6 New Ideas for Photos
When it comes to photos, Alistbeauty has worked with some of the most talented artists in Toronto. Here are some of the hottest wedding photography trends of 2017.
One trend that we have used for our front page video is a drone which showscases the church. The drone gave us a new vantage point to capture images of the top of the church steeple in a new and different way, the wedding couple walking on the boardwalk, and places you may not be able to get by standing in one spot or on the ground. Some say the quality of the photo will most likely not be as good as the professional DSLRs your photographer use, but we think the unique bird?s eye view gets you the bigger picture. Many Thanks to Visual Cravings!
2. Film Photography
According to fine art wedding film photographers, you can expect to see more wedding couples looking for the softer more flattering look then the crisp digital photos. Film photographers have noticed a huge increase in demand already, often leading to booking far in advance so start your search early. What exactly is film photography? Why are couples so obsessed with it? Essentially, it’s the use of analog cameras and negative film (think developing in a dark room old school versus on a computer). Film renders light, color, and tones differently than digital images.
3. Editorial Style Shots
IKONICA, a Toronto based wedding company makes every bride look like they came straight out of a magazine. T.H.Jackson Huong is the master of putting, your wedding and each perfect moment in focus and styling it red carpet worthy. Editorial style simply means using beautiful lighting and paying close attention to detail and ensuring every image is clean. This creates amazing portraits of the couple with deliberate placement to give the most visual impact, similar to what you see in magazines.
We have seen sparklers and fireworks but, now its coloured smoke bombs it?s just plain fun and adds a new effect in photos. They are the BOMB!
5. Less Filters, More Natural
Thanks to instagram and other social media sites, filters have been all the rage and are so over used. Tomorrows bride may seek a more real editing style of their photos like those taken by Chris of Boston Ave Fine Art Photography. Chris showcases their beauty and allows it to shine through more naturally.
6. All Black & White Photos
The trend points to the old Hollywood 50?s glamorous vintage-style weddings which have been popular for the last few years. 2016 couples requesting black and white photos as part of the final output ? to align with their throw-back style and aesthetic.