Charleston wedding photographers know how to have fun! If you're looking for some creative ideas for your wedding party portraits, look no further. Here are a few tips to help you capture some great memories of your wedding party without being cliche!
The wedding party is sometimes small and sometimes large. Either way, it is one of the most important photographic opportunities of the wedding day. It has always been my goal to photograph wedding parties in a non-cliched way.
Wedding photos are more than a collection of generic images taken on a specific day. For many couples, the wedding albums they hold in their family heirlooms are precious cherished keepsakes of a memorable, magical life-changing event.
It is true there are many traditional poses, cliché portraits, and landscape shots that are common in wedding photo albums, but if you want to have a unique wedding photo collection, it is also vital to think outside the box. Every couple should have beautiful, timeless, and UNIQUE wedding photos. We've compiled a list of things you should consider when taking unique wedding photos.
Display Your Personality
Your unique personalities deserve to be showcased. Consider hiring a professional photographer who specializes in candid photojournalism or documentary-style wedding photography.
Photographing a wedding documentary-style involves capturing special and precious moments throughout the wedding day creatively. Photographs of your romantic love story will be taken from beginning to end and will require no posing. They will be natural and authentic and will reflect your true personality.
It's all about natural light!
Consider having your wedding photographer emphasize the natural outdoor lighting if you are getting married in the spring or summer. Wedding photography that doesn't rely on artificial light produces stunning images.
Photographs in black and white
Add a touch of glamour to your nuptials by including timeless black and white photography. In addition to color photos, many couples opt for chic and dramatic black and white portraits. Because black-and-white photographs lack vivid color, the mood they capture is immediately enhanced.
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