How excited are you about your wedding day? I know you are putting so much time into all of the details to make your friends and family feel welcome and relaxed. You want everyone to have a fabulous time celebrating your marriage. As you should.
With the desire to have everyone fully enjoying themselves (including you!), you won’t feel like your day is being orchestrated by your photographer with photojournalistic wedding photography. You won’t even realize Kelley is there and photographing everything for you. Until you see all of your photographs. And then, you might just gasp. Or squeal. It’s happened before.
If you’re more concerned with the integrity of your day and having photographs that tell your story as it actually happened, without any posing or manipulation of scenes, then photojournalistic wedding photography is what you want. A photojournalistic approach to capturing the touching and emotional moments of your day is all about your photographer being in the background without drawing attention
to herself or directing you to move juuuust a little bit more to the right. Flashes won’t be going off in your face. The majority of your day is captured in natural light, just as it happened.
These non-staged photographs will beautifully tell your story in an album. With no need for words. There won’t be any fake smiles or tired poses to page past. Just amazing images that celebrate the joy of your wedding day. And all of the details you worked so hard to incorporate.
Oh! And just wait until you see your slideshow! Dozens of hours will go into carefully crafting this piece of artwork so you can relive your day like you’re right back in the moment. You will get to see yourselves walking together, back down the aisle and stopping for a second kiss. To seal the deal as it sinks in a little that you just got married. Or dancing with your parents, after the first
dance. These are moments that will bring tears to your eyes in another couple of decades. When you think back on how young you were. How happy. And completely unaware of how much better the two of you will become as a married couple over the course of your lives.
“Love the mostest (about our wedding photographs)? That our pics are not staged...real life, real actions, not posed.” - Danelle + Carl, September 2012