wedding. Sunday , July 23rd , 2017 - 04:55:27 AM
If you are planning your wedding outdoor, spring will be the ideal time, when the weather is good. As mentioned before, you cannot rely on the weather, not even the weather forecast.
If the church has a balcony, I make sure to get up there for a few photographs but I don't want to be stuck up there during the key moments - ring exchange, kiss, unity candle, etc. So my normal routine is that after the drop off - dad gives away the bride - I high tail it upstairs, do a few overview shots and then come back down. I do the overview shots again on floor level and then come in close with my longer lens. If you're not familiar with different types of religious ceremonies, I encourage you to have a look at the ceremony program that most couples make. This will tell you the order of things and give you an idea of when that all important kiss is coming up!
2. Understand that any wedding held outdoors is bound to have some unique and interesting issues that would not be present inside of a church. These include: insects, wind, heat, and of course birds. Outdoor weddings that are shown on television and movies are idyllic, but it takes a lot of work to make them look that way.
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