This photo was captured at a wedding that featured a very large wedding party, but were dressed in identical clothing. I couldn’t decide which one I liked best, so I’m including them both. In my opinion, both wedding photos tell a different story that is determined by the viewer of course.
The wedding took place in a rural setting north of Austin and featured live string music, a barn, a cornfield, a classic convertible Mercedes Benz and much more tradition…
In the next week or so I’ll be creating a blog about photojournalism. I want to define what photojournalism is and how it applies to different events and in particular, weddings. Lots of photographers consider themselves wedding photojournalists or photojournalistic-style photographers here in Austin, but I want to delve a little deeper into the topic of what exactly photojournalism is and what it means for wedding clients.
I plan to talk about the importance and emotion that photojournalism style photography can bring to a seemingly ordinary event. And at its core, photojournalism is all about telling the story of a bride’s wedding, which is something Austin Americana Photography tries to do for our Austin brides. It should be fun and interesting so stay tuned.
Read more about Austin Wedding Photojournalism from Austin Wedding Photojournalist Martin Whitton HERE.