As every industry evolves with time, new upcoming ideas and trends are a thing with Wedding Photography. And without a doubt, it is your wedding pictures or teasers which can make you an overnight sensation for they are the source of new trends.
If you wish to become a famous couple of the year and break the social media with trendsetting wedding photographs and be an inspiration to all the couples in 2020;
Documentary Style of Shooting is one trend that has charmed everyone recently. Couples want everyone to see their story through a series of photos or a film. Wedding photography in 2020 is a lot about shooting with a specific narration in mind. Customization is more in demand. Couples and families are becoming more informed and educated about the potential of wedding photography.
Wedding Photography in 2020 is also about real and raw moments shared with family and friends, last-minute preparation of Sangeet, and drunken shenanigans.
Live showcase of weddings in good quality directly from the camera has started just like a cricket match and is going at full pace for relatives who are not able to attend the wedding so that they can see it live.
Not quite wedding day photography but some tech-savvy grooms hire photographers to document their proposal so that wonderful-but-fleeting moments can be relived later by the couple and shared with friends and family. This trend is increasing at a crazy speed.
Creating a wedding hashtag for guests to use to upload photos to Instagram and Twitter can help you experience your wedding through their eyes.
Props like sparklers, candles, fairy lights, paper lanterns, smoke bombs, flower petals, confetti, glitter, are used to provide that extra bit of magic to wedding photographs. They can be placed strategically around you, or even behind you to create a bokeh effect.
Instead of posing, couples ask for some uncontrived photos too. Pictures of couples laughing, crying, hugging their friends and family during the ceremony, such photos capture their emotional journey through the wedding day and help them remember it better down the line.
Emotion-filled candids are a trend to follow. Your photographer can immortalize the most important day in your life by capturing you when you are relaxed and are expressing emotions freely.
The first glimpse have been trending for quite some time now and is still going strong. Brides first glimpse is eternally popular, but the groom’s reaction or her parents/ family’s reaction can be captured to make the moment more memorable.
A popular trend and request is asking guests not to post anything on social media until the day is over. This trend is about going unplugged, as you want your guests to enjoy and celebrate the day with you. Remind the guests you already have a photographer there.
Today’s social-media-savvy couples are setting up “selfie stations” for their friends and family, along with a lovely backdrop, to shoot themselves having a great time at the wedding.
Drones are trending to capture overhead shots of just the bride and groom or wedding party as a whole. It is an effective way for the photographer to capture the spirit and excitement of the day. Additionally, it also gives the photographer different angles and vantage points to work from, which optimizes the appeal of many shots.
Remember, the most important thing is to capture your wedding day with beautiful moments and priceless reactions. All these ideas could serve as memorabilia for your great-grandchildren one day.