Disposable Cameras - Capture Those Spontaneous Reception Moments

Even in the digital age, disposable cameras are still a fun way to add lots of casual photos to your wedding collection. The secret is to leave them on all the tables so that guests can take photos of the reception as they see it unfolding. No two people will see it from the same perspective, so you will get lots of different shots. Disposable cameras are preferable over digital in this incidence because you can’t very well leave a bunch of digital cameras out on all the tables, but you can invest a few dollars in some disposable Kodaks and get some fun memories out of it. A few thoughts. Many companies make disposable wedding cameras. They have white flowers on the casings or some other wedding themed design. While they are attractive,


Tips On Choosing the Right Wedding Photographer

Getting those memories down on paper, or stored online for for many years to come, is only one of the big decisions you will be making in relation to your wedding. However, it is the decision that will have the longest life. Choosing the right photographer can be a tricky task. You should take a composite view towards this decision making process. Here is a guide to some of the things to be on the look out for. It is your special day, and so let's get it right. Experience. You may choose your photographer based on all of their experience. You may choose your photographer based on their experience with weddings. If you are looking for something unique, a photographer who is very skilled in their job, and not necessarily one who does weddings


Finding a Great Videographer

Today’s media has changed the way we do things. Weddings are not the same as they were even ten years ago. Technology is running at a fast pace and brides and grooms have to keep up. So how do you know what sort of video options are available to you? How do you choose a videographer when wedding planning? Because of the changes in digital photography and videography, you can now have a crystal clear record of your wedding day. That’s the good news. The other side of that coin is that you need to find a videographer who is up on the very latest technology. The last thing you want is some guy showing up lugging an outdated, clunky old corded VHS tape recorder to capture your big moments. Digital is the way to go. If the videographer you


Real Wedding: Jessica and Kyle's Beach Wedding

Guest blogger: Marisa Taylor Photography I had the special opportunity of photographing the wedding of Jessica and Kyle on August 14, 2010.  Jessica and Kyle were married in a intimate ceremony at Canal Front Park located in Lewes, DE.  They were surrounded by their closest family and friends.  The decor was gorgeous. Lots of pinks, peaches, and blues with touches of the beach added in.  Jessica looked amazing in her wedding gown. After the ceremony, a boat passed by and all the sailors screamed their congratulations to the newly wedded couple, it was pretty awesome I must admit. The interesting part of the day was the time set aside for the formal pictures.  Myself, Jessica and Kyle headed to the beaches of Rehoboth


A New Trend Photobooths at the Reception

What’s the latest fun trend in wedding photography? The photo booth! That’s right--just like the ones they have in malls and arcades. Couples are now renting photo booths to add to the spontaneous and festive atmosphere of their weddings. What’s the allure of the photo booth? Maybe it’s that guests love that they get to be themselves and make silly poses inside the privacy of the booth. It’s a time to let loose and show off your real personality. And guests also like the immediacy of the results. They can take their photos with them to remember the event. Another special touch would be picture frame favors. These are great keepsakes that play off each other well. Sure, you’ll still have your formal photos taken. But you’ll


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