By Lela Kaufman. Wedding Sign. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 03:16:28 AM.
I like to stand to either side of the ceremony and photograph a close up of the bride looking at her groom and vise verse. Look for wonderful lines in this spot - the row of tuxedo jackets with hands crossed, the brides maids bouquets or shoes, a little flower girl looking back at you! If youre able, work your way around to the back of the alter and to the side. Keep an eye out for intimate looks from the bride and groom, the expression on the parents faces in the front row or a close up of the couple holding hands.
How to Photograph an Outdoor Wedding Ceremony - Tip #3 - Variety - Make sure to get a variety of photos from the ceremony. For the bride and groom, the ceremony will go by in a blink. Its up to you to catch the things that they are missing or not able to see. Typically, I like to start wide and then work my way in. One of the reasons for this is that not much happens at the beginning of the ceremony. The priest or minister talks to the couple about what marriage is, etc. So its a safe time to be able to step back for an overview or work your way around the alter as discussed above. Then, when they begin the vows, rings, unity candle, etc., youre back in the center aisle with your long lens ready to go. When considering how to photograph an outdoor wedding ceremony, keep in mind these simple tips listed above. Photographing an outdoor wedding can be easier than an indoor wedding but you still need be prepared and ready to capture those important moments.
2. Budget getting a little tight? Cut or buy 3x5 or 4x6 note cards in a color that coordinates with your wedding (simple cardstock paper will do the trick). Dress them up with embellishments or keep them simple. Place them in a basket or spread them out on a silver platter. Place a framed card on your guest book table instructing your guests to leave their names and words of advice for the bride and groom. Later on, you can put them in any standard photo album. 3. Create a wedding scrapbook. As your wedding supplies arrive (i.e. invitations, programs, printed napkins, etc.) place them in a scrapbook. Have your guests sign the pages and add comments and well wishes!
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