Love and marriage are the two subjects that forever fascinated great writers. Of all the worldly affairs that we humankind are a part of, marriage has always held the position of a sacred writ given to us directly by the divine eternal.
Wedding Day is, unquestionably, one of your happiest days ever. One can never fully express the joy and enthusiasm in stock for this most special of days in one’s life. Sharing the happiness of wedding with your family and relatives, experiencing the thrill of being the center of attention by every means, bringing out the best possible you for the big occasion – everything is an inevitable part of the splendor of a wedding function. Add wedding photography tops it all. The question is how we can make the most out of wedding photography. Here are some ideas.
Renowned American writer Susan Sontag once famously said, “All photographs are momento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out a moment and freezing it. All photographs testify to time’s relentless melt”. Whenever we look at a photograph depicting a moment from our past, this thought must have crossed our minds. Like a moment from our past got melted in an endless loop, forever to remain there. To tell the world that this particular person in the image was right there at that place with all the accumulated emotional spectrum of his/her hitherto life, living a life of his/her own.