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Wedding Photos: All About the Couple or All About the Details?


I've noticed that when it comes to wedding photos, there seem to be two types of photographers: the ones who take lots of people shots, especially of the wedded duo, and the ones who focus on the wedding as a whole, capturing all the details. Personally, I'm usually more enraptured with "the look" of the wedding than seeing numerous pics of the couple, but I can see how for some — i.e. the newly crowned Mr. and Mrs. — the people might be the most important and snapshot-worthy aspect of the big day. Whether you're in the bride's shoes or coming from a guest's perspective, what do you think?

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Happsmjc Happsmjc 6 years
EXACTLY bunnyhorse! I mean obviously in 50 years looking through an album of flowers and cakes is not going to really make you smile, looking through an album of people will. Even more, I love looking at pictures of my grandparents on their wedding day, not their wedding details. With that said in the short term that day means so much, so you want to capture every single little detail from every single angle. I think thousands of photos with a ton of the the people, bride/groom, guests, family, and a mix of the decor you slaved over is perfect. But all details. NO WAY.
Happsmjc Happsmjc 6 years
EXACTLY bunnyhorse! I mean obviously in 50 years looking through an album of flowers and cakes is not going to really make you smile, looking through an album of people will. Even more, I love looking at pictures of my grandparents on their wedding day, not their wedding details. With that said in the short term that day means so much, so you want to capture every single little detail from every single angle. I think thousands of photos with a ton of the the people, bride/groom, guests, family, and a mix of the decor you slaved over is perfect. But all details. NO WAY.
bunnyhorse bunnyhorse 6 years
It's not all about either for me. I say give me photos of BOTH!
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