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Three Rules for Wonderful Wedding Photographs: by Elias Cortez
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in Art / Visual Art (submitted 2011-08-30)
1. YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER: Choose a photographer who has a style that you adore. Don't just go for the cheapest photographer, pick a photographer based on: client testimonials, the ability to show you all of the images captured at a number of weddings, so it is possible to see the full top quality of their function, and their personality.
2. LOCATIONS: Choose locations with fabulous light. A dingy hotel room will look like a dingy hotel room within your 'Getting Ready' photographs. Pay the extra and ask for a room with plenty of space and light. Hang your wedding dress somewhere fabulous, and ask your hair and makeup artists to do their work by the natural window light.
3. ORGANIZATION: Be organized. Just about every thing will take longer than you expected. A stressed bride finds it challenging to appear relaxed and serene in photographs. Your photographer will have trouble capturing these moments if they do not exist. A bride ready about an hour ahead of she has to leave has time for some fabulous pre-wedding photographs (as well as a glass of champagne!).
4. Keep IT CALM AND CLEAN: Do not have other buddies and relatives getting ready within the same area as you. Additional people will cause confusion, affect the atmosphere in the room and make a mess. There is certainly even the possibility that they are going to spill food or drink.
5. Keep IT TIDY: Should you be acquiring ready in a messy house or hotel room, the mess will show up in the photographs. underwear, bags, shoes, cosmetics, hair brushes, handbags, toiletries, unmade beds, piles of clothes, and so on all have an adverse effect on the quality of the images on your photographs.
6. LOCATION OF THE GROOM: Maintain the groom close, but not in the exact same hotel. It leaves too several opportunities for individuals to be knocking on your door asking for answers to questions. Similarly, a half hour drive for your photographer to obtain to the groom is actually a little too far and can eat into the bride's time using the photographer.
7. TIMING: Write a schedule which includes all of the things you believe will have to be done on your wedding day and who is responsible. Issues like who will likely be taking the flowers out of the water and keeping the hotel room tidy should be on the list.
8. GUESTS: Some guest get carried away with their own photography to the extent that they in fact hinder and get in the way of your paid photographer's function. Finding up and moving to stand directly inside the middle of the aisle of the church in the time of 'the kiss' is just one example that you will have no control over - but it can trigger havoc. Similarly, guests with video cameras typically forget exactly where they are walking and how slow they're walking and can cause problems.
Be prepared to have a groomsman ready to jump in and aid out when you have too numerous overzealous guests, or guests who want to distract your attention away from the official photographer's lens at vital moments like loved ones portraits. A loved ones portrait session may be ruined if the subject are looking into every single camera around - and not the official camera.
About the Author
Elias Davis is a freelance writer from Dallas, Texas. He currently runs a site on dallas wedding photographers and dallas wedding venues. Learn more about his websites at www.thedallasweddingphotographers.net
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