Wedding photography is the photography of activities relating to weddings. It encompasses photographs of the couple before marriage as well as coverage of the wedding and reception. Trio, has been in this wedding photography for many years. We consider ourselves best in this field because we have the latest photographic technology and our clients; who always appreciate our work & thumbs up when they knows our work
Trio will usually provide some or all of the following:
- Indoor photography at a church, temple, or other private venue during the ceremony and reception
- Outdoor photography (often at a park, or scenic location on the day of the wedding and/or for engagement photos)
- Both posed and candid (photo-journalistic) shots of the wedding couple and their guests at the religious or civil ceremony, and the reception that follows
- Formal portraiture in the studio (for either the wedding and/or the engagement photos)
- Digital services, such as digital prints, slides shows and online galleries
- Albums (either traditional matted albums or the more contemporary flush mount type of album)
Like the technology of photography itself, the practice of wedding photography has evolved and grown since the invention of the photographic art form in 1826. Basically, there are many approaches to wedding photography which may be traditional, photo-journalistic or modern approach. Traditional wedding photography provides for more classically posed images and a great deal of photographer control during the ceremony.
A Photojournalist style of wedding photography takes its cue from editorial reporting styles and focuses more on candid images with little photographer interaction; a wedding photojournalist typically shoots images quickly using available light or on-camera flash rather than using traditional, formal posing techniques and studio lights.
Similarly, in modern photography, a photographer will combine candid images of the events of the day with posed images that are inspired by editorial fashion photography this style often involves more innovative and dramatic post-processing of images.