One of the latest trends in photography is “Vintage”.
Every so often, pixsellpix.com likes to have a look at the latest trends in photography and keep up to date with the cool…and the hilarious
In my experience…trends tend to go round in circles every two decades…like platform shoes. Talk to a teenager about “their” platform shoes and you would think they have just been invented…when you enlighten them with the fact that they date back to the 16th century!!! They cry…. nooooooo that can’t be? I got these shoes last week from Primarny
Old is new this season. Vintage imitation has been in for Save the Date cards and wedding invitations for quite a while and now the trend seems to be extending to the the wedding albums. You certainly don’t want the whole wedding book to look vintage unless your wedding was staged in a vintage style – Roaring 20s, 30s Hollywood, 70s Disco… Usually, you would want to have some vintage elements incorporated in the design. This can be sepia-toned photos, artfully grainy or faded photos for the background images and props.
Latest Trends in photography are vintage Weddings
Respect to Solutions Bridal
Another new and sexy trend in photography is the “morning after” shoot
Photos are a huge part of every wedding. They capture the moments, big and small, that couples will relive for years to come.
If the media frenzy surrounding a new type of wedding photo session is to be believed, the morning after the wedding can also be preserved for eternity.
In recent weeks, outlets from ABC News to the New York Daily News to The Week to Jezebel reported on the birth of sexy new Trends in photography called “morning after” photography, which apparently captures a bride and groom’s first morning together as husband and wife, posed together in provocative states of undress.
“More and more brides and grooms are… [inviting a] cameraperson … [into] … their honeymoon suite to shoot them in all manner of undress,” wrote Lexi Nisita on Refinery29, one of the first to report on the trend…well…How rude is that…personally, i wouldn’t share my Bacon buttie with anyone.
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