Evangelist Photography All you need to know about photography

All About Wedding Photography

Your wedding day will be one of the most important days of your life, and of course you’ll want to preserve it forever in photographs. To insure photographs you’re treasure instead of cringe at, consider a few important points. The first of course is to find the best photographer you can afford. Unless your relative or friend is a professional photographer, it’s generally best to avoid accepting their generous offers, and honestly, even if you are related to or friends with a pro, why should they have to work your wedding? Let them enjoy being guests. You can find photographers through Google, wedding websites, word of mouth and bridal expos. Get as much info as you can about each photographer and be sure to look over their portfolio and if at all possible, talk to other couples they’ve photographed. Fire up Google and check their reviews as well.

It’s also important to learn how to be comfortable and look good on camera. This doesn’t mean you have to be a supermodel, don’t worry! First, find a gown that flatters your body shape and have it properly altered. Trust me, a lousy seamstress can ruin a gorgeous gown! Having the proper undergarments is also important, as is your make-up. Look through bridal magazines and websites for bride and groom pictures ideas, and practice smiling. A good rule of thumb is if a smile feels fake, it will likely look fake too. Finally, embrace the candid! While posed photos can be beautiful, some of the best photos are candid, informal shots. To help capture some truly special moments that otherwise might be missed, supply disposable cameras on each table and encourage your guests to use them and then leave them on the table at the end of the night. Then get them developed and enjoy!

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