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Each photographer has his personal style of taking pictures. After many years of shooting, you always can narrow the various techniques and approaches into different style categories. We have narrowed it down to four different typical formats of Hochzeitsfotografin Köln that we cover. We're completely and fully comfortable shooting each one of these and allow the couple to choose which style best represents their personality and private flair!


1. Wedding Photojournalism

A marriage photojournalistic style of photography requires the photographer not being involved as much as normal. The story is told although the photographs and emphasis is removed from the typical posed and planned pictures. With this particular style of photography, we often stand on the sidelines and shoot from the background, becoming as unobtrusive as you can. However, the photos we capture place the viewer right in the mix of what is happening. We capture natural moments that occur in reality with no typical setting up and posing a picture. With this type of photography, we consider ourselves to be "photographic storytellers," guiding the viewer with the "story" of your wedding ceremony. This is our choice format of wedding photography. We truly enjoy finding those definite moments of significance that frequently pass by too rapidly and capturing them inside our lens.

2. Traditional Photography

Unlike the wedding photojournalistic style, this style of photography has much involvement from your photographer. Most of the portraits are positioned up and posed, incorporating a approach to wedding pictures. The marriage photographer provides a director of sorts, guiding wedding ceremony party and guests into formations and poses for photos. Although the main kind of shooting for the studio will be the Wedding Photojournalistic style, we do have experience in directing and leading wedding events into the posed group and individual formal pictures.

3. Fashion Wedding Photography

This style of photography rings true having its name - it really is focused on the element of fashion. Brides who request fashion wedding photos being taken often book studio time outside of a normal big day shoot. This enables the photographers to organize out a session incorporating more lighting and inventive techniques. Doing a fashion wedding shoot in studio also permits the bride more freedom in stepping into typical fashion poses (like the hands on the hips, hunched back pose) associated with a more serious and "fashion-like" facial expression. Both brides and grooms request this style of wedding photography to add something different and dramatic with their wedding photo album.

4. Trash The gown Wedding Photography

Symbolic of its name, this form of wedding photography requires the "dirtying" of wedding gown worn after the fact. This style of wedding photography is also called "fearless bridal" or "rock the frock." Typically, brides choose this after things are said and implemented to offer a creative option to storing away their wedding dress that they will never wear again. A bride can venture out to a beach or a fountain, take pictures in city streets or on railroads, in abandoned buildings or fields, or even get muddied in the woods. In many cases, brides believe that this helps them release the deep tension in the wedding. It's really a bride's declaration how the wedding is done and the dress will never be worn again, so why don't you be creative and artistic by using it? At our wedding photography studio, we have been more than happy to work with brides who wants to "Trash The Dress!"