look at this hot, new trend in wedding photography. People, couples, taking the photographer into the suite, the honeymoon suite. And they post them on facebook. We'll have a debate on that coming up.... See More
look at this hot, new trend in wedding photography. People, couples, taking the photographer into the suite, the honeymoon suite. And they post them on facebook. We'll have a debate on that coming up. But first, here's linsey davis with the story. Reporter: Professional photographs were once reserved for school proms and class pictures. But these days, people find a reason to hire a photographer for nearly everything. But picture this. Morning-after photos, taken by the shutterbug you invited to your bedroom, or shower for that matter, for a steamy photo shoot after the wedding was over and the passion is on. The idea is just to show the couple after a wedding day. Just, you know, their most intimate moments together in their home. We try to have fun with it. We try to make it playful. Reporter: Indecent proposal? Not for ina chavez. Ina and her husband jumped at the chance for a chance to, shall we say, smile for the camera. You're going to the gym. You're in the best shape of your life. Anytime to do it is now. Jonet said she was inspired by these ads. We are like a fly on the wall, peeking in. I want it to implay, sexy, fun, playful. If they want to pillowfight in bed, I'm up for that. Reporter: To capture the essence of the in the sheet moments, they took the snapshots all around the house. You walked in here and said, ah. The dining room table. This is it, right here, right? Thanksgiving dinner here will never be the same. What do you do with the morning-after pictures? We'll sit down with michelle and probably do an album. And we'll do a collage for our bedroom. Why not look at these pictures and be reminded of the love that was captured. Reporter: For 650 bucks, you, too, can say cheese. Yowza. Newlywed bliss has a whole, new look. Linsey davis, abc news, new york. You see the pictures now. Now, the debate. Magazine editor in chief, lesscy jane seymour. Let's let you go ahead. You seem to be the only person here who thinks this is a good idea. I want to be a leader, not a follower. I want to e no why this photographer didn't come to my morning-after when I married michael at the plaza. She wasn't invited? I didn't know about this. I'm all about love. On your wedding day, you are nervous. And you are tight. And oh, the cake picture. The flowers. Is my dress okay? Are people having a good time? When you're celebrating that you finally seal the deal, the next day. I'm looking at him like, michael, we did it. We didt. That's when you're the most beautiful. You don't have the fake eyelashes on. You're real. I would post every picture on facebook. All I have to say is, eww. Oh, my goodness. Can we not share everything? Can I have something that is personal? This is so personal. And let's face it. I don't know about you, but the day after I got married, i didn't look like that. It's really hard to look fabulous that second day. And post it on facebook? What about your boss? I have hundreds of clients. And I'm going to tell you the issue with everybody. The common denominator is everybody wants to love and be loved. No one's going to look like heidi klum or adriana lima, or tyra banks. It's not going to happen. Why the photo? When you're at the happiest moment of your life, you want to capture that moment. Why not capture that moment? For yourselves. But not for the world. Every individual is different. And I have to tell you that, i deal with celebrity clients who are the most famous in the world and everyday people. And people have insecurities. I promote loving yourself. Be narcissistic. But post pictures? Why not? It's too much. Do you want those out there? Do you want your boss seeing those pictures? Yes, you do. It's not pornography. I would put up pictures that are in good taste. I would not put up pictures of my tushy. Why not? They're kissing. I don't see any private parts. Tmi. Do we know what tmi is anymore? Tmi is telling somebody on the first date how much prozac you're on or what dosage. This, to me, is a beautiful form of art. I promote it. And I promote loving yourself. I love myself. But I'm not putting those photos up. And I recommend no one else does. And I love myself. And I'd put 1,000 pictures of myself up every day. I'll share your photos. Thanks very much.
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