With the never-ending to-do lists of preparing for the biggest day of your life, one of the most important aspects of wedding planning is often put on the back burner: the wedding photographs. Wedding photography is necessary because it’s basically the only tangible remnant of a very special occasion.
Wedding photography captures your day, your memories, and it tells a story, and not just any story, it will tell a beautiful story of your special day, a day you will never forget.
Although preparing the venue, looking for the right wedding gown, selecting the caterer, and sending out invitations are all equally significant, they won’t seem as important twenty years from now. What will remain are the wedding photographs, a treasure trove of memories from the events that transpired on your wedding day.
"A coherent work of art employs the fundamental elements and principals of line, shape, texture, value, balance, focal point, proportions, scale, illusion of space and rhythm. A photographer can greatly control how a subject is perceived by thoughtfully and intentionally manipulating these formal qualities of design, artistically."