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Black and White Photography
To create classy and eternal memories, few brides and grooms opt for this option. It creates an impression of the
golden era and enhances the mood of any image. If there is not sufficient light at the venue, black and white
photography can be less perplexing and create more focus on the couple, making it easier to create the perfect
More colors convey more information and besides, it is nice to see the decorations in color format. In weddings,
everyone wears their best dresses which are of different colors and this can be best conveyed through color
photography. Colors make the photos realistic, vibrant and bring all the memories to life. If the wedding is during
spring or summer, then colors are an added attraction as everywhere you can see the beauty of nature distinctly.
Photographers are always all around the venue looking out for candid and natural shots. For example, you may be
having an intense conversation with your fiancé, and not look at the camera at all. The photographer will capture the
image beautifully, add his own artistic effect to make the perfect memory of the moment for you. Moreover, it is now
very popular for couples to go to a separate location and have photoshoot done in which case they give different
poses suggested by the photographers. These create an album full of memories to cherish.
This option is great for those who are camera-shy and don’t like posing for photos. The moments will still be captured
with you focusing on the event while the photographer gets the best shots captured of your important moments and
with your natural expressions.
If your venue is an outdoor one, but the lighting is poor on the day of your wedding, the photographer may have to
look for other options like ‘off-camera flash’ or creating alternate lighting arrangements to get good shots. This type
of photography needs lot of experience and only a true professional can do it.