Photography should be an art form limited only by your imagination. Be inspired by skilled innovations from famed photographers such as Mario Testino. He picked up a camera for the first time at 24 of age and shot to fame as one of the most celebrated photographers in the fashion industry. Testino has captured many of the world’s best known people, shot for magazine covers, such as Vogue and Vanity Fair and was noted for taking some iconic snaps of the late Princess Diana.
|Mario Testino created some enduring images of Diana
He has covered the official shoot of the historic moment when Catherine Middleton and Prince William got engaged.
|Prince William and Kate’s royal engagement shoot by Mario Testino, formal and cuddly shots, it graces the cover of Vanity Fair|
Wedding is the time when two people celebrate their love history (and herstory) together. You create the perfect memento by capturing photos with your selected attire, proper make-over, shooting location and style. With the advancement of technology you can have
your treasured memories stored digitally creatively, in photo albums or
other forms of print.
|Some photoshoot ideas, you need quite a team of extras 🙂|
In group photo, have some assortment in positioning; some standing, hugging each other, seated or squatting in different angle, instead of lining the people up like a class photo.
|Kate Moss’ Wedding day coverage by Mario Testino|
|Left and center: Jamie Hince and Kate’s wedding. Far right: Mario Testino and Kate Moss|
I’ve always loved this Burberry romantic fragrance ad shot back in Oct 2005. It was able to portray the elegance of life’s simple joy. From getting angry with your bf for being late to a simple walk down a quiet street, you just have to be imaginative. Add a few details and voila! you have your pre-wedding collection.
|justjared.com: Burberry London featuring Rachel Weisz and Ioan Gruffudd photographed by Mario Testino|
References: Getty Images, justjared.com, mariotestino.com, wikipedia.org, vanityfair.com