For many engaged couples, finding a photographer they could trust is a no-nonsense standard. With Daniel Lei's years of experience and obvious love for his craft, Daniel Lei Studio may just be your pick for quality wedding photography.

Daniel has been pursuing his art since his college years, when he started shooting with a hand-me-down Canon Single Lens Reflex camera. After enrolling for a cinematography and production course at University of Sto. Tomas, he went on to manage a graphic design team. Armed with his talents in photography and graphic design, he eventually pursued wedding photography together with his wife, Joannie.

Daniel Lei is not your run-of-the-mill photographer and cinematographer, a quality that stands out when he talks out his craft. When describing his style, he uses the following words: natural, non-contrived, and concept-driven. "I would never claim to be original," he says. "We realized that there are aesthetic styles that were abandoned. We look for these styles and innovate from them. Hence, we get that natural, traditional but still modern look that doesn't age."

Taking pride in its small yet experienced team, with Daniel Lei Studio, personalization is key. "It is important that how [the couple] looks in the photos won't be too glamorized-meaning, their personalities should still show," Daniel says. A firm believer in taking inspiration from the couples themselves, Daniel ensures that the resulting output translates gracefully and naturally.

Taking inspiration from blogs, photographers, and a tight-knit artistic community, Daniel Lei Studio ensures that they are up-to-date with the latest artistic developments through only the best sources. Truly, Daniel Lei Studio is a rising contender in the wedding industry, as the company continues to take artistic photography and cinematography to new heights.

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