Guiding you to your style!
Many photographer have their own style of creating their image, and some will shoot it the way you want. My goal is to help guide clients to understand the style out there . Some couples might be unfamiliar with the kinds of styles, and thats OK! This page is here to help you and I (assuming you go with me! lol) get a better feel for what you may like and not like. Once we narrow in on a style it will allow us to shoot your wedding the way you like!
What style of photography do you prefer?
Do you prefer Traditional, Journalistic, Portraiture, Natural Light, or Creative style? As you scroll down you might like one in particular style or you might like a blend of styles. If you like a blend of each style we will target those styles throughout your wedding day!
This type of wedding photography is mainly based around a detailed shot list that the bride and groom want to take. Usually these idea will be planned before the wedding so the photographer and the couples know exactly on what photos they want as well as certain poses or “looks”. These also include wedding party photos, and family portraits.
Portraiture is somewhat similar to the traditional shot, but they may include a little more directed and posed. We may use different lighting technique to give the image an edgy look, or we can go with a soft look. (Sometimes we go with both!)
The name of this style of photography is pretty much self explanatory. Natural light photography requires no camera flash, or any other artificial light source to create the images. Weddings that usually take place outside during the day will typically consist of natural light. When it comes to portraits the best location is in a shaded area where you won’t be in the harsh light of the sun.
Now this is where we can create something a little more unique for you! Creative photos consists of using off camera flashes, which enables us to pull the ambient light in the room (example the chandelier in the image below). These shots may also include special techniques like reflections, silhouettes, or shooting through different objects to an extra touch of creativity!
Every photographer has their own editing styles and heres a couple of example of them. We have “Bright & Airy” (Pinterest style) and “Moody” (Maintain details in the sky) photos.