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Smashing the boundaries of wedding photography

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Posted May 1, 2013 by Zarn Ballentine in 2013
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As in all things, creativity has levels, boundaries and exceptions and in the wedding industry, the most exciting thing is that boundaries are expected to be broken. It’s the one industry that is heavily influenced by fashion and directed by what you, the Bride wants. Trends focus on what is popular and what Brides are asking for and now that Brides are uniquely telling their story through their personality.

I LOVE it! It’s incredibly captivating to see the new trends, the unique ideas and the unusual takes on old traditions emerge. None more so than in wedding photography and thanks to exceptional talented wedding photographers like Ky from B Captured wedding photography, the boundaries of wedding photography are not just being broken, they’re being smashed.

It’s no longer a point and shoot game but rather a collective example of fine art expression through capturing moments in time – those moments – your wedding. I for one adore the new styles and am excited about wedding photographers like Ky! No more boring line ups of smiles staring down a lens. It’s about expression; the photographers expression of your moments, working together with your photographer to saturate your personality over your wedding photos. Thank goodness the sergence of vintage filters that have dominated the market for the last two years is on it’s way out because you girls are wanting something more.

Ky has an incredible talent for capturing his couples like fine art prints like Chris and Vy’s real wedding in Adelaide, Australia.

Chris and Vy’s Adelaide wedding

A stunning couple! A beautiful wedding! Immaculate photos!

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The full wedding gallery

Photography: B. Captured

Venue: St Laurences Catholic Church, Adelaide

 

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About the Author

Zarn Ballentine

I confess, I am a wedding addict and am living a beautiful, fuzzy dream, blurred by everything that encapsulates unique weddings that ooze style and creativity. Doing things differently, you won't find over saturated puffy white weddings here! Welcome to my wonderland, my menagerie where all things creative and stylish collide. Come on in and have some tea!

2 Comments


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    Vy Pham

    Wow! On cloud 9 seeing our wedding photos being featured on your website! We were very blessed to have worked with such an amazing photographer, Ky Luu. I have been involved in other wedding parties where the photographer take their ‘stock standard’ photos, Ky takes it to the next level several times over. You can see him assessing his surroundings to gain the best angle and lighting to produce the pictures he does. He was such fun to work with and it does reflect on our photos. Congratulations Ky on being recognised around the world!




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    Wow, that is some amazing photography…breath taking. Definitely photography as art.





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