Crazy Wedding Photographers - extended version
There are several wedding photography buzz words that many wedding photographers seem use on their websites to describe their style. Unobtrusive, relaxed, observational, documentary and reportage to name a few but all leading to the idea that you won’t really notice the photographer is there. They will be discreet and when you receive your wedding album you will be amazed at the many candid moments they have captured with you not really noticing. A great documentary wedding photographer will capture the essence of your day and tell your wedding story in an artistic and sympathetic way. And then there is this...
Over the past few years one of the most popular must haves at wedding receptions has to be a photo booth.
These essentially fall into two types, a traditional style enclosed booth or an open studio, often referred to as a ‘faux booth’.
Even within these two types there are a number of styles and options, which could affect the output, and or cost of hire. So lets look at them in a bit more detail:
Photo booths – by definition is a cubicle or small room in which a person sits to have their photo taken. Essentially it’s an enclosed space and usually containing an automated photo kiosk. Where once inside the guests press a button to start a sequence of photos, which are merged by software to become the ‘photo booth print’. The activation process could be via a button, touch screen or in some cases a foot pedal on the floor. Modern software today allows users to select a variety of options from pictures styles, backdrops and even layouts. With green screen now also a fairly standard offering.