Post # 1
So I found out that the newest trend at the moment is the ‘morning after’ wedding shoot, in which couples invite the photographer to capture the moments after they wake up the next morning. Including them in various states of undress and even some ‘getting close’ in the shower.
It seems to me that wedding photography is getting crazy. Engagement shoots, boudoir shoots, bride in her dress shoots, first look shoots, wedding day shoots, morning after shoots, day after shoots, rock the frock/trash the dress shoots…
What do we think of this newest idea?
Post # 3
I didnt look at the link, but for what you describe I say-No thanks!
That does not sound enjoyable at all. And its also not moments that I would love to have captured on camera.
Post # 4
Uhhh, gross! I highly doubt my mother wants me sharing such lovely “we had sex last night!” photos the night after our wedding.
Bring me champagne and breakfast in bed and leave me the F alone after the wedding. LOL
Post # 5
Post # 6
Hell no, no one bugs me in the morning, least of all for pictures!
Post # 7
No way! Wanted to be left well alone the next day!
Post # 8
What’s the point? i wouldn’t exactly want to hand out pics to family, of me and my Fiance half dressed. No thank you.
Post # 10
Ewww. I see a lot of brides that are taking engagement pictures in pjs and in their beds and I get the same “groooooossssss” feeling. Please do not document your bedroom time for the world to see.
Post # 11
It seems so forced. Some of the pictures are sexy from a visual point of view, but I don’t know if I would want to take part in something like that the day after getting married. That’s private time.
Post # 12
Nope. As I posted on the other thread about this, I literally laughed at most of those photos. No way.
Post # 13
I have to wonder… are people getting more and more self centered? I absolutely think documentating a wedding by hiring a good photographer is important, but my god, how many photos do brides need of themselves? haha
Post # 14
This is so over-board IMO. People are so self obsessed with photography. I feel the magic of photography is gone, ruined. No longer captures a moment, rather people are obsessed with capturing every.single.moment.
Post # 15
Uhhh, awkward. I am NOT cute in the morning and I’d prefer to not scar as many eye balls as humanlly possible.
Post # 16
- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
After taking out my extensions before we went to bed… and waking up with hair that looked like one large dreadlock…. I have NO idea how these women look pretty in the photos. You’d have to worry about looking good and I definetley looked horrible.