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Wedding Photography-Things to do before the wedding

Posted on March 5, 2019 by Admin under Uncategorized

Wedding Photography – Things to do Before the Wedding

Weddings are beautiful and their essence, love, and special moments are all captured through photographs. While there are many other things to worry about when the big day is approaching, you cannot ignore the importance of hiring a great photographer and talking to them in person about your expectations. You need to choose a wedding photographer who can capture the accurate reflection of the day, your love for each other and the one you can trust. Communicate with them prior to the wedding about your likes and dislikes and any other thing you think is worth mentioning.

Not sure what questions to ask the photographer before the wedding? We have made a list to help you out.

1.     Any Shots You Especially Want?

Since this is your big day, you got to have it all. It is important to tell the photographer in the pre-wedding meeting about any special shots you want for the wedding. This can range from anything like your favorite relative to the place where your partner proposed to you on their knees. In short, tell them all that is important to you, even if it is a small thing, so they know the importance it holds in your heart. They will then make sure that they capture the special shots in a very special way.

2.     Shots that You Do Not Want

There are many things that you don’t want to keep in your wedding album. Is there any particular shot that makes you uncomfortable or reminds you of something you are trying to forget. Is there a family member who hates being photographed? Do you want a formal wedding photography where you don’t have to get too cheesy with your partner in front of the camera? Talk about all these things beforehand with your wedding photographer so that things can go smoothly on the big day.

 

3.     Timetable for the Day

It is very important to plan your timetable for the day and also share it with the photographer. This will ensure that everything happens on time and the photographer is there to capture all the important moments of the big day. Also make sure to keep some time for the formal shots and quiet bride and groom shots as they usually are missed in the hustle of the day.

4.     Your Family and Important Guests

It is very important to tell the photographer about the important people in your life who will be there at the wedding so that they can be a part of the wedding album. Tell them about these special people and some personal information about them that will ensure that the nothing gets uncomfortable. While you are at it, decide the main person who will be managing the day so that the photographer can coordinate with them as and when needed. The bride and groom are very busy on their big day and not having another point of contact makes the photographer unable to do their job the best way.

For amazing wedding photography in the most comfortable environment, get in touch with the team at Eric Webb Photography.