Wedding Photography in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
Our team at Convey Studios in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, has had the pleasure of working with many couples to capture the magic of their engagement and wedding day. We’d love to talk to you about yours as well! We understand that every bride and groom is different, and they all have a unique story about how they met and fell in love. We have the honor of documenting that romance through photos, and we know that you’ll cherish them for years and years to come. Before reading on, click here to take our wedding photography styles quiz and learn which style will be perfect for you!
There are a few main wedding photography styles offered at Convey Studios. Read on to see the wedding photography styles we love:
Say cheese! Whenever you think about getting photos taken, the traditional photography style is probably what comes to mind first. This style is straightforward and classic. The photographer’s goal is to pose you and to get everyone looking at the camera with their eyes open. The angles, cropping, and lighting are typically consistent with each photo.
The result is predicable and proven.
You will know what to expect, so there will be no unexpected surprises. The traditional style produces images that are timeless and conventional. This style is typically used to capture bridals, couple photos, and group shots.
Lights, camera, action! The dramatic style of wedding photography uses lighting, posing, and angles to capture stunning, magazine-worthy images. The lighting in this style tends to be more sharp, creating a high contrast between the subject and their surroundings. Posing is heavy in this style, as the goal is to give the subject a larger-than-life appearance. The photographer will often take a different angle than straight-on in order to achieve a more striking result.
True to its name, this style tends to produce images that are dramatic. The resulting images often look like they could be a full spread in a magazine. In many instances, the subject does not smile in order to achieve a more dramatic result. Moments typically captured in a dramatic style include bridals, engagements, and couple photos in which the couple prefers a larger-than-life look.
Wedding photojournalism is like a media assignment. A newspaper photographer is hired by a newspaper to document an event. They don’t interfere with the event in any way; they simply document what is happening as it happens.
This style tends to produce shots that allow the personality of the subjects and the emotion of the day to shine through. Since you aren’t thinking about being photographed, you’re just being yourself. That’s why this style often has the most genuine smiles and laughter. Examples of moments typically captured by the photojournalist wedding style could include action shots on the dance floor, a shared hug between you and a friend that you didn’t think anyone else saw, and the ring bearer swiping icing from the cake.
It’s time for some artistic flair. The photographer’s goal with lifestyle photos is to capture a subject or a moment in a unique, artistic way. Just like any other art form, the methods used are as varied as the artists themselves. The photographer may use posing, lighting, architecture, layers, different angles, props, etc. to achieve her goal. The process is free-flowing, with the photographer often coming up with new ideas on the spot, as inspiration strikes.
The types of images produced tend to be eye-catching and visually pleasant. They often highlight the personalities of the bride and groom. Because of this, lifestyle photos tend to have more variety than the other styles. The moments often captured using lifestyle photography include getting ready, bridals, engagements, and wedding party photos.
We’d love to meet you in person to talk more about our photography styles. Our artists at Convey Studios in DFW are proud of the reputation for our cherished photography styles that we’ve earned in the area, and we’re eager to talk to you about your special day. We are based out of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, but offer our wedding photography service in the following cities:
- Dallas, TX
- Fort Worth, TX
- Arlington, TX
- Plano, TX
- Garland, TX
- Irving, TX
- Grand Prairie
Contact us to get started!