Top 5 Wedding Photography Trends for 2020

Weddings have come a long way since the traditional church ceremony and hotel reception.  At present, couples get married on a cliff, aboard a yacht, in a museum, or even underwater. With so many unique ways to celebrate a couple’s sacred union, wedding photography has also evolved with the times.

Several local wedding photographers have stepped up their game and are now offering extraordinary ways of capturing this joyous occasion. You and your spouse-to-be may want wedding photos that will correctly represent your beautiful marriage. The following wedding photography trends will inspire you to go the extra mile with your wedding photos.

Before and After Photo Shoots

Weddings are usually a flurry of activities, and sometimes couples miss out on having pictures taken with family and friends. An emerging trend that local wedding photographers are now adapting is scheduling a pre and post photoshoot.

The couple can have formal portraits with families from both sides on a schedule that is convenient for everybody — at a location of their choice.  This set-up allows a more relaxed atmosphere and can be a fun bonding moment for the family.

On the other hand, some brides schedule a bridal photoshoot after the wedding. It gives them a chance to highlight the beautiful detail of their wedding gowns at another location.

Relaxed Shots

Gone are the days when all poses are planned and staged. More couples are opting for more natural and timeless photographs to match the relaxed atmosphere of their wedding.  An excellent photographer will capture all the emotions and energy that will take place – from the preparations to the reception.

A professional photographer will utilize his equipment and combine it with natural lighting to capture every precious moment.

Drone Shots

Most local wedding photographers are now using the breakthrough technology of drones in capturing wedding photos from a unique perspective. Destination weddings can benefit from drone photography since it allows the photographer to capture the breathtaking scenery.

Bear in mind, though, that some venues and locations do not allow drone photography, so check with them first before adding this to your requests.

First Look Photos

Modern couples are now basking in the heartwarming moment of their first look. They have veered away from the tradition of not seeing each other before the ceremony starts. The first look results in a tender moment that is shared between the couple before they walk down the aisle.

This beautiful moment often takes away some nerves and allows the bride and groom to have a moment to take it all in.

Unplugged Ceremonies

Nothing destroys a perfect shot more than a sea of mobile phones raised in the air. Your loved ones may be taking these pictures in good faith, but it often takes away the solemnity of the ceremony. Nowadays, more couples are implementing a no phone or iPad policy during the wedding ceremony. They gently ask their guests through the invites to refrain from taking photos using their gadgets.

Many photographers agree that this set-up gives an overall sense of serenity and dynamic energy throughout the whole wedding.

Many couples consider wedding photography as an integral part of their wedding. It would be great to incorporate these wedding trends for a fun and memorable experience.

Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay


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