With the intensity of social media in our lives, we can see every bride and groom trying to amp their game when it comes to Wedding photography. We have all been looking for something new and different, a constant need to do better! This year we can definitely see some strong trends that are demanded by couples from their wedding photographers, from brides floating like a mermaid to grooms flying away like Mary Poppins are all part of our 2016’s list of Photography trends. Keep reading to find out more.
I love this trend and wouldn’t mind a couple of these images added to my wedding album. A unique blend of two or more images created digitally, crafting into something very artsy and ethereal.
Photo courtesy: (left) Amita Suraj Photos, (right) Carey Nash Photography
It is highly likely that this trend has been inspired by the Movie ‘UP’. Pick-up any image from levitation shoots, the results look insanely fun and can spur up a few laughs.
3. Reel Film Over Digital Film
For all those couples who love pondering over vintage and old-school methods, well this one seems like the right fit for them. Reel films produce slightly blurry, dreamy shots that give images an aura of classical fairy-tale and romance. A trend that has become increasingly popular in the West and definitely be seen catching up at our ‘desi’ weddings.
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Charlottesville Firm Wedding Photography
Boston Film Photography
4. Underwater Shoots
These shoots are so mystical and enchanting, like something out of a mermaid movie. Although one can just imagine the struggles of striking a romantic pose underwater while holding your breath. But in those few shots with the floating dress and hair, the results are absolutely breathtaking!
Underwater love by Romi
Tanishq sponsored Confessions of a Bride
5. Drone Shoots
One of the latest instruments commonly used for photography by professional studios are drones. ‘From the top’ shots are increasingly popular as the use of drones has made it possible to click stunning angles that were once very difficult to capture.
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