8 Types of Photographs You Must Ask Your Wedding Photographer to Take!
After your fiancé, the second most important person in your life (read: wedding planning process) is your photographer! After your big day is done, when the last sip of wine has been, all the pretty chandeliers are taken down – all you’re left with are the beautiful photographs captured by your wedding photographer – why not make these a little extra interesting with these photography styles that are sure to make your wedding album extra memorable!
The Bokeh photography effect looks as cute as it sounds. The minimal aesthetic-ness of a photograph captured in blurred lights brings a complete whimsical feel to a photograph.
Crackers, phooljadis, or someone with a hand held torch – light painting makes a stunning backdrop for post-wedding couple portraits. These long exposure photographs illuminate the subject beautifully and make for a photograph you’ll cherish for a lifetime.
Forget those purane zamane ke photographers who’d try long and hard just to get a full family photo – the drones do it now! #ThankfulForTechnology! These drone shots are an ideal technique to capture your entire dance-y baarat or even to get a full aerial shot of your mandap.
What is an Indian wedding without its Bollywood elements? Incorporate the classic Shah Rukh Khan hands-in-the-air pose or a badass back-to-back one to add a fun filmy component to your pre or post-wedding photoshoot.
Classic. Timeless. Endearing. Monochrome aka black and white photos will never go out of style. Bringing out a classy appeal to any photograph clicked, BnW pictures are a must-have!
Whether you’re gonna be in a lehenga, cocktail gown or anarkali – the timeless twirl is always a win! Showing-off not only that gorgeous bridal outfit but also highlights the little moment of filmy love shared between you and your bae.
While the world around you seems to be spinning a little faster and faster as you walk toward that mandap, or down the church aisle – the nervous-excitement on your face is sure a moment you do not want to miss out on.
One of our favorite kinds of photography technique, similar to a panorama which only captures wide landscape images, fisheye brings you a rounded effect of the whole aspect of a photo. Chic, different and definitely game-changing!