Weddings are elegant and exquisite events, and with nurturing your passion and being a thorough professional the results can be truly humbling. There is a simple way to some very good photography, think of how you wish to be considered and captured on your own wedding and you will just know and have the answer to some simply fabulous shots. Keep exploring, photographing is a beautiful journey and weddings are a pure delight:
1. Know your goal, build your portfolio
Passion is a great fuel to any activity, keep feeding your passion and remember to have goals. It is nice to dig within and honestly set goals and purse them towards fulfillment. This will help you build your own unique portfolio and for you it will not just be a portfolio but milestones achieved.
2. Simple and candid works
It is nice to be simplistic in perspective and candid with your photographing attempts. Remember that the more candid you will be the better results you will have. Keep working on techniques and basics and you will find that they reflect perfectly in the shots you capture.
3. Shoot with confidence
Confidence is an inside job. A detailed plan will help the shoot. Working and mastering basics and knowing your perspective will automatically reverberate confidence. The confidence in your shots will find your subjects being at ease and you will find them responding like magic.
4. Natural light excels
Do focus on light during photographing the wedding. This will help improve the photos captured. Natural light can produce excellent results; make sure you practice well in different conditions to know exactly how to go about optimising the natural light especially during weddings where you would wish to be as unobtrusive as possible.
5. Backups are a must
The amazing efforts that you put through the day, needs to be backed up well. Have multiple backups, which will make sure that your work is preserved for that last minute enhancement. It is a total disaster to lose a good day’s job and any professional at heart would know the significance of having a photo backup
of the job captured.