Are you currently planning your wedding but unsure of how you can collaborate with your photographer? Don’t worry, this is a common thought among many marrying couples. I am here to assure you that putting these five tips into practice will guarantee working harmony with you and your photographer and winning portraits of your special day!
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Have you ever tried to make dinner, and someone keeps coming in and eats your ingredients before you can put the recipe together? I can make great pasta, but if someone keeps eating the sauce before I can pour it on the noodles, you won’t be impressed. This is what happens when a photographer and videographer don’t work well together.
Finding and hiring a professional photographer to document your wedding day is a sizable investment, in not only money, but time as well. By doing your research and hiring a professional that suits your style, you can rest assured that he or she is going to capture your day exactly how you want. But achieving the best possible results doesn’t end with the signing of the contract. Below are a few simple things you can do as a client before and on your wedding day to help you and your photographer capture the photographs of your dreams.
In spite of the popularity of the ‘capture the moment’ photojournalistic style, group shots will remain important and wanted by brides, families and wedding guests. It’s these group shots and ‘have to’ shots that have given brides plenty of stress, and photographers plenty of lists for the day.
So how hard can it be to come up with a workable list of group shots that won’t eat up the whole schedule for the day? Try this, write down your list of necessary group shots. It should be all the ones you want and all the ones someone would be disappointed about, if they were not taken. Getting nervous yet? Trouble getting the list together? Don’t worry, here’s a little help to get started.