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Wedding Photography Trends

Just like any industry, wedding photography evolves and changes through time. Here, we have rounded up popular trends when it comes to wedding photography and what to plan about and what to include (and not to include) in your wedding.

Reportage/Documentary Style

Gone are the days when all we see in wedding albums are posed and staged photos of every family combination possible. Today, it is all about capturing moments as they naturally unfold, and wedding photographers being discreet in the background rather than being directors.

Reportage, which is also known as documentary style, is a popular style among Sikh Wedding Photographer Yuma. This is a style preferred by most couples nowadays because of its relaxed and casual flair, highlighting raw emotions and priceless reactions.

Unplugged Ceremony

More and more couples are adapting this trend due to the extensive use of mobile devices. First, this is to ensure that your Glendale Palestinian Wedding Photographer captures high quality photos. And secondly, for the guests to enjoy the moment and just be there with you. No phones, no cameras, no tablets and iPads on hand.

First-Look Photos

Your Australian Arab Wedding photographer will likely recommend going for a first-look photo shoot as this is one of the growing trends right now. Photographers see this as an advantage since they wouldn’t have to combat with guests in capturing a dramatic first-look as you walk down the aisle. Plus, you get to shake those nerves away for seeing your partner before the ceremony actually starts.

Drone Photos

Drones are used to capture aerial shots, which showcases the entirety of the wedding. This is an effective way for our photographers here at Saiaf Films to capture the blissful spirit and highlight the splendid setup of the venue, especially if yours is an outdoor event.

Day-After Photos

Weddings cans be stressful and chaotic. Many times, things may arise that are beyond your control (e.g. intoxicated guests, lighting problems, time crunch, etc.) and may limit the photos that your photographer may get on the day. As a solution, there’s day-after photography. This photography trend allows photographers to shoot the newlywed couple in an alternate location and gives couples more photo options to include in their wedding album.