Your photographer will be present for the lion’s share of your day, and also during some intimate and private moments.
Wherever possible seek testemonials from previous brides who describe the photographer’s style and manner as well as their images.
Well then… surely it’s better to have a practice. Trust me, you’ll love it xx
Let me in, don’t hold back, be open to sharing your quirkyness, your from-the-belly laugh, your tears, your love, your you.
Try not to focus on having your photograph takens, just relax and live the moment.
I aim to capture as many candid and natural shots of your guests as possible, but it always helps to know if you have a best friend travelling from overseas or a distant relative who holds a special place in your heart.
Talk to me, tell me!
If you are having winter wedding consider creative options for getting more light into you day. For example sparkler exits can be a fun alternative to the traditional confetti shots.
Talk to your photographer about your venue options and key events. If there is going to be a glorious sunset then try to factor that into your timings.
A photographer confident with flash is vital for venues with limited natural light, so always make sure you ask to see such images in a portfolio
Although the vast majority of my images are candid and natural, formal and groups shots play a part in most weddings. Seeing four (sometimes five) generations of a family in one place is special and worth capturing.
My top tips for this is don’t over do it. Try to limit the number of large groups to under five, ten at the most. My second top tip is try to consider the expectations of wider family members who may have their own ideas. Good communications will prevent any possible disappointment or missed opportunities.
I challenge anyone at a reception not to love the booth!
Let your guests go a little crazy and keep a momento of your day.
Sleek and stylish by design and fully interactive.
Your guests can even leave short video messages for you both to enjoy after the main event!
The images from the photobooth can be a creative way to present your guest book.