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02-Apr-2020 01:05

It’s a question that’s been asked a few times in our forums over the last few months so while I’m not a Pro Wedding Photographer I thought it was time to share a few tips on the topic of Wedding Photography.

I’ll leave the technical tips of photographing a wedding to the pros – but as someone who has been asked to photograph numerous friends and family weddings – here are a few suggestions.

While I’m sure most Pros don’t do this – I find it really helpful to know where we’re going, have an idea of a few positions for shots and to know how the light might come into play.

During the formal shots be bold, know what you want and ask for it from the couple and their party.

One of the most helpful tips I’ve been given about Wedding Photography is to get the couple to think ahead about the shots that they’d like you to capture on the day and compile a list so that you can check them off. There’s nothing worse than getting the photos back and realizing you didn’t photograph the happy couple with grandma!

I find the family photo part of the day can be quite stressful.

Keep in mind that images can be cropped or manipulated later to give you some more arty/abstract looking shots that can add real interest to the end album. While the majority of the images in the end album will probably be fairly ‘normal’ or formal poses – make sure you mix things up a little by taking shots from down low, up high, at wide angles etc.

One thing that I’ve done at every wedding that I’ve photographed is attempt to photograph everyone who is in attendance in the one shot.

During the formal shots be bold, know what you want and ask for it from the couple and their party.

One of the most helpful tips I’ve been given about Wedding Photography is to get the couple to think ahead about the shots that they’d like you to capture on the day and compile a list so that you can check them off. There’s nothing worse than getting the photos back and realizing you didn’t photograph the happy couple with grandma!

I find the family photo part of the day can be quite stressful.

Keep in mind that images can be cropped or manipulated later to give you some more arty/abstract looking shots that can add real interest to the end album. While the majority of the images in the end album will probably be fairly ‘normal’ or formal poses – make sure you mix things up a little by taking shots from down low, up high, at wide angles etc.

One thing that I’ve done at every wedding that I’ve photographed is attempt to photograph everyone who is in attendance in the one shot.

People are going everywhere, you’re unaware of the different family dynamics at play and people are in a ‘festive spirit’ (and have often been drinking a few spirits) to the point where it can be quite chaotic.