2016 Wedding Photography Trends
Trends come and go, especially with weddings. So, the pictures has to be so much amazing and memorable on that big wedding day. Some of the key points that has to be kept in mind for the best wedding photography are:-
- Asking photographer about film. Yes, ask your photographer to get creative and superimpose a bride and groom image onto a landscape, or flower imprinted over your gown, for instance.
- Do not do canned engagement photos. Rather than taking very planned and posed engagement shots, more couples are interested in doing things that feel a little more real to them.
- Do allow use of selfie sticks. Surely, selfie sticks can be obnoxious in some instances but they usually get a pass at weddings.
- Do not resist a hash tag Friends and Family will want to share the photos and its simple enough to gave them a fun phrase to tag so that you can spot snaps in the digital deluge. Having a hash tag is a great way for couples to see moments from wedding that they might have missed and it makes their guests feel involved.
- Do consider droves: Aerial cinematography is another new trend at weddings that’s been growing for the past two years. Usually, the film crew takes an outside shot of a venue at some point during the reception or before the ceremony itself, so the device should be gone by the time guests are mingling.
- Do think about post- event pictures: A post- nuptial portrait session is a good way to get some styled portraits that you may not have had time to get on the wedding day. You can opt to return to your venue or select a fresh outdoor locale, an interesting backdrop, or convenient studio settings. A fashion stylist and make up or hair stylist can also help enhance the photos.
- Do not use trendy props: Playing upon a theme or using props for wedding and engagement photos can be a fun way to incorporate some creativity in to your images.