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Getting Better Wedding Photographs: #2

Posted on November 6, 2013 at 2:25 AM

Great photographs are largely engineered. Pretty settings make pretty  wedding photographs. Below are some hints and tips to get the most out of your “getting ready” wedding photographs:

 

-      Try to choose a room with a lot of natural light and that has a white/ neutral colour wall that is uncluttered with paintings. One large mirror in a 

        nice frame usually works perfectly.

-      Bring some music, it relaxes the atmosphere. Relaxed people make happy wedding photographs.

-      Use a good skin moisturiser at least a couple of weeks before the big day. 

-      Use wooden coat hangers for the dresses to hang on.

-      Ask everyone else getting dressed to store lose objects such as bags and make-up away in the cupboard.

-      Get the bouquets to arrive at least an hour before the ceremony.

-      Ask your bridesmaids to be ready first, that way we can get some  shots of them helping you into your dress.

-      Once you are ready, this is generally a good time for some family of the bride photographs.

-      Great bridal portraits take time, so allow at least half an hour before the ceremony for these  - your make-up and dress will be at their best.

 

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