This is where photographers bring into play the monochrome design that is fused into the days' shooting. This classic approach is an essential part of a photographer's work in bringing forth beautiful black and white images that captures the imagination of their audience when perused upon.
This is where the photographers turn back the clock to the days before digital photography. This style introduces the subjects to careful set up poses, made up mostly of groups.
This is where photographers follow the bride and groom as they interact with their guests. It creates a panorama of candid shots that are captured at opportune moments where the subjects are often unaware that they are being photographed.
This is where photographers concentrate on what may appear to be "insignificant" in terms of importance, yet they serve to create memories of what was part of the wedding ambience. So often, these details can easily be forgotten years ahead had they not been included in the wedding album.