Are you planning your wedding photography for your upcoming wedding in 2020? Know these 5 newest trends of wedding photography in Melbourne to add a different touch to your wedding day photos.
What is a first-look? The first look refers to a private session where the couple meet each other for the first time with no one present, while the wedding photographer captures down their genuine emotions.
Traditionally, couples will not see each other until their wedding ceremony. However, as a wedding photographer in Melbourne, I’ve noticed the trend of more and more couples choose to do first-look wedding photos before their wedding ceremony.
Apart from you will be getting more photos, there are still quite a few benefits which make first-look photos so popular. Firstly, a first-look will ease the nerves of the bride and groom. Meeting your loved one in white is definitely a very emotional experience. And when witnessed by lots of friends and family, some bride and groom would find it nervous to let out their true emotions. A first look before the ceremony, without other people will definitely help those to calm their nerves.
On the other side, first-look wedding photography gives your photographer more opportunities to capture photos that are stunning and emotional. Your wedding photographer will arrange a private place with beautiful background for your first-look location. And he can shoot freely from different angels because there will be no guest.
What is a pre-wedding photography session? Also known as engagement wedding photo session, a pre-wedding photography session is a private session where the couple joins with their wedding photographer to do wedding photos couple weeks prior to their wedding.
Some couples would still relate pre-wedding photography the same as wedding photography and hence regard them as unnecessary. However, the popularity I have observed with pre-wedding photography proves pre-wedding photography will be a thing in the future for every Melbourne couple.
Why should you do pre-wedding photography? Engagement wedding photo is like a teaser trailer for your actual wedding day photography. Apart from that, pre-wedding photography also showcases your emotions and exactments during the last moments before becoming wedded couples.
What is an unplugged wedding ceremony? An unplugged wedding ceremony refers to a ceremony that ask couples refrain from taking photos with their phones or tablets. Thanks to the technologies, even your grandma will show up at your wedding ceremony snapping photos with her latest iPhone Xs Max.
However, one of the biggest nightmares for both the wedding photographer and couple is to find out their wedding photos got blocked by guests who were taking a photo with their phones.
That’s why unplugged ceremonies are becoming more popular now in Melbourne. Simply let your ceremony or DJ inform the couples to not take any photos. Not only you will have your key moments captured by your professional wedding photographer, unplugged wedding ceremony also ensures you to be the first one to post your wedding updates on social media.
Photojournalistic styled wedding photography refers to a wedding photographer captures weddings without many unnecessary posing directions. As the style of wedding photography evolves, less people are interested in traditional wedding photography which focuses on posing, props as well as looking into the cameras. People starts to find out people will be at their most natural state without posing.
As a wedding photographer, I have always been in love with documentary style of wedding photography. In my mind, it allows me to capture some of the most authentic and genuine emotions and moments, without putting in too many interventions to the couples.
Thanks to the technologies nowadays, now you can capture your wedding photography up high on the sky without paying for your wedding photographer’s plane ticket. All he needs is just a drone that can capture photos.
Drone wedding photography is a great choice for couples who are planning weddings in beautiful outdoor settings such as in a vineyard, up high on a mountain or near the beach. Flying up in the air, drone wedding photography not only will showcase beautiful sceneries as well as opens up a new angle for creative wedding photos.
And there you have it, the newest 5 trends of wedding photography to look out for in 2020. If you have more questions regarding to the new trends of wedding photography, please don’t hesitate and contact Tree Studio here.