As a wedding and portrait photographer I believe it is important to continue to learn and push myself while keeping within my own personal style. There are so many aspects of your wedding that I want to make sure I am ready for, so participating in styled shoots give me a chance to practice new ideas, poses, and techniques with the freedom of time.
I recently participated in a styled bridal shoot while traveling in Utah. The location near the salt flats was amazing along with all the vendors and other photographers I met. (The entire list of Vendors is below!)
One of the stations was to focus on Bridal portraits, which on the wedding day can be anywhere from 5-20 minutes of time, if we’re lucky. The intention was to shoot/edit within your style, but not to be afraid to try something new. My intention at every wedding is always to capture the emotion, movement, and connection throughout a wedding day, so super posed portraits are not my focus. So, my personal goal for this shoot was to include posed portraits within natural poses and see what happens to my final gallery!?!?! The results are in, I love how the final gallery turned out… here is a mix of the gallery !!
Hosted by @kacilouphotography
Hair and Makeup: @brooksby_beauty
Wedding Gown: @brilliantbridal
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