A Picture Perfect Wedding
Date: 23/06/2015
Photographers taking pictures of the groom holding the bride

Weddings are definitely one of the happiest moments in a person’s life. But preparing for this momentous occasion is not always as blissful as the occasion itself. Days and even months before the big day, couples finnesse over the smallest details.



The process of listing down and cutting down everything into specific details—the wedding date, the venue, the reception, the caterer, the designer of the gown and suit, all the way down to the wedding coverage—are the areas where stress slowly accumulates.



One way to simplify the process and ensure you don't miss anything or leve anything till it is too late is to use the 'To Do List' ay My Ideal Wedding  website. Hereyou can follow a comprehensive checklist to ensure everything runs smoothly. You can add to or delete from the check list easily. You can even allocate tasks to family and friends as a way of easing your load. It truly is a fun way to plan your special day.



Due to hectic schedules, most couples usually do not pay much attention to one of the crucial things in any wedding—the wedding photography. Despite the overwhelming tension and excitement, couples do not have to be nonchalant when choosing their wedding photographers if they want their fun times and precious memories recorded well.



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To avoid neglecting this important part of your wedding you need to decide first what kind of wedding photography they would want to have.



Most wedding photographers today categorize the types of wedding photography into two: the traditional or classic style and the wedding photojournalistic style.



The most common style used by wedding photographers today, the traditional or classic wedding photography is considered as a “timeless” and the “safest” style because you normally see in countless wedding albums. Characterized by classic poses of subjects aware of the camera, this style involves so much control from the photographer because he is in-charge in arranging individual and group shots before, during, and even after the wedding.



Having excellent portraiture skills, expect the photographer to focus more on the quality of the photograph by making the subject look great from the littlest details. Expect typical wedding photos like pre-ceremony pictures, formal shots of the bride and groom posing with brides maids and ushers, cake cutting, garter and bouquet toss, and the like when you choose classic wedding photography. This style is ideal if the couple would want to keep portraits of family members for their wedding album.



If the couple is adventurous and unconventional, then you might want to consider the wedding photojournalistic style of photography on your big day. An increasingly popular style today, wedding photojournalism offers a fresh and new style of taking photos of the occasion. Characterized by candid shots of the subjects unaware of the moving camera, the photojournalism style lets the attendees act freely to capture their pure and true emotion.



Sourcing style from his experience in journalism, the “photojournalist” pays more attention to minute details and candid shots rather than arranged ones. He’s more into eyeing interesting moments and capturing those in his lens to produce a narrative collection of images that tell a story.



Although some traditional poses will be present, expect photos that show actual emotions of the bride and groom and of other participants throughout the duration of the wedding when you choose the photojournalism style.



In order to avoid ruining the documentation of your wedding, here are some tips in making your wedding a picture perfect one:



1. Weddings are one of the most exciting chapters of one’s life. Make sure that you choose a wedding photographer that can meet all your standards. Meet with the photographer before hand to discuss exactly what details you want.



2. Inform the important participants about the schedule of photo sessions and make sure everyone attends the rehearsal (if you have one) to cut down the stress.



3. Have a reception area so guests can be informed about the itinerary.