Fantastic wedding first dance image featuring the bride being held overhead by the groom at the Four Seasons Disney Resort in Orlando Florida
Here you can see the groom lift his new bride during their first dance celebration. Also another great example of the use of professional grade off camera lighting to ensure that every exposure is perfect even in a darkened room like your wedding reception. This allows us to concentrate fully on capturing the moment, without concern for it being correctly exposed. No other company does reception coverage quite the same way, and end up fighting to get the exposure correct all night long. We look to get the great shots, while they look to find the right exposure. Huge difference in the resulting images.
If you are a photographer and want to learn off camera lighting techniques so you can make shots like this simple, give us a call, as we do lighting seminars and tutoring as well. Let us show you how!
Some say, who needs coverage of “just the party”.
Hmmm. Ok, how much did you spend on “just the party”? I thought so.
How much fun did you have? Same thing right? Tons! Of course we love capturing all that fun and good times that goes along with your party!
Remember, though, it’s not all fun and partying. There are some immensely emotional moments that occur during your wedding reception as well. All those “formalities”, are really precious moments that deserve to be honored in your wedding image collection. Think about your first dance, which is one of your all time high life moments, which of course happened right after your grand introduction. Then of course you had that awesome dance with dad, who never sheds a tear but couldn’t hold them back tonight. And your husband dancing with his mom brought the house down as well right? Of course the best man got a little carried away in his toast, but if was funny anyway right? Who can blame you for shoving a little cake into hubby’s face and seeing the look on his face? Its all in fun!
Sure there was a lot of dancing and rocking and rolling. And the girls completely wiffed trying to catch that bouquet, and wow…the guy who caught the garter had a GREAT time putting it back on the girl that caught the bouquet. And then your dj wound the evening up with that great family friendship circle that had everyone yelling out the words to that Bon Jovi and Journey song before exiting in a path of sparklers…..
And with us, its all in your wedding album too.
Check out the way we capture the “party”. With our dynamic lighting and ninja style, you won’t even know we’ve captured most of these moments. Our specialty, it catching people being themselves, just like in this picture. Doesn’t your party deserve this kinda treatment? Of course it does.
When we create your wedding album design, typically the most space in the album, and of course the album cover itself are going to come from this part of the days shooting.. To us, your wedding album should flow and tell the story of your day. As such, following the detail page, the order of events will follow the same order in the book as it occurred throughout your day.
Some of the major wedding day themes may be:
Bride getting ready usually 2-3 spreads
Bride and the girls messing around
Groom getting ready
Grooms and the guys messing around
Down the aisle
Your Ceremony itself may be 2-5 spreads
Bride and Groom formals
Bridal Party Formals in various combinations
Brides side of the family formals
Grooms side of the family formals
Fun with the bridal party pix
Romantic portraits with the bride and groom, may be 2 -5 spreads
Bouquet and Garter toss
Dancing and partying of course!
Exit and bon voyage!
How will you remember your day?
Relax we got this!
Brads Creative Images Photography