ABOUT ME

San Antonio Professional Wedding Photographer

Time passes quickly; forget about the cameras and spend the day having fun, embracing, kissing, and partying. I consider being in charge of your memories to be a huge responsibility.
In 15 years, I hope you will be showing these images to your children, friends, and family as a way to remember the day.

My Mission

I’ve shot hundreds of weddings in San Antonio¬†and Texas, and my objective is always the same: to capture the beautiful tale of your wedding day via my photography. I am always eager to visit new areas and meet amazing new couples. I’d love to talk about your wedding plans.

My Style

My photography is candid, artistic, vivid, and, most importantly, enjoyable. I’ll capture your wedding day as it unfolds, with no forced smiles or fixed poses, allowing you to focus on what’s most important: enjoying every moment of your special day. I enjoy experimenting with angles, unusual viewpoints, and creating surprising images to give your photos that wow factor. And for those of you camera-shy couples, don’t worry; just be yourselves and leave the rest to me.

Christian Margain

San Antonio Wedding Photographer

Hello, I’m Christian. Thank you for stopping by! I’ve worked as a photographer for about 15 years in San Antonio, Texas. It fills me with dread to realize I’m that old! My initial story is similar to that of many other wedding photographers. I became obsessed with photography as a hobby in my rebellious adolescent years and ended up spending all of my extra cash on camera gear, which was probably one of the best decisions I ever made. People started contacting me about weddings pretty quickly after that.

Over the years, I’ve worked hard to refine my style and working techniques to reflect my personality. I enjoy blending in and surprising people, and I take delight in always hearing “you’re so relaxed!” The portrait portion of the day (which I know most people fear!) is always very relaxed, and hopefully it ends up being more of a wander and a conversation, as well as a nice opportunity to take a break from the organized rush of a wedding day. Rather than a highly organized and staged portion of the day.