Photo of the day! Outstanding wedding photo.
Nothing like a photo to capture the beauty of your wedding day. Seeing photos like this really make us proud of our app and having helped so many people capture gorgeous wedding photos. If you have any great photos from your wedding and want to be featured on our blog, please send them to us via email@example.com!
Love truly is boundless
The lighting on this photo is fantastic! This photo is super cute as well as another tribute to the idea that love has no boundaries!
The History of Wedding Photography
Photography was born in the year 1826 with the help of Joseph Nicéphone Niépce.
Thefirst photo he took, however, is nothing like the photos we are used to today. With bulky equipment and shaky results, wedding photos were a rarity in the first half of the 19th century.
Most couples would have one photo taken before or after their wedding in formal clothes. The wedding itself was photo-less. As the 19th century came to a close wedding photos were becoming more commonplace as the photographers would actually take pictures at the wedding venue. Color photography was also being experimented with, yet the results were inconsistent.
After the culmination of World War II, wedding photography took off. The pictures we know and love started taking shape in the 1970s and with advancements in technology pictures have become one of the centerpieces of a wedding.
For an average wedding today photographers will take close to 500 usable pictures! Now, the challenge is to have all of your wonderful photos in one place for everyone to see. Hmm…there is a probably a website that can help you out with that *cough* Capsule Weddings *cough*
Big thanks to actor/artist Alan Cumming!
Last night, Alan Cumming, known primarily for starring in the films X2, Spy Kids, and Goldeneye, held an exhibit for his art at a lovely hotel in the heart of Los Angeles. Alan, being the good guy he is, invited team capsule to come on by and set up TV Mode for him. We happily obliged.
The night, of course, ended up being completely phenomenal. We made sure to hook up as many people as we could with CapsuleCam to ensure everyone could get their share of the live photo sharing experience.
We wanted to give a huge thanks to Mr.Cumming for inviting us to the event, it was a blast! If you are interested in checking out some of Alan’s work and photos from last night (some pretty cool characters you may know showed up), join the capsule! Here is the link: http://cap.cm/ALANC