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Learn how to Use Diffused Light The ability to bounce a flash or to diffuse it is key. I found the best way to get everyone to the spot is to get the bride and groom there and to have a couple of helpers to herd everyone in that direction. The more fun you have as the photographer the more relaxed those you are photographing will be. However timing is everything and thinking ahead to get in the right position for key moments are important so as not to disrupt the event. I always come home from photographing weddings with sore jaws and cheeks because of of my smiling strategy. I try to shoot with one wide angle lens great for candid shots and in tight spaces particularly before the ceremony in the preparation stage of the day and one longer lens it can be handy to have something as large as mm if you can get your hands on one — I use a mm. Perhaps the best way to loosen people up is to smile as the photographer warning: Wedding Photography Family Photo Coordinator I find the family photo part of the day can be quite stressful. Read more about using Fill Flash. A lens with image stabilization might also help. In Wedding Photography Preparation is Key So much can go wrong on the day — so you need to be well prepared. Attempt to capture them and you could end up with some fun images that sum up the day really well. Have Fun Weddings are about celebrating — they should be fun. In a ceremony I try to move around at least times but try to time this to coincide with songs, sermons or longer readings. Read more on getting backgrounds right. Want More Wedding Photography Tips? This is particularly helpful in the family shots. Learn more about Using Flash Diffusers and Reflectors. Wedding Photography Tips 1. It means less moving around during ceremony and speeches, allows for one to capture the formal shots and the other to get candid shots. Find out what they are wanting to achieve, how many shots they want, what key things they want to be recorded, how the shots will be used print etc. Check out these Wedding Photography Books: Ametuer photos



Shoot the small details Photograph rings, backs of dresses, shoes, flowers, table settings, menus etc — these help give the end album an extra dimension. I still remember the first wedding I photographed where the bride and grooms car crashed into a Tram on the way to the park where we were going to take photos. Attempt to capture them and you could end up with some fun images that sum up the day really well. Wedding Photography Tips 1. Wedding Photography Family Photo Coordinator I find the family photo part of the day can be quite stressful. They can round everyone up, help get them in the shot and keep things moving so that the couple can get back to the party. Consider a Second Wedding Photographer Having a second backup photographer can be a great strategy. Learn how to Use Diffused Light The ability to bounce a flash or to diffuse it is key. Perhaps the best way to loosen people up is to smile as the photographer warning: I always come home from photographing weddings with sore jaws and cheeks because of of my smiling strategy. I tend to dial it back a little a stop or two so that shots are not blown out — but particularly in backlit or midday shooting conditions where there can be a lot of shadow, fill in flash is a must. It means less moving around during ceremony and speeches, allows for one to capture the formal shots and the other to get candid shots. The more fun you have as the photographer the more relaxed those you are photographing will be. This might mean getting tall ladder, using a balcony or even climbing on a roof. Display Your Shots at the Reception One of the great things about digital photography is the immediacy of it as a medium. The problem with this is that you might just be getting rid of some of the more interesting and useable images. This is particularly helpful in the family shots. The key is to be able to get everyone to the place you want them to stand quickly and to be ready to get the shot without having everyone stand around for too long. Continuous Shooting Mode Having the ability to shoot a lot of images fast is very handy on a wedding day so switch your camera to continuous shooting mode and use it. I try to shoot with one wide angle lens great for candid shots and in tight spaces particularly before the ceremony in the preparation stage of the day and one longer lens it can be handy to have something as large as mm if you can get your hands on one — I use a mm.

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Consider Your Backgrounds One of the challenges of weddings is that there are often people going everywhere — including the backgrounds of your shots. The more fun you have as the photographer the more relaxed those you are photographing will be. Continuous Shooting Mode Having the ability to shoot a lot of images fast is very handy on a wedding day so switch your camera to continuous shooting mode and use it. In a ceremony I try to move around at least times but try to time this to coincide with songs, sermons or longer readings. During the formal shots be bold, know what you want and ask for it from the couple and their party. Switch off sound before hand and keep it off. Expect the Unexpected One more piece of advice that someone gave me on my own wedding day. Check out these Wedding Photography Books: A lens with image stabilization might also help. This adds a fun element to the night. Have Fun Weddings are about celebrating — they should be fun. Read more on getting backgrounds right. This is particularly helpful in the family shots.



































