3 Wedding Photography Styles (Described in Video Blog)

3 Wedding Photography Styles With Descriptions for Couples To Understand

3 Common Wedding Photography Styles and Descriptions for Couples To Understand Unashamed Imaging.

3 Wedding Photography Styles With Descriptions for Couples To Understand There are basically three major wedding photography styles that are common within the wedding industry. However, in today's world, it's easy for couples to get confused because sometimes terminology is often used interchangeably and (not intentionally) sometimes wedding professionals forget that couples don't always know those terms. As a couple you're probably thinking that all wedding photographY is the same in terms of style, but the truth is that there are different wedding photography styles. There are also different elements that can differentiate the styles I'm discussing which is where the terms "light&airy", "dark&moody", "double-exposure", and more come into play. After a few years of shooting weddings and being a part of a couples journey to becoming officially married, one of the most common statements made by couples is, "I get overwhelmed looking at these different photographers and I don't know the difference between a documentary-style photographer and a fine-art wedding photographer..." Does that sound familiar? For couples, choosing a wedding photographer that shoots in a style fit for that couple (what the couple likes) can be very confusing--at the end of the day it's important for couples to at the very least have some basic understanding of the different types of wedding photography styles that are out there to reduce this confusion and avoid as much overwhelm as possible.

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3 Common Wedding Photography Styles With Descriptions for Couples To Understand

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Video Transcript:

hello there so I'm here today with the

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question of the day and that is your

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couple planning your wedding you just

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got engaged and the first thing what one

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of the first thing that you're probably

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doing is you're looking at different

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wedding photographers you might even be

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looking at different wedding

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videographers which you should be and so

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you're searching the web maybe your

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friend is telling you about different

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you know oh I went to this person or

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this company whatever right and you're

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online you're getting all these amazing

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references and referrals but you're like

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I don't understand the different types

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of wedding photography styles this is

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very common so don't panic so I am here

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today to give you a quick description

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and outline of three common wedding

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photography styles now let me just say

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are there more than three absolutely but

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I wanted to focus on the ones that I one

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commonly here that I know and I was also

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able to give you guys some descriptions

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and some prime examples of photographers

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that fall within these different

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categories so as you know I'm always

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sharing my live videos so that is the

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intro if this is your first time tuning

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in this is unashamed imaging live where

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I go over different things majority I

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have to honestly say all of my content

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uses real weddings

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majority of them are mine so I have been

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doing this for said last year and I

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really enjoy it because I get questions

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all the time from couples whether it's a

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bride a couple as a whole etc and I'm

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able to help them along the way because

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who better to get advice from then

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someone who actually does

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the work right so let's get started so

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there are three common wedding

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photography styles so you have fine art

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you have like documentary photo

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journalistic and then you have lifestyle

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so those are the three that I'm going to

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be focusing on so basically in today's

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world it's easy for professionals to

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kind of talk about themselves because

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that's what we do you want to connect

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with you but we also talk about our art

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and sometimes we can't I would have to

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say that we're guilty of just saying oh

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I'm a fine art wedding photographer or

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I'm a documentary photographer and then

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you're like that's nice what does that

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mean so this live video is just going to

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