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Wedding Photography

Wedding Photography

Your Most Important Job as a Wedding Photographer: A blog on different jobs you need to do as a wedding photographer and why they are important.

  1. Meet with your couple and get to know them
  • You are important for your client on their Wedding Day
  • Try to get to know them as much as possible by speaking to them .
  • Mostly All photographers have a set of successful wedding photography poses
  • Always ask your clients if they have their creative own ideas on how they would like to be photographed.
  • If the couple wants to have individual Photos with some guests, you must know about it and realize how to organize everything in the best way as possible.
  • Try to capture every detail that you think is worth remembering of your special day and write it down in a Wedding Roundup Photos

2. Tell a story through your images.
1. KNOW KEY MOMENTS
• As a wedding photographer, you already know most of the critical moments in the ceremony which you need to be prepared for in advance.
• It’s important not to miss them otherwise they may not get captured.
• Some things may appear only once and every detail should be captured.
• It’s always important to remember fond memories and the best way to do that is by telling stories which through photography can help preserve treasured moments.
• Storytelling involves capturing planned and unplanned moments that people share at a wedding.

2. GET YOUR LIGHTING RIGHT
• You can’t get a moment right without proper lighting conditions.
• Lighting is an important aspect to be considered in different types of photography styles
• When it comes to storytelling in wedding photography, knowing how to find and use light can make or break your shot.
• Most wedding photographers would argue that lighting is not about where light is – it’s also about where it isn’t.
• To create better photographs and tell stories using light and shadow is a good way to add depth and emotion in your pictures making them more powerful than they would have been had you just used natural light.
• If you’re outdoors and have a hard time capturing photos using off-camera lighting, use a flash.
• However, practicing with flashes ahead of time is one of the most efficient ways to make sure the lighting works as intended.
• If you’ve been busy fixing your setup and missed capturing photos as opportunities for finding good stories were happening right in front of you, think about how it would feel now?

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