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Book: Wedding Photography Unveiled – Part III

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III. Getting Ready – The Day Starts Here

  • “It’s those intimate moments before the ceremony begins that’s so important for me to capture. For the bride or groom to be able to share those moments later on and say, ‘This is what I was doing before I walked down the aisle,’” ~Elizabeth Messina
  • This is the time of day when the photographer connects with everyone, creating bonds that carry over for the rest of the day. It’s especially important for a bride to feel comfortable with her photographer so she’s at ease for the rest of the day.
  • Because there are so many things to do, the pictures have a very unguarded feel – showing people in a natural state of mind, completely unaware of the photographer. ~Amy Deputy
  • You should be able to tell a story through your images, work very fast, work with no or low light, handle stress well, shoot in several different styles of photography and think about the type of images you’d want to have from your own wedding in twenty-five years if it were your wedding day. ~Amy Deputy

Written by SE

January 8, 2010 at 10:05 pm

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