What you need to know about Wedding Photography:
When you have selected your wedding photographer, there are still a number of deciding factors to consider. You will be dedicating a large amount of your time and money to find the ideal wedding photography experience. Plan everything well in advance and make sure you get all the points right from start. Professional photographers will be able to give lots of wedding day advice. You will not be disappointed when you are finally presented with your wedding album, full of stunning images.
Firstly you must consider your location wisely; amazing backdrops can be a simple line of trees at your local park. Your photographer will advise you whether your location is suitable and suggest alternatives if not. Natural light with trees scattered around makes for an ideal set up for your wedding photography. Trees proved natural soft light to defuse suns harsh rays during summer months but also gives shelter from light drizzle if the weather is unkind to us on our wedding day. If your venue doesn't offer the perfect location then your wedding photographer, they will be able to advise you on the best local spots for wedding photography.
Next you need to think about timing of your day. Your wedding photographer will prepare a wedding planner with you a few weeks before your wedding. This will help you know exactly what time you need to be at a particular place, when cars are arriving and mobile number, just in case.
You must also consider the time you are getting married. If it’s 3pm most of your posed photographs will be taken around 4pm. This is fine for a summer wedding, however, if you are getting married in the middle of November you may have problems taking pictures in the dark. You will also not beable to have the outside of the venue in your photographs as your guests will not be keen to go out in the cold and darkness of night!! They much prefer the warmness of the bar!! Speak to your wedding photographer about this before hand and a solution might be to have your ceremony earlier in day.
The third and most important factor is you - the Bride and Groom. Without a good relationship between you and your wedding photographer, your photographs will suffer. Your photographer should be able to help you relax and make you feel confident. They work hard to get everyone in their prospective places during group shots. If your best man or ushers can help during this time the whole process becomes much easier and quicker.
This is one day you will remember for the rest of your lives, make the most of every minute. You never know you might even get to like having your photograph taken, the difference will be seen clearly in your photographs.
I hope the wedding day advice I have given you will help to make your wedding photography experience pleasurable on your very special day.
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