The Candid Approach.

Photographs are better unplanned.

– The Candid Approach

Photographs are better unplanned.

Think of the unplanned shot of the bride and groom smil- ing at each other, children playing near a fire hydrant, or a businessman looking at his cell phone. Candid photos let the photographer catch people in the act when they have no idea they are being photographed. The sponta- neity and unplanned, honest nature of the photograph adds life to it. Great candid photos don’t happen by acci- dent. They require the photographer to be observant, put themselves in a position where good candids happen, and have an eye for composition and visualization. Candids are potent tools that tell your story and connect you to the emotions of the people in the photos.

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Traditional Approach

Typically involves classic and time-tested techniques, often adhering to established compositional rules, lighting principles, and subject matter. It may encompass genres such as portrait, landscape, and still life, and often focuses on capturing the subject matter in a straightforward and natural manner.

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Dramatic Approach

Involves creating visually powerful and impactful images that evoke strong emotions and convey a sense of intensity. This style often employs bold and dynamic elements, such as dramatic lighting, high contrast, strong shadows, and vivid colors to create a sense of drama and tension in the images.

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Candid Approach

Think of the unplanned shot of the bride and groom smiling at each other, children playing near a fire hydrant, or a businessman looking at his cell phone.

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Creative Approach

Think highly stylized and digitally edited photographs, as you might see in some advertisements and on social media sites like Instagram.

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