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:
In this new column I'm going to explain how I apply the cinematographic rules to the Wedding Story: this is why I produce Wedding Films and not "simple" Wedding videos.
A beautiful image is what it is. Using its infinite potential and power is up to the editor using its power.
Welcome to the third part of "How to get the best photos of Your Wedding". If You haven't read the previous articles yet, You can find them linked at the bottom of the page.
This article debates about the most important, exciting and moving moment of Your Wedding Day: the Ceremony.
Whether the ceremony is religious, laical, or symbolic You've been waiting for this moment for all Your life: that long wait will concentrate during all Your getting ready and will result in the ceremony of Your union. A union that will change Your lives forever.
So, how can You get the best memories out of Your Wedding, without sacrificing candid moments and the naturalness of Your being? Follow my 5 tips!