Rodolfo "Rudy" Montilla and Marta Montilla are wedding photographers located in Orlando, FL. Rudy♥Marta Photography specialize in Orlando Weddings, but are willing to travel the United States, or even overseas, for their brides and grooms. For samples of Rudy♥Marta Photography's Wedding Portraits, Engagement Portraits and Senior or Family Portraits, please visit our online gallery. If you would like more information for your Wedding or other Photography needs, please contact us through the online contact form, by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 407-473-7379.
Last month we had the pleasure to photograph a lovely wedding of Heather and David’s. The bride planned the whole event herself – from finding an amazing venue to hand making all the details. I was especially truly in awe of Heather’s attention to details. Let me tell you, we were so eager to document every little thing she made for her big day. The flowers were beautiful. Her blue wedding shoe with pearls on the heels? She attached them herself. Her awesomely puffy wedding gown was hanging on a personalized hanger. We also loved the tie clip that belonged to bride’s grandfather along with cuff links with groom’s initials.
I always ask the bride to prepare all these little things for me to photograph. We often find that in rush of a wedding day it’s the last thing on bride and groom’s mind. But these are also the details that make your wedding day special and we, as photographers, want to make sure you will remember every detail of your wedding day.
Consider these images as a sneak peek into Heather and David’s blog post. It’s coming soon! And it’s going to be image heavy!
Welcome to our new website! We put a lot of thought into what we wanted it to look like. The new logo and website design took a lot longer than we anticipated, but we think it truly represents who we are! Please take a look around and let us know what you think! We really value your opinion, so do not hesitate!
Charlotte and Sean tied the knot on November 17th, 2012, in a beautiful St. Isaac Jogues Church in Orlando, FL. What a beautiful wedding it was! Both Rudy and I were sadden to see it end, everybody was so full of love for this couple! Bride and Groom put a lot of personal touch into creating this amazing event – including the reception hall decor! While Charlotte and Sean are enjoying their honeymoon, we are both busy working on their images. Please, enjoy couple of sneak peek images. More is definitely to come!
We can’t wait to have more images to share! Trust us when we say that this couple has a beautiful story and we can’t wait to share it with you all!
Marta and I have been on a mission. We’re pretty much preparing to launch a new face on the business. That’s the short version of it all. Here’s a little more detail on what we have in store.
We’ve been working on this for quite awhile. When we first started this, I felt (and I’m sure Marta felt the same way too) that we were going with the flow. We had a business plan, we had set prices, and we studied the in’s and out’s of photography and everything that went into it. I still felt like there was something that we didn’t do; like there was a cog missing in our machine. After awhile we started reading more and more business books. We both feel like we’re good enough photographers to do business. Obviously, there’s always more to learn. Photography is a form of art and is continuously changing, so it makes sense that there’s always something to learn. It didn’t matter as much as we thought, because at the end of the day we were running a business. This business will be our bread and butter one day.
We’re aiming at quitting our day jobs next year. In order for this to happen, we needed to devise a plan. A better plan than the one that we had before. We picked up numerous business books and started reading like crazy. With sound knowledge on photography and all that comes with it, we were able to focus more on the business and what it takes to be a better business. We are still learning and still studying even now. That being said, we’re dwindling down the list of things that we need to do in order to cut the red tape on the new face of the business.
There are new things that will come into light with the new launch, but I’m so excited. I have to share some stuff with everyone.
1. Brand Spanking New Website: Marta has been working tirelessly getting up to par with this new website. It’ll be written with HTML5 code, so you iPhone users can finally have access to our site and information.
2. A New Style of Photography: This is probably what I’ve been personally working on the most. I’ve been studying new posing techniques on the side in order to deliver the best and most contemporary portraits to our clients. Also, there’s been new photo editing techniques that we’ve been brushing up on (by “we” I mean Marta).
3. The Model Treatment: All of our Senior/Glamour (Glamour is still in the works) Portrait services will include make up and hair. We want to give you an experience. It’s not just going out and taking pictures of you, but more of you being a model for a day. You will look your best, you will be a model, and you’re going to rock it.
Glamour is something that we’re still kind of if’y on, but I think in time it’s something we’ll be able to rock. By the way, when we say glamour we’re not thinking of this. That’s the farthest thing from what we want. Instead, we want that model treatment that Tyra Banks gives her models in America’s Next Top Model.
I really wish I could share more, but it’s Top Secret. Marta’s Secret Service might lynch me for even posting this. ;p
Anyways, we’ll let you all know when we finally launch this. <——Super EXCITING!
Rudy here. All is well with my mother, so for those who sent prayers, energy, Ju-Ju, or whatever you believe in: Thank you. Everything turned out great.
The roads are dark here at night. We haven’t gotten far, but we did get a chance to drive through Atlanta. This city is huge. Some friends recommended I go to the Georgia Aquarium, so we’ll most definitely hit it up. We’ll also hit an Art Museum, the Coca-Cola Exhibit, and some other local spots. Obviously, nothing is set in stone. I’ve learned that the best times are the ones that are unplanned. We’ll see where Georgia takes us.