Choose Your Style

Choose your wedding photography style

Which wedding photography style is perfect for you?

All our styles are focused on you, your family, and the most important day of your life.

We’d love to help you choose your wedding photography style, but we can create a unique and artistic style for you as well!

Check our Signature Styles first if you’re looking for creative and cinematic photography, or fantasy, painting, and artistic. But if you’re looking for classic styles, we can give you plenty of examples. Take a look below!

If you don’t have any preference, we’ll edit your photos based on your location, theme, and weather.

Traditional(or say cheese!)

A typical photoshoot with pre-planned ideas and lots of direction or ‘magazine style’ posed images. That doesn’t mean that the photographs will appear forced or posed, but that there will likely be few spontaneous “action shots” included in the mix. We will capture perfect moments with artistry and dignity and produce excellent, albeit formulaic, shots of the wedding party, families, and portraits of bride and groom.

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Natural Light

Natural light photography uses the sun as a light source. The available light from the sun varies with the time of day. So, natural light photography is simply to record an image using the light that exists all around us. By using the light already naturally occurring around us, we can create and sculpt images that lend a natural feel to what our eyes are used to seeing every day, whether we are aware of it or not.

Painting/Matte(Signature Style)

If you are looking for something different from vibrant color and high contrast, this is the style for you.
Also, we use this style for creating images inspired from famous painters from Monet to Van Gogh, from Raphael to Dali. Just let us know your favorite.

Light & Airy

Light and airy wedding photography is often shot with natural light. Flash photography is not often used with this style of photography, and if it is, it’s typically used in a subtle way that mimics natural light. This takes planning and shooting in the right places and at the right time of day.

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Fantasy(Signature Style)

Fantasy photography, also known as surreal photography, contains fantastical elements or surreal touches. It takes the viewer out of the normal world, into unreal and fictional scenes. If you are a big fan of unicorns, dragons, magic, mystical atmospheres, this style it’s just what you need.

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Gold Moody

A dark and moody photography style conveys deep emotion with strong shadows by controlling light and exposure.

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Fine Art(a focus on colors, composition, and true love)

Fine art wedding photography starts with the photographer’s artistic vision. A modern fine art approach is commonly taken with a specific narrative in mind, with careful attention paid to lighting, background, and composition. This approach is different from photojournalism in that a photojournalist’s priority is to objectively depict an event without artistic enhancements. Now, the most important question is, “Why should I consider a fine art wedding photographer?” The short answer is, if you are planning a wedding in which design, décor, and aesthetics are paramount, then fine art is a good choice for you.

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Dramatic photos usually need dramatic lighting. When the sun is low, early in the morning and late in the afternoon, the possibilities for an epic shot are much greater.
First, the color of the sky in the background will be much more colorful — ranging from dark blue and purples to reds and oranges if there are clouds or a haze in the sky. Second, the angle of the sun gives you a powerful and sharp backlight or sidelight, making for bright highlights, glowing hair light, and dark shadows. This adds some punch to the image. And third, the landscape has the most texture at this time, while trees and buildings have long and interesting shadows.


If you love the look of photography in magazines like Vogue, GQ, and Harper’s Bazaar, then you might like your wedding to be photographed with a similar feel. Editorial is another one of those styles that many photographers identify with because it’s an art form in itself. It allows photographers to shoot creatively and over the top. While you won’t find candid moments in this style of photography, everything about the editorial look is dramatic, edgy, and sexy.

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Drone photography is rising in popularity as it can capture the special pivotal moments between bride and bridegroom that cannot be captured by traditional photography methods. The drone allows you to take the emotional moments that are not possible to capture on the ground.

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Documentary(also called Reportage or Photojournalistic)

This is not a photoshoot, it’s part of a timeline in the heritage of your family’s history. Documentary and reportage-style wedding photography are more than simply snapshots from a day. It’s about having an instinct for what may happen, a grounded experience of the day itself.

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Compositing(Signature Style)

Compositing is a photographic technique where multiple individual photographs (and sometimes digital effects as well) are combined into a single final image. Compositing makes it possible to do the photographically impossible.

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Cinematic(Signature Style)

Cinematic photography is a style of photography that emulates stills or frames from movie scenes. It is a highly effective storytelling technique that can create images with depth and feeling. So let us know your favorite movie and we can create your collection with that style!

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Candid(your emotion in a shot!)

We always want our clients to remember their wedding, their emotions, their love. We are your storytellers; are you ready to bring your wedding story to life?

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Boho or Bohemian​(chic, effortless, and timeless)

The rustic theme has begun to evolve into a new style: Bohemian Wedding! This has an outdoor, relaxed look and feel, combined with a more artistic and mismatched vibe. This style is light, flowy, and free-spirited. The essence of Boho is chic, effortless, and timeless.​

Before making your decision!

Think about this…

Weddings seem to have a language of their own, and there isn’t one wedding photography style that’s right for everyone, it’s a matter of personal preference. Ultimately the most important person is YOU, and you deserve to get what you want for your photos. That is why we say “Your day…your way!”

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