Wedding photography is gradually becoming a multi-million dollar business and why not? The brides and grooms these days are ready to pay whatever it takes to get the best shots of the wedding day. It is afterall their special day, and how they remember it years later, depends on how the photographer shoots it.
We have already done a post which tells you creative ways of clicking photographs at weddings. Now lets get down to the basics. In this post, we are going to gently remind you what are those typical wedding pictures that you absolutely must not forget to click.
Here is that list. Start ticking off the ones you have.
1. The wedding dress on a hanger, or lying on a bed ready to be worn.
2. The bride and the groom preparing for the wedding.
3. Shots of the bride and the groom in front of the mirror, checking their dress or hair.
4. Bride putting on makeup with the bridesmaids helping her.
5. Groom enjoying a quick laugh with his best man before the big moment.
6. A full photo of the bride with all the bridesmaids.
7. Photo of the groom with groomsmen, similar to the one mentioned above.
8. Photo of bride with her parents, similarly groom with his.
9. A family snap of the bride with parents, uncles, aunts. Same for the groom.
10. A snap of the bride with her cousins and friends, basically all the young people. Ditto for groom.
11. A picture of the bride with the maid of honour.
12. A snap of the groom with his best man.
13. The wedding ceremony itself.
14. Important rituals involving the bride and the groom.
15. Guests enjoying the moment.
16. Bridesmaids whispering among themselves in a candid moment.
17. Picture of the wedding cake in all it’s glory.
18. A snap of the newly wedded couple cutting the cake.
19. Photographs of the flower arrangement and the centre pieces at the table.
20. Close-ups of special items like personalized name cards, or party favours.
21. Picture of the musical band.
22. Newly weds on the dance floor.
23. Guests having a good time on the dance floor.
24. Picture of the bride dancing with her father and the groom dancing with his mother.
25. Shots of the elaborate food layout and the bar.
26. Shots of guests enjoying the food.
27. A shot of the venue from the outside as well.
28. Picture of the couple saying goodbye to all at the end of the party.
29. A picture of the bride throwing her bouquet.
30. A parting shot of the couple riding away from the venue in their car.
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