Tag Archives: wedding photography

Jan 23, 2018

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Today, we’re talking trends in wedding photography.  Maybe this comes just in time for your wedding planning this year and meetings with any wedding photographers you may have.

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Ever heard of a banquet photo? Loving this new trend in wedding photography!  Banquet photos are so hot right now, even the New York Times is writing articles about them.  Making sure that every guest in attendance is accounted for, your photographer finds a great angle and everyone huddles together. Surely a photo that would make the frame wall!

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We’re also seeing lots of updates to photo booths. They are still super popular, but now with options like TapSnap, we are seeing several updates of note.  TapSnap allows you to customize your background (thru a greenscreen), photo customizations like monograms, and photo sharing with anyone who couldn’t make it.

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For easy updates to a photo booth when not using an outside service- one tip is to make a fabric or custom background. This saves money vs doing a full floral wall, and you may even be able to reuse the material or refashion into something in your newlywed home.

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I know this isn’t necessarily a “new” idea, but think about having your photographer come to spend some time with you while getting ready on your wedding day. These offer such a nice contrast to the posed photos at the ceremony (which are also nice), and could be a nice gift for your girls, framed of course, after the big day.

1.23.18   |   TARA GUÉRARD
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Jan 23, 2018

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photo by Liz Banfield

So much of our love for weddings has to do with design and creating the perfect experience for our clients and their guests. That of course involves senses- sight, smell, hearing, etc. which one usually associates colors and the emotions they evoke with, but I have always loved the pure beauty of black and white photography.  You can still get so much emotion from the simplest and loveliest image even with no color. Here is a round up of some of our favorite images.

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photo by Corbin Gurkin

Most photographers, print or digital, traditional or modern, etc usually provide a mixture of black and white and color images, but it’s worth discussing when choosing the perfect photographer.

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photo by Adrienne Page

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photo by Elizabeth Messina

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photo by Adrienne Page

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photo by Adrienne Page

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photo by Squire Fox

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photo by Corbin Gurkin

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photo by Liz Banfield

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photo by Adrienne Page

1.23.18   |   TARA GUÉRARD
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Jan 23, 2018

Bridal portrait

photo by Adrienne Page

To me, one of the most lovely and important images for your photographer to capture on your wedding day, is a “portrait” or image of you… Lots of brides opt to do a portrait session prior to the wedding, which does help give you a sense of hair and make up, and flowers and how they work with the dress before the big day. But, there is something magical about the images captured by these photographers of our brides on the actual day, almost as if you can really see the emotion of what’s to come. Sharing some of our favorites today…

Bride

photo by Corbin Gurkin

Kotler

Photo by Corbin Gurkin

Lapide bridal portrait

photo by Elizabeth Messina

Cline

photo by Liz Banfield

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photo by Corbin Gurkin

Kassen

photo by Corbin Gurkin

Bennett portrait

photo by Corbin Gurkin

bride and father

photo by Adrienne Page

Mayberry portrait

photo by Perry Vaile

1.23.18   |   TARA GUÉRARD
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