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Find out what they are wanting to achieve, how many shots they want, what key things they want to be recorded, how the shots will be used print etc. Shoot the small details Photograph rings, backs of dresses, shoes, flowers, table settings, menus etc — these help give the end album an extra dimension. Expect the Unexpected One more piece of advice that someone gave me on my own wedding day. A lens with image stabilization might also help. Learn more about Using Flash Diffusers and Reflectors. Perhaps the best way to loosen people up is to smile as the photographer warning: I tend to dial it back a little a stop or two so that shots are not blown out — but particularly in backlit or midday shooting conditions where there can be a lot of shadow, fill in flash is a must. Continuous Shooting Mode Having the ability to shoot a lot of images fast is very handy on a wedding day so switch your camera to continuous shooting mode and use it. I try to shoot with one wide angle lens great for candid shots and in tight spaces particularly before the ceremony in the preparation stage of the day and one longer lens it can be handy to have something as large as mm if you can get your hands on one — I use a mm. The problem with this is that you might just be getting rid of some of the more interesting and useable images. Switch off sound before hand and keep it off. Have Fun Weddings are about celebrating — they should be fun. This might mean getting tall ladder, using a balcony or even climbing on a roof. Check out these Wedding Photography Books: Consider Your Backgrounds One of the challenges of weddings is that there are often people going everywhere — including the backgrounds of your shots. In a ceremony I try to move around at least times but try to time this to coincide with songs, sermons or longer readings. I still remember the first wedding I photographed where the bride and grooms car crashed into a Tram on the way to the park where we were going to take photos.

Display Your Shots at the Reception One of the great things about digital photography is the immediacy of it as a medium. Find out what they are wanting to achieve, how many shots they want, what key things they want to be recorded, how the shots will be used print etc. Have Fun Weddings are about celebrating — they should be fun. This adds a fun element to the night. Wedding Photography Family Photo Coordinator I find the family photo part of the day can be quite stressful. Use Two Cameras Beg, borrow, hire or steal an extra camera for the day — set it up with a different lens. Want More Wedding Photography Tips? I tend to dial it back a little a stop or two so that shots are not blown out — but particularly in backlit or midday shooting conditions where there can be a lot of shadow, fill in flash is a must. The key is to be able to get everyone to the place you want them to stand quickly and to be ready to get the shot without having everyone stand around for too long. Learn more about Using Flash Diffusers and Reflectors. Expect the Unexpected One more piece of advice that someone gave me on my own wedding day. Shoot the small details Photograph rings, backs of dresses, shoes, flowers, table settings, menus etc — these help give the end album an extra dimension. Consider Your Backgrounds One of the challenges of weddings is that there are often people going everywhere — including the backgrounds of your shots. I try to shoot with one wide angle lens great for candid shots and in tight spaces particularly before the ceremony in the preparation stage of the day and one longer lens it can be handy to have something as large as mm if you can get your hands on one — I use a mm. Perhaps the best way to loosen people up is to smile as the photographer warning: Read more on how to take Group Photos. However timing is everything and thinking ahead to get in the right position for key moments are important so as not to disrupt the event. In a ceremony I try to move around at least times but try to time this to coincide with songs, sermons or longer readings. Read more on getting backgrounds right. I still remember the first wedding I photographed where the bride and grooms car crashed into a Tram on the way to the park where we were going to take photos. Ametuer photos



This adds a fun element to the night. Want More Wedding Photography Tips? Attempt to capture them and you could end up with some fun images that sum up the day really well. Switch off sound before hand and keep it off. This is particularly helpful in the family shots. Change Your Perspective Get a little creative with your shots. Read more on getting backgrounds right. I tend to dial it back a little a stop or two so that shots are not blown out — but particularly in backlit or midday shooting conditions where there can be a lot of shadow, fill in flash is a must. Wedding Photography Family Photo Coordinator I find the family photo part of the day can be quite stressful. I still remember the first wedding I photographed where the bride and grooms car crashed into a Tram on the way to the park where we were going to take photos. It means less moving around during ceremony and speeches, allows for one to capture the formal shots and the other to get candid shots. Consider Your Backgrounds One of the challenges of weddings is that there are often people going everywhere — including the backgrounds of your shots. However timing is everything and thinking ahead to get in the right position for key moments are important so as not to disrupt the event. Find out what they are wanting to achieve, how many shots they want, what key things they want to be recorded, how the shots will be used print etc. Weddings can present photographers with tricky lighting which result in the need to manipulate exposure and white balance after the fact — RAW will help with this considerably. Use Two Cameras Beg, borrow, hire or steal an extra camera for the day — set it up with a different lens. The problem with this is that you might just be getting rid of some of the more interesting and useable images. I always come home from photographing weddings with sore jaws and cheeks because of of my smiling strategy.

