Here are top 4 photography opportunities you shouldn’t miss out on your big day
From candid moments to pre and post wedding ceremonies to the actual wedding rituals, make sure you record all the fun filled and emotional moments with your near and dear ones that will last you a lifetime. Monisha Ajgaonkar, Founder and Director, The Photo Diary, lists down some options:
Live Edit: A live edit is the screening of your entire wedding celebration on the last day or at the reception. It gives families and friends a chance to relive the moments, bringing to mind the excitement and emotions.
Video Booth: A play on the photo booth, a video booth invites guests to spontaneously shoot short videos—approximately two-to-three minutes long—complete with props and songs.
Pre-Wedding Videos: Couples prefer to shoot short videos to send out as save-the-date invites and to convey details about the event. Such videos can be easily sent via WhatsApp and other social media platforms, while saving on the hassle of printing cards.
Drone: A favourite at destination weddings, drone photography captures an aerial view of the event and of course, the destination. Make an informed decision while keeping in mind your comfort and other elements of the wedding planning. For example, booking drones for a banquet wedding is unnecessary.