Okay, so it’s that time. You’re engaged, you’ve set a date, booked a venue, booked a band, and now you have to find a photographer. And more importantly, you have to decide how you want your wedding photos to look.
This question plagues brides and grooms all over the world on the daily. You don’t know where to look. You feel that you’re not creative, or that whatever you decide on won’t be something you look fondly back upon.
Today, I wanted to share a couple of tips with you for finding inspiration for your wedding photos. It’s nothing extensive, but with today’s online resources, there are so many different ways to find inspiration for you wedding photos.
The first, and I feel most important way, to find inspiration for your wedding photos is through Pinterest. There are literally millions of photos on Pinterest at your disposal. No matter what style of wedding you’re having or what you’re looking for in your photography, I promise that you will be able to find it on Pinterest. On top of all of this great content being available to you at no cost, you can also create inspiration boards on Pinterest that allow you to save all of your ideas.
Instagram is another great platform for finding inspiration. Through the use of different wedding hashtags and wedding photographer accounts you can find inspiration to match any style. Again, there are literally millions of pieces of content at your disposal, so this is an essential platform for any future bride or groom.
Inspiration doesn’t only lie within social media. There are many different sites that you can venture to find photography inspiration as well. I have included links to some of my favorites below.
Whatever your style, there is photography inspiration out there somewhere. Whether it’s through nature, wedding websites, blogs, or social media there is endless quality content that will give you ideas for your wedding.
As always, I would love to hear from you. So, if you have any questions or are looking for some help finding inspiration, feel free to contact me at any time. I will look forward to hearing from you and wish you the best of luck in the planning of your wedding photos!
Have a good one,
“No place is boring, if you’ve had a good night’s sleep and have a pocket full of unexposed film.” -Robert Adams