Which wedding photography style is perfect for you?
Moody and Dark
A relatively newer style in the landscape of wedding photography, a moody look means that your photographer edits their photos in such a way as to mimic film imagery. This editing style can lead to rich and dramatic images, that are not for everyone. If you love bright, bold colors and want your photos to look exactly how you remember your wedding day (color-wise), then the moody style may not be for you. However, if you’re looking for an artistic, interesting perspective of your wedding day, then this style might be your new obsession.
Vibrant and Colourful
If you love the look of photography in magazines like Vogue, GQ, and Harper’s Bazaar, then you might like your wedding to be photographed with a similar feel. Vibrant is another one of those styles that many photographers identify with, because it’s an art form in of itself. It allows photographers to shoot creatively and over the top. While you will sometime find candid moments in this style of photography, everything about this style is mostly dramatic, edgy, and sexy.
The purpose of being a photojournalist is to unobtrusively capture the wedding day as a whole, not just the planned moments. Photojournalism got its start in newspapers. Think about famous photojournalists outside of the wedding photography industry, they’re famous for capturing moments that are raw and revealing. If you don’t like posing or staging, then photojournalist style might be the perfect option for you