Capturing as many moments as possible during the day, you will find that pretty much everywhere you go, the camera will be subtlety following you. Whilst the timetable for the day on the whole will dictate the photos that are taken, there is still some room for candid and formal shots, although not that much. It is fair to say that this style is not for everyone, but if it is something you like the sound of, you should also look into the way the photographs are presented - this will vary considerably from photographer to photographer. Reportage is a relatively new phenomenon in Wedding terms but is one that is increasing in popularity, so it shouldn’t be too hard finding a photographer near you who shoots in this style.
Many photographers will specialise in on of the aforementioned styles, although some will tell you that they are flexible and can produce whatever you are after. The latter may well be true, but before accepting this at face value, it is important to take a look at their work to judge whether this is the case or not.
If after reading about the styles you are still not sure which you prefer, think about what photographs you have seen and liked in the past or take a look at any clippings you have taken from magazines and try to classify them by style. Doing this should hopefully help you determine the way forward.
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