c all it trash-the-dress, anti-bride photography, rocking the frock; call it whatever you like- it’s still the coolest thing to happen to wedding photography since the digi-cam and candid shots first broke through age-old bridal barriers. Trashing the dress is all about trashing traditions, and leaving a beautiful, expensive gown to sit in the attic is one traditional many modern brides are reluctant to embrace. Instead, they’re choosing to hop back in the tulle, and then into a lake a few days after the wedding. A professional ph
c alling all shutterbugs – this year’s “La Vie En Pink” rolled out the red carpet when came to enlisting the talents of Montreal’s most cutting-edge photo and videography teams. Love was in the details, and every candid smile worth a thousand words – thank you to Studio 55 for providing “La Vie En Pink – A Retrospective” with this month’s featured galleries!
m iles from the dress-up fantasy land that harbors your wedding day, engagement photography expects only your cutest, comfiest digs. The e-sesh isn’t a superfluous stressor, but an excuse to indulge in no-frills fashion. Whether you’ve got the leftover dough, that shrewd thrift-store eye, or a closet you call heaven, your shoot should embody all the romp of a makeover montage.
u nless you’re confident she’s the next Leibovitz, hiring your sister to snap photos on her digi-cam is a great way to commemorate your husband and her thumb standing regally at the altar. Go with a pro and they’ll capture the fun and elegance you never want to forget, and the things your wedding-fever made you miss- all in one slick package. This doesn’t mean just any professional photographer will do the trick, and do it well. You’ve got to do your homework before dipping into your savings. Here are a few tips to he
t he capturing of happy coupledom is of course, wedding photography’s wholesome purpose. Flaunting haute couture off the slinky bodies of grimacing models is naturally, fashion photography’s raison d’être. Merge the two styles together and you get an aesthetic unto itself, one that prides itself upon displaying nouveau trousseau with title
i n the you’ve-been-tagged land of Facebook and avatar profiles, achieving a picture-pose has never been so dire of a matter. Thanks to the infamous abundance of legs-for-days heiresses soaking up snapshots and a certain Tyra deliberating on the country’s next sweep of top models, brides everywhere are ‘smizing’ their way to the ultimate eye-popping photo-op. have confidence in thee A case of modern confidence is all about feeling good, loving life, and embracing the
t he engagement photo was once the prom picture with better hair - a tidy token to be published in the local paper then squirreled away in mom’s wallet forever. Nowadays the engagement photo is the engagement portfolio, and the engagement portfolio is you and your man playing Edie and Andy in front of a camera. And the camera just loves you. the photographer