Weddings are always an expensive occasion and now more than ever it is essential to cut costs where you can. A wedding budget considers many aspects be it large or small including wedding invitations, food, venue, flowers, transportation, decor, pre-wedding events, tuxedo rentals, bridal accessories and the ever important Photography. Although there are many more ingredients to complete the Wedding cake occasion, photography might be one of those extravagant expenditures in which you could save yourself a lot of money.
Therefore let us discuss whether DIY photography for your wedding is just as good as good.
Back in the day it would have been unheard of to have a Wedding with no professional photography to capture that special one in a lifetime moment in a couples life. It would have been an absolute necessity to have hired a professional or a couple of professionals to stand around and capture every moment of your special wedding day. These were the Pro Wedding photos times as professional DSLR cameras were extremely expensive and only a handful of people, most of whom were professional, would have owned them. They were the ones with the experience and were able to take high-quality photos of your wedding day, be it other events too. As a result, most people during these times were accustomed to such a way of wedding day culture. And although this would have been and still is quite an expensive part of the wedding budget, albeit slightly cheaper nowadays, they did succeed in capitulating and providing high standard quality and beautiful photographs.
However because of the wide variety and accessibility of technology nowadays, many people opt to go DIY with their wedding photography. Many people have access to DSLR professional cameras as they are much cheaper and also smartphones which offer half decent picture quality. Moreover practice makes perfect and so even a relative of the wedding party would be more than capable of undertaking the challenge of photographing the entire wedding occasion. However, would it be up to the same quality standard as that of a professional?