Belize Weddings in Paradise

Groups – The Art of Herding Cats

Photographing groups at weddings can be an art form in itself.  First you have to catch them while they are still upright. It’s great if they are a little bit merry, but as the party progresses, things can get a bit messy.  One of the lovely gentlemen in this shot fell out of the tree three times before giving up.

Of course Conch Creative is known for their fun and playful approach to wedding photography and understands that a wedding celebration should be a party! So, we encourage our groups to let their hair down and …well…climb all over each other.

…because we believe that is how you capture memories that you really will want to share with your family and friends and that will make you smile for years to come.

Sometimes even when we do slightly more traditional group shots, the architecture can be an inspiration.

Or sometimes the the beautiful scenery can create opportunities for unique and special group photographs.

Conch Creative believes that the couple should be the centre of attention on their special day, so we don’t always insist that groups look at the camera.

Ultimately, the most important thing is that everyone in the group looks relaxed and happy and Conch Creative will go to any lengths to make sure that happens!

2 responses

  1. tee hee hee – the group falling over has me giggling. love it. I can see I must amp the pressure on Pookie for those wedding shots – 😉

    November 8, 2010 at 8:09 am

    • Well I got the biggest smile when I saw your new email address! Maybe we need to do a Tia Chocolate photoshoot!!!

      November 8, 2010 at 8:20 am

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