable and we can together create the perfect photography package for your wedding.
- What is your favorite part of your workweek and why?
I love meeting with clients to plan out the details of the event itself. I get to learn about people and what matters to them and what makes their story special and unique. I get to listen to a lot of beautiful love stories and then be a part of telling that story. It’s pretty great.
- What is one favorite client story and why?
So I did this wedding down in Houston and one of the guys was himself a professional photographer. I was honored to be asked by a photographer to be the photographer for his wedding, but obviously I was working with a client who would have a keen eye when it came to the finished product. Potentially stressful, for sure, but instead it was a tremendous experience. It created an artistically collaborative environment. He was respectful of the unique eye that I brought and he also had a clear vision that we were able to bring to life. He and his husband’s home is now filled with the images we were able to create together and it was a truly fulfilling experience for everyone involved. I loved every minute of it.
Get to know more about Ross and his fabulous work at https://www.rosslucksinger.com/