Wedding Photos 8
It’s pretty standard operating procedure these days to take photos at every possible event or achievement in your life, or the lives of loved ones and family members. This results in a plethora of photos, but most people experience the disappointment that comes with reviewing photos of a big event and discovering that a large […]
For many people, the photographer is just one of many details they have to deal with when planning their wedding. This is a potentially disastrous approach, however; the photographer isn’t just a detail no one will remember ten years from now, like your choice of place settings or the centrepiece at the tables – they […]
There are a few basic realities for the modern wedding: One, your guest list is going to be larger than you think. Two, your families are going to get more involved than you’d like. And three, you’re going to spend more money than you’d hoped.
Wedding photos are a conundrum, sometimes. For a day that is so special and unique to two specific people, the photos taken on the day often feel very generic and similar to a million others. Even some of the ‘fun’ shots that people do are recycled from other weddings. While nothing says your wedding photos have to be absolutely original in order to have emotional depth and meaning for you, it is nice to do something different, if only for a few shots.
Many people seek to individualise their wedding in the photos. These days this increasingly means the use of Photoshop to create ‘unique’ images – and while this can be great fun, it can also be a terrible, terrible mistake, especially if you plan to turn some of these photos into beautiful canvas prints for your walls. Here are three things that no one should be doing with Photoshop, their wedding photos, and online printing.
Whether you’ve hired a professional photographer to handle your wedding photos, or if you’re just a guest looking to preserve the moment for yourself or as a gift to the happy couple, taking photos at a wedding can be challenging. So much is happening, and usually on a strict schedule, and you find yourself moving through three distinct scenarios.
These days, it’s increasingly common for couples to have two tracts in their wedding photos – the traditional, and the crazy. People dress up in superhero costumes, stage funny photos, and generally have the time of their lives. Take that inspiration and create one special photo that will be your wedding canvas print to end all canvas prints – and here are a few ideas to get you started!
Since more and more people are embracing this concept of "simple" and "casual" photography at their weddings, here are a few ideas to give your own wedding celebration a little "pop" and keep them unique and distinct!
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