Fusing fashion, editorial and wedding photography, Dani’s work style has developed while shooting campaigns and editorials for some leading luxury fashion and bridal brands.
Sophisticated, elegant, unexpected, his work combines his passion for minimalism, design and architecture.
- BRITISH VOGUE
Moody, artistic, elegant – Dani’s cinematic captures are design and detail-focused yet emanate truthful, palpable emotion. A rare talent we’re so grateful to have stumbled across.
For culture and design lovers who embrace the creative and the soulful in every aspect of their lives. Those who love artful, atmospheric photography will adore Dani’s aesthetic.
While Dani will beautifully capture any style of wedding, his eye for shooting minimal, modern or unexpected details is incredible.
EDITORIAL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
My name is Dani Rodriguez and I am a Berlin Editorial and Wedding Photographer. I document weddings and editorial work worldwide. Documenting in a modern but timeless way for sophisticate couples who are in search for something more genuine and unique. I don’t like to follow trends, nor other people’s work
BRING ME SOMEWHERE NICE is the name that I chose for my wedding work. The name comes from a song by Mogwai, one of my favorite bands. I imagined a place where I’d like to take you with your memories, a legacy, somewhere eternally nice
MODERN WEDDING AND EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY WITH MINIMALIST AND ELEGANT FLAIR
Modern, elegant, minimalist, fashionable .. my work is inspired by design, architecture, cinematography, la Nouvelle Vague, the black and white street photography from last century and fashion photography. My approach to photography is documenting those real moments in the most elegant and sensitive way possible.
I love the elegance and mystery of Black and White photography. In my opinion the closer an image represent reality, the less space it leaves for the imagination. Black&White is elegant, Black and White is timeless. That being said, I deliver around 50% of my images in colour, always depending on the taste of the client.
SOMETHING GENUINE AND UNIQUE
In the 1950s, the Nouvelle Vague (New Wave) emerged out of a hungry post-war Europe.
The movement was characterized by its rejection of the era’s traditional filmmaking conventions in favor of experimentation. It was born out of necessity, but also of the need to offer something different from what the great Hollywood productions were offering at that time I love that philosophy and it is the approach I take to my work. No trends, something genuine and unique.
In my opinion it is relatively easy as a photographer to replicate current trends over and over again that you can see everywhere. My goal is to offer something different, something unique for you.