If you’re only planning one day of photos in your dream dress – the wedding day – you’re missing out. Bridal portraits are a dry-run for the big day; they’re a wedding-day stress reducer, a reassuring run-through, and an excuse to wear your gown more than once. That’s why many brides favor this wedding tradition. […]
This is a tricky subject to tackle because there is so much wiggle room when it comes to defining what the term in-camera really means. To some, it means allowing for no post-production at all, even simple cropping. Others define it as getting things mostly correct at the time you press the shutter button, even though some basic adjustments such as straightening or exposure correction might be needed later. There are photographers for whom getting it right in-camera means looking out for background obstacles, stray hairs, or wayward arms and legs that might otherwise ruin a good picture.
Portrait photography is devoted to capturing people and personality. But portraits often go beyond a photo of a smiling person. There are many different sub-genres or types of portrait photography. Ready to flex your creative muscle and expand the different types of portrait photography in your arsenal? Here are the 10 different types of portrait photography you should know.
Black and white wedding photography may be devoid of colour, but sometimes, taking away the colour adds something greater to the image. But isn’t black and white photography going backwards and removing the benefits of today’s colour digital sensors? Many new photographers are under this illusion and ignore what can be a very valuable tool. If you’re stuck between colour and black and white, here’s why you should consider black and white photography for weddings.
There is a beautiful little niche of fine art photographers out there in the world. While many don’t necessarily consider themselves “fine art photographers,” a more modern terminology is “conceptual photographer”.
We’re here, of course, to get you as prepared as possible for your wedding day – and even if aesthetics aren’t that important to you, you might want to consider booking the below beauty appointments before your “I dos” (not only so you feel as confident as possible on your day, but also so you love every single photo). For the record, we think you’ll look beautiful no matter what – but here are some appointments you may not want to skip.