How to get the best pictures on the day
When planning your wedding day make sure you allow sufficient time for your wedding photographer to get some great shots of the two of you together as well as the formal group shots. And don?t forget the home coverage ! Brides always think that they will have heaps of time for photo?s before the ceremony , but somehow , time always disappear and before you know it , you have to be off to the church . Make sure that you have a small area ? preferably close to a window , cleared from all the wedding clutter .for some pictures of you and your bridesmaids once you are all dressed up . Home coverage is also a ideal opportunity to get some pictures with mom and dad , before you go of to the church . You only get this opportunity once so plan enough time for your pictures together.
Have a look around in bridal magazines; get a feel for the kind of photographs you like. There are many styles of photography available from Traditional, Classical, Photojournalistic to cutting edge stylish, arty and dynamic photography. And don?t be afraid to discuss your ideas with your photographer before the big day . It can be very helpful to them to incorporate your ideas with their style of photography ,
Some traditional photographs may look dated in a few years, however well taken documentary or emotional images captured in black and white will not date as quickly and will always look like a timeless classic.
Have a look at the photographers questions
for some tip on the questions to ask when looking to book a photographer. Start looking early, if you have 12 months or more before your wedding you have a good chance on getting exactly the photographer you want. Leave it till you have 3 months or less and you may struggle to book at all during peak season.
The best tip for getting the best out of your photographs on the day.