You’ve waited for the sacred ceremony all your life. This will be the day your life will enter a new phase and shall keep you occupied for the rest of your life. Tying the nuptials is a moment that you may want to savor in your future. You may want to tell stories to your kids and grandkids as to how it all happened. Getting photographed is a way of preserving memories for posterity. However, it is natural to be curious regarding what to do or what not to do, when it comes to archiving your marriage in the form of photographs. You may want to capture the times when your marriage took place or even design the event to remind you of a bygone era.
The days of a hardbound photo album capturing the stiff poses, that of the bride and the groom as well as the guests, without giving much thought to the underlying emotion, romance or story behind the wedding are a thing of the past. Most of it was limited to pre-planned poses or the important moments such as the exchange of the rings, the kiss, etc. Today couples prefer a more realistic approach, something that captures the essence of their relationship.
The moments captured can be organic or based upon a theme. Contemporary wedding photographers need to be much more creative and in sync with the latest technology. The photographer and the couple can sit together and work out a plan as to how they would like the story to unfold. Few of the latest photography trends for weddings are listed here.
Photojournalism: This sort of photography is all about taking candid shots, giving space to the photographer without interfering with his or her creativity. The photographer captures various moments throughout the ceremony, capturing moods of the bride and groom, their relations, and guests, capturing the emotion of the event, letting your unique story unfold in a pleasing manner. Also, there would be those family shots or those of couples dancing and even the party shots. You can also go for photographing those behind-the-scene…