You might wonder "Why do I find these tips in a photographer's Blog?". The answer is: I'm pretty experienced in Wedding and my wife is a Wedding Designer, so I can say that I learnt a lot of organisational part of Weddings. Moreover I have a different perspective from a Wedding Planner's one, so I hold a neutral, reliable point of view about Wedding planning.
Those moments right after the Ceremony are perfect to take some time for couple portraits as newly-weds! For this situation, as the ones before, here are my 5 top tips to get the best photos of Your Wedding!
Superficially, creating a Wedding Photobook layout is a quick and easy work. Actually, it is time consuming and requires concentration in order to tell a coherent and exciting Wedding story. In this article I don't teach You about how to make a Photobook layout — Your photographer should know how to do it — but which photos You should choose for it.
First of all, You have to know that it's difficult to print all Your Wedding pictures in a photobook. If I will be Your photographer, You'll have around 300 digital photos; once you decide to print them all, You'll have two options: