What does wedding photography really mean-Amagicmoment

September 29, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

What does wedding photography really mean? When a bride-to-be follows up a recommendation, calls a wedding studio, or clicks the address of a wedding website, what can she expect? There are a wide variety of ‘styles,’ ancient and modern, around today – with some photographers ‘mixing and matching.’ We are touted as the team of Best Orlando wedding Photographers because we have the expertise and experience to capture various types of weddings with varied kind of photographic themes like traditional, storybook, personal etc. From our experience, we have listed various types of photographic themes and their usage.

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Traditional wedding photography is a record of the occasion: recording the guests, what they look like, what they are wearing, and what is happening on the day. The customers are given a set of formulaic prints that document their marriage. Just like many Photographers, traditional images are well crafted but often lack soul.

Storybook wedding photography is where record photography goes one stage further. All the details and moments of the day are captured, telling the story of the day often through ‘rose-tinted glasses.’ Even the bride’s shoes get their own shot! This is still essentially recorded photography, but usually the ‘people pictures’ take on a less formal style with only a few of the people showing eye contact with the camera.

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Reportage comes next and out goes the rose-tinted glasses! The reportage style is meant to show it as it is. Reportage is the purest form of record photography. It is all too easy to do reportage badly, shooting all day to produce nothing of real substance. The great reportage photographers are just that, great craftsmen and people of the highest caliber. They have the uncanny ability to always be in the right place at the right time with the right lens and get the shot in difficult light without being noticed.

Brand or personal style is a departure from record photography. There is a whole gamut of genres labeled with a particular brand or a personal style ranging from mainstream fashion to simple minimalism. This work is the product of a directed photo shoot, an extreme degree of photographer intervention. This is where photographers take control and implement their own unique style. The directed shoot is often made to look natural and as if it really happened without intervention. The key to this kind of work is in the subject itself. Even though a photograph has been totally set up it can have immense value. This style has been the key to our success over the years. The Love grove style is very much in demand and often copied.

The bottom line is:

It’s easy to photograph the bride and groom, but it’s much more difficult to capture the love that exists between them. It’s the ability to shoot love, fun, tenderness, and beauty that makes the work of the great wedding photographers stand head and shoulders above the rest and we make sure we never fail to do that.

The difference between good amateur photographs taken at a wedding by some 'Uncle' and those by an official professional photographer is to a large part down to exposure and printing skills. Digital photography is now there for all, and no longer the prerogative of wealthy hobbyists and professionals. Once again, we find the craft of photography is back. Professional work is being pushed to new, higher standards to keep the edge over mainstream amateur work.

To live up to the expectation of Orlando Photography market we at A Magic Moment always keeps on learning, be it on the technical front or learning new skills so as to deliver the best results by our Photographic skills. We always aim to make the wedding day of a couple a memorable and cherished day of their life.

To treasure your Big Day contact us now for bookings!


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