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We all love how it sounds but how do we define it?


Fine-Art feels like love: you know it when you see it, but can’t quite point out why.


Photojournalistic style is a backlash against the meticulously posed, classic static photography is a solemnity of traditions. But art-key stands as the whole new world created on a mix of new definitions of posing, candid, conceptuality, fashion, and yes, the art of capturing wedding day.

Fine-Art feels like love: you know it when you see it, but can’t quite point out why.

Fine-Art Full Wedding Albums:


Ann Marie & Tony

Naomi & Benjamin

Anna & Jason


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Photojournalistic wedding photography is an unposed and undirected visual narrative of your wedding day. This style of photography allows you to just let go and enjoy your day without worrying about posing for more pics. At least a little less posing, ok :)


“Your wedding photography will look like your wedding, and not a collection of Pinterest boards. Your images will be a unique work of art. They will show something that the wedding industry can never plan or inspire, because your wedding will look like how you felt. – Jeannie G., Wedding Photographer


A photojournalist’s influence over a photograph is limited by timing, field-of-view, and exposure settings on their cameras. If you want to have your wedding day captured in the photojournalistic style, make sure to have enough photography coverage hours (6+).

The results are a truly timeless photographic representation of your wedding day and its spirit, your love and union, and the wonderful cast of characters that are your family and close friends.


Capturing creative unstaged moments without interfering or altering the scene.

Photojournalistic Full Wedding Albums:

Lucy & Wes

Shannon & Mike

Ashley & Kevin

Dani & Marcos




So what is Traditional (Classic) Wedding Photography?


Traditional portrait photography is the priority of staged and controlled photography, it requires formal posing techniques. More poses, fewer surprises!:)


“Wherever the center of the light source is, you want that to be a little bit above the center of the couple’s eyes – something magical happens when you do this.”  – Zach and Jody Gray

Most weddings have this done with the entire wedding party, parents, bridesmaids, groomsmen, and flower girls.

If you want to have your wedding shot in Traditional style, make sure to get your shot-list ready. Every photographer has their must-have shots lists however never doubt sending your ideas to your photographer. This is your Day and your Vision matters!



Classic Photography Full Wedding Albums:

Nick & Lauren

Lexie & Joe

Samantha & Christopher

Victoria & Jeff

MyTran & Chris