Traditional Wedding Photography Style:
Traditional wedding photography remains one of the most popular styles of wedding photography. This is precisely because
through this tested technique the photographer can achieve not only the immaculate quality of each and every image, but the best positioning and
lighting effects available in the industry.
A controlled environment allows for creating the ideal set up, where the subjects are positioned, photographed and coached
in such a way as to achieve the best results possible. Further, there is a multitude of classic traditional poses that can only be achieved in a
controlled environment. From the group photo with the bridesmaids to the classic image of the bride and the groom on their wedding day,
Tradition wedding photography amazes with precision, beauty and feel of timelessness.
Traditional Wedding Photography's Strength
The results are often astonishing. The pictures look flawless, and the subjects are shown in the best possible light. The
quality of the photographs is top notch, and while the time it takes to set up often interferes with the wedding the results are worth it for
some. After all, even the best photojournalist can not boast being able to position every part of their photo in a favourable light. From hand
gestures, to facial expressions, being able to tell your subjects what you are looking for yields results.
Traditional Wedding Photography's Weakness
Unfortunately the traditional photography approach often becomes a hassle and halts the flow of the wedding; further the
mood of the event is often lost in the pictures that do not really tell the story of the day. Many Traditional photographers counter this
problem by mixing in some photojournalistic techniques to achiever a symphony of both styles.