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I still remember the first wedding I photographed where the bride and grooms car crashed into a Tram on the way to the park where we were going to take photos. Expect the Unexpected One more piece of advice that someone gave me on my own wedding day. Want More Wedding Photography Tips? Have Fun Weddings are about celebrating — they should be fun. Read more on getting backgrounds right. The key is to be able to get everyone to the place you want them to stand quickly and to be ready to get the shot without having everyone stand around for too long. A lens with image stabilization might also help. Continuous Shooting Mode Having the ability to shoot a lot of images fast is very handy on a wedding day so switch your camera to continuous shooting mode and use it. This is particularly helpful in the family shots. Shoot the small details Photograph rings, backs of dresses, shoes, flowers, table settings, menus etc — these help give the end album an extra dimension. I tend to dial it back a little a stop or two so that shots are not blown out — but particularly in backlit or midday shooting conditions where there can be a lot of shadow, fill in flash is a must. The problem with this is that you might just be getting rid of some of the more interesting and useable images. Change Your Perspective Get a little creative with your shots. Consider Your Backgrounds One of the challenges of weddings is that there are often people going everywhere — including the backgrounds of your shots. The more fun you have as the photographer the more relaxed those you are photographing will be. Flick through a wedding magazine in a news stand for a little inspiration. Perhaps the best way to loosen people up is to smile as the photographer warning: Weddings can present photographers with tricky lighting which result in the need to manipulate exposure and white balance after the fact — RAW will help with this considerably. I try to shoot with one wide angle lens great for candid shots and in tight spaces particularly before the ceremony in the preparation stage of the day and one longer lens it can be handy to have something as large as mm if you can get your hands on one — I use a mm. Use Two Cameras Beg, borrow, hire or steal an extra camera for the day — set it up with a different lens. Read more on how to take Group Photos. Wedding Photography Tips 1. This adds a fun element to the night. They can round everyone up, help get them in the shot and keep things moving so that the couple can get back to the party. Display Your Shots at the Reception One of the great things about digital photography is the immediacy of it as a medium. During the formal shots be bold, know what you want and ask for it from the couple and their party. In Wedding Photography Preparation is Key So much can go wrong on the day — so you need to be well prepared. I always come home from photographing weddings with sore jaws and cheeks because of of my smiling strategy. Attempt to capture them and you could end up with some fun images that sum up the day really well. Check out these Wedding Photography Books:

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Learn more about Using Flash Diffusers and Reflectors. Continuous Shooting Mode Having the ability to shoot a lot of images fast is very handy on a wedding day so switch your camera to continuous shooting mode and use it. During the formal shots be bold, know what you want and ask for it from the couple and their party. Shoot the small details Photograph rings, backs of dresses, shoes, flowers, table settings, menus etc — these help give the end album an extra dimension. Have Fun Weddings are about celebrating — they should be fun. Consider Your Backgrounds One of the challenges of weddings is that there are often people going everywhere — including the backgrounds of your shots. I tend to dial it back a little a stop or two so that shots are not blown out — but particularly in backlit or midday shooting conditions where there can be a lot of shadow, fill in flash is a must. Check out these Wedding Photography Books: This might mean getting tall ladder, using a balcony or even climbing on a roof. This adds a fun element to the night. Weddings can present photographers with tricky lighting which result in the need to manipulate exposure and white balance after the fact — RAW will help with this considerably. Wedding Photography Family Photo Coordinator I find the family photo part of the day can be quite stressful. Display Your Shots at the Reception One of the great things about digital photography is the immediacy of it as a medium. Read more about using Fill Flash. Wedding Photography Tips 1. The problem with this is that you might just be getting rid of some of the more interesting and useable images. The more fun you have as the photographer the more relaxed those you are photographing will be. Read more on getting backgrounds right. This is particularly helpful in the family shots. Want More Wedding Photography Tips? Learn how to Use Diffused Light The ability to bounce a flash or to diffuse it is key. I found the best way to get everyone to the spot is to get the bride and groom there and to have a couple of helpers to herd everyone in that direction.

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