Wedding Day Photo Shoot Ideas
Choosing the right photographer and scene is one of if not the most challenging parts of
organizing your wedding. These will be memories of your special day that will be there for
you to reflect on for a lifetime. Advances in technology and a general rise in interest for the
art of photography has made many a photographer quite the pro. For this reason, many will
find it hard to decide on who to trust for their shoot, but once you have found the right
person to deliver the style and quality that you want its on to the scene of the dream.
For those who are at a loss for what kind of photos they want, we have compiled a series of
photography ideas! We have tried our best to not leave out any oddballs either, with an
effort of including what floats the boat for as many different kind of personality types.
Green Screen It: For those ready to splash some cash consider using a Green Screen. This is
used in movies, video games and photography when they can’t have the location they want
in the background or want something random happening in the background. You can have
waves crashing in, a car coming from behind, a beach, a different city…the list goes on and
on, the options are endless.
Graffiti Shoot: Find a location with awesome graffiti and do your photo shoot there. If it’s
well done, graffiti makes for some epic photography.
Film Noir: Choose a photographer with a Film Noir shadowy style and shoot for black and
Peeping Toms: Have you as the couple popping out in random places everywhere you go.
Behind tables, trees, cars, people. The more the location has to offer the more fun you can
have with this one!
Wigs Ahoy: Rent some cool wigs and have you and your guests with 70’s hairdos, as Rasta’s,
bimbos, with Mohawks…you name it!
In One with Nature: Anyone feel like tree hugging? Take gorgeous scenery photography in
nature. Use the trees, the grass, the wonderful sunset and the lakes…really make use of the
splendor of the location.
Angles: Play with angles including birds eye view! Those tend to be really powerful but
maybe more expensive but you can get drone cameras. Experiment with low angles,
crooked angles, high angles…really tell your photographer to see what he can do with the
idea of angle play.
Legendary Replicas: This can be a lot of fun, replicating famous photographs Marylyn
Monroe’s flying skirt or the Beatles crossing the road. Or famous scenes from films like from
Dirty Dancing, Grease, Bonnie and Clyde or Pulp Fiction.
Starry Skies: We know you’re starry eyed and all loved up so it calls for some starry night
photography. These images always end up being totally breathtaking, you wont go wrong
Details: Get a lot of close ups on details such as the hands intertwined or with rings. Looking
into each others eyes. Tying shoelaces, the cake being sliced, these are moments captured
intimately in this way.
Spontaneous: Ask your photographer to be inconspicuous and capture random moments.
More often than not these turn out far more charming than when posing.
Kind of Camera: Use an old camera for a grainy image or a polaroid, polaroid’s never go out
Props: Consider using props for your photo shoot and have a laugh, random ones like
brooms and pedal stools or more conventional ones like masks and balloons, it’s your call!
We hope that we have inspired you and given you some ideas you might like, and that you
will allow W-Limo to be in on the fun! We offer you the newest vehicles at very competitive
prices, our fleet consisting of Stretch Limos, SUV and Hummer Limo’s, Sedans, Vans and
Party Buses! We’re ready for a blast whenever you are!