“We’ve already seen wedding photos who all look the same, plain and very usual. You can see in these pictures and albums usual poses of newlyweds that almost everyone has. Although these types of photos are nice portraits, it is still much better if every couple will have a unique and creative photography for their wedding. Unique wedding photos and albums would make the couple whip out and show them to family and friends and brag about it saying only they have it. The best pictures are ones everyone can enjoy, appreciate and keep flipping through. Keep in mind that as bride and groom your wedding pictures must show your individual personalities and your bonding as a couple.
It is important that you tell the photographer what pictures you want to achieve, who you want to be in what picture and what types of creative shots you have in mind. You can tell your photographer what you want and what ideas you have. Give the photographer his freedom to express his creative side after you’re done talking. List down the shots you want so you won’t forget it when you meet the photographer.
To succesfully capture true emotions ask your photographer to take as many candid and unrehearsed shots of the wedding party too. You can also include your dog your child or a special item that played a very important part in your relationship to make it more creative. It can also be a very emotional or very expressive picture with your parents and siblings. It would be a memorable and unique shot if the photo could show you crying along during the wedding party.
You can also get some ideas for creative photography for a wedding online or in magazines. Shooting from different angles could help the wedding photographer get a different perspective for classic shots. You have an option to turn old school and request to be photographed using film cameras or have the whole wedding shot in black and white to achieve a more dramatic effect.
Having unique and creative shots will make your special day even more memorable.”