Wedding Photography Advice
If you are looking for a photographer to capture your special memories of your wedding day and just don’t know where to start looking then this free advice site is exactly what you need! You’ll find lots of fantastic information and advice about all areas of wedding photography.
To begin with there’s a great guide on how to find the perfect photographer for you. Your wedding day will be a once in a lifetime event and that means you get one chance to capture the most important moments on film, you’ll be looking back on your photo’s in years to come and you’ll want them to be perfect so finding the right man for the job is paramount. This site takes you through the top points to consider when looking at different photographers and is sure to help you find someone you feel both confident in their work and comfortable with.
There is also a breakdown of the main styles in wedding photography as most photographers have a preferred way of working and it’s a great help if you understand some of the more important technical terms so don’t panic if you don’t know your reportage from your avant garde, it’s all explained here in easy to understand, straightforward terms with no jargon.
There are a few key points to consider in regard to your wedding album including the location and the time of day choose the right place at the right time and you’re sure to have a wedding to remember.
Next you’ll find some excellent tips on what you can do to make the best of your photos, though an experienced wedding photographer should be skilled in making you look great in your photos there are a few pointers that you can use to really make you a star!
A common complaint from newlyweds when they see their wedding proofs is that a crucial shot is missing, remember that the photographer doesn’t know your family and therefore is up to you to let him know in advance if there are any pictures that you really want to be there, you’ll find a full list of the must have shots on our advice site that you can adapt to suit you before you pass it on to your photographer.
Finally you’ll find contact details for all the official organisations for full time professional photographers.