The longest lasting component of any wedding is the photography. The photos capture the entire day, and they are what you will be looking back at for years to come. That being said, having high quality and creative photography is essential for making your wedding day not only memorable but unique to you. Here at Bay Horse, we love seeing the chemistry between the bride and groom radiate through their photos. In this post, we have shared some of our favorite photography tips to consider using on your special day.
While sometimes the sun can feel like a major burden when taking pictures, we recommend using the sunlight to your advantage on your wedding day. Sunlight can help create really romantic photos, and we love what some couples have done with it in their wedding photos. Here are two different couples who had their photographer utilize the sunlight in capturing the moment:
Some of the best wedding photos incorporate the season/weather into the photo. Photography that captures not only the wedded couple but also the seasonality of the special date only helps make the pictures more memorable. Here are two different couples who decided to embrace the season with their wedding photos:
Utilizing the veil is becoming more popular in wedding photography. More photographers are using the bride’s veil as a prop in creating stunning wedding photos. However, even though this photo idea is becoming more well-known, this tip had to be included in this list because it creates some of the most romantic pictures. Here are two different couples who used the veil in creating beautiful and timeless photos:
Making sure everything is in place is one of the most challenging parts of putting a wedding together. However, these small details make for great photos, especially if there is some sentimental value behind them. Having photos that capture the details of the wedding help in recreating the entire day for years to come. Here are two different examples of how capturing the little things made for some great wedding photography:
Everyone looks forward to the first kiss between the newlyweds at the altar. The first kiss between bride and groom is undeniably special. However, we also recommend capturing a second kiss as the wedded couple makes their way back down the aisle after being married. Taking photos of the second kiss allows for friends and family to be a part of the special moment as well. Here are two examples of couples who didn’t forget about the second kiss during their wedding:
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