What are the key photos that a Buddhist wedding photographer must capture at a Buddhist wedding?
A Buddhist wedding ceremony is a unique and special occasion that is steeped in tradition and symbolism. Just like any Asian wedding, the marriage ceremony follows set traditions and rituals.
A professional wedding photographer needs to capture the essence of the wedding day by taking photos of the following important moments naturally.
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List of photos that a Buddhist wedding photographer must capture
- The bride and groom getting ready: Photographs of the bride and groom getting ready before the ceremony, capturing the anticipation and excitement of the day.
- The venue: Photographs of the wedding venue, including the altar and any decorations, can help to set the scene and create a harmonic atmosphere of the place.
- The arrival of the bride: Photographs of the bride as she arrives at the wedding venue to capture her beauty and grace.
- The procession: Photographs of the wedding procession, including the groom, officiant, and any attendants or family members, to showcase the wedding party’s attire and set the tone for the ceremony.
- The ceremony: Photographs of the various elements of the Buddhist wedding ceremony, including the Seven Steps and Seven Vows, to capture the sacredness and significance of the couple’s Buddhist commitment.
- The exchange of rings: Photographs of the bride and groom exchanging rings to capture the moment when they become husband and wife.
- The first kiss: Photographs of the happy couple’s first kiss as a married couple to show the joy and excitement of the moment.
- Wedding portraits: The relaxed portrait session of just the bride and groom, shots that are fun, natural and modern. The photos they’ll cherish forever and may be printed as a canvas for the wall.
- The reception: Photographs of the reception, including the food, decor, and guests, can capture the festive atmosphere of the wedding celebration.
- Family and group photos: Photographs of the bride and groom with their families and wedding party can help to document the people who were there to share on their special day.
- Candid moments: Candid photographs of the bride and groom and their guests interacting. Photojournalism-style wedding photography that captures the emotions and interactions that make the wedding day unique and memorable.
A professional Buddhist wedding photographer must be able to capture the key moments and elements of the ceremony while also capturing the unique spirit and personality of the bride and groom.
Bipin Dattani Photography
Wedding photographer in Pinner, England
28 Hillview Rd, Pinner HA5 4PA