There are several different styles of wedding photography, each with its own unique aesthetic and approach. Some of the most common styles include:
- Traditional: This style of photography captures traditional, posed shots of the bride, groom, and wedding party. It is typically characterized by formal, carefully composed images, and a classic, timeless look.
- Photojournalistic: This style of photography is characterized by a more candid, documentary approach. Photographers who specialize in this style will capture the candid moments and emotions of the wedding day, often without the subjects even being aware that they are being photographed.
- Fine Art: This style of photography is characterized by a more artistic, creative approach. Fine art photographers often use a variety of techniques such as black and white and creative lighting to create unique and beautiful images.
- Documentary: This style is also known as reportage, it focus on capturing the day as it unfolds, without interrupting the natural flow of events.
- Lifestyle: This style of photography focuses on capturing the more relaxed and candid moments of the wedding day, often using natural light and compositions. The goal is to tell the story of the wedding day in a more authentic and honest way.
- Cinematic: This style of photography is characterized by a more cinematic look, with a focus on capturing the emotions and movements of the wedding day.
It’s important to note that some photographers may use a combination of styles and techniques, and it’s a good idea to discuss your preferences with your photographer before your wedding day.
So what stye does Beck Photo Co fall under? We fall under 2-5 depending on the the situation! We don’t like to pigeonhole ourselves into one style of photography. While we love to capture fine art images of couples, we also love the spontaneity of documenting your wedding day as it unfolds and being unobtrusive. It is all about balance and we want the photos of your day to reflect the uniqueness of your wedding without trying to make it fit into one specific category.
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