There’s a lot going on at a wedding before the ceremony even begins and you have plenty of photo opportunities to capture touching and wonderful moments. They could be photos of everyone getting ready, the arrival of the wedding guests, or the wedding dress itself. If you’re getting started with wedding photography, we’ll show you how to make sure you keep moving all morning long.
Just starting out in wedding photography, and don’t have a clue yet on how to behave and present yourself at weddings? Or maybe you’ve been around the block in wedding photography, but you’re still unsure of yourself in certain situations? In this article we’ll advise on how to navigate some of the traps that might await you over the course of a wedding day. We’ll also give you a few tips to make your work easier if you you’re serious about photographing weddings.
If there’s wedding photography in store for you this year, then you’ve certainly already planned out the gear you’ll be taking, and you’ve met the newlyweds-to-be. But despite all this, there are several wedding situations that are key for photographers to keep in mind and be able to deal with… or make sure to create. Take a look at seven key wedding situations that you won’t find on any wedding program.
Experienced wedding photographers don’t just carry photo gear. They also bring lots of practical gadgets that make their work easier and help them to handle tough situations. But what’s more, their heads are stuffed with tips that can make your first wedding shoot a whole lot easier! We’ve asked for these and compiled a list of things it pays to pack for every wedding shoot.