Pre-wedding photography is a growing trend where engaged couples decide to have professional photos taken in a special location before their wedding day. In this article we explore the differences between pre wedding and engagement photos, as well as the most popular photo shoot settings.
If you've been searching for inspiration for your wedding photo shoot you've probably discovered there is a whole world of different styles to choose from. Deciding on a style you like will make it will easier for you to find a photographer and describe to them what you want for your photo shoot. Here are some of the most common types of wedding photography and some examples to help you find the style that suits you.
As the year comes to a close, we at Famarry are excited to see the up and coming wedding photography trends for 2017! The last few years gave way to lavish luxury and beautiful intricate weddings but what will next year bring? These are the trends we've noticed.
You and your partner have just decided to get pre wedding photos — but where do you start?! With so many things to take into consideration and so many photographers out there, it can be a confusing and stressful process. Here we explore some important factors to consider before you make your decision.
To celebrate reaching over 500 registered photographers on Famarry, we have gathered up a list of some of our favorite photos and photographers from all around the world.
The spring season in Tokyo brings cool weather, sunny skies and most importantly, cherry blossoms! Cherry blossoms, or "sakura" as they are called in Japanese, are the most popular flower of the season. This is because the beautiful pink flowers only bloom for a limited amount of time.
A beach photo shoot is a great way to get some beautiful photos and some sun! In this article we share with you our top 6 picks for romantic beach photo shoots in Okinawa.
During the peak of the autumn season in Japan, the leaves of the maple trees and ginkgo trees turn red and yellow. The autumn hues make for a beautiful scene at every turn.
If you've ever walked through the famous Meiji Jingu Shrine in Tokyo, or the Kamigamo Shrine in Kyoto, you may have spotted a group of people wearing traditional kimono. The Shinto shrines in Japan are open to different ceremonies year round, one of them being weddings! Weddings or "kekkonshiki" (結婚式) in Japanese, range from western to traditional in approach. This article will give you a glimpse into the traditional version.
One of the challenges you're likely to face when it comes to taking your wedding photos is deciding where to take them! Of course, there are many settings in which to take beautiful, romantic photos, however, one you may be surprised we recommend is... bridges! What better way to show the coming together of two happy people?