wedding. Saturday , May 27th , 2017 - 08:55:33 AM
In this article, I'd like to offer some flash photography tips for indoor weddings for the new photographer. We'll assume here that all the formal photographs will be taken indoors, be it a church, community hall, whatever. If you are new photographer or just photographing a wedding for a friend and have no lighting other than the flash in your camera or one that goes on your hot shoe...just say no. Walk away! Now my intent is not to discourage you - more provide a reality check. To photograph formals indoors, you need some additional light. Churches are often dark, or even cave-like. Added to that, a weddings is one of the most important days in the bride and grooms life - there are no re-do's here.
Our unforgettable Florida wedding which included the reverend, photographer and all necessary paperwork (marriage licence etc) was all organized online. All the happy couple had to do was to turn up on the day.
Delegating responsibilities, wedding preparation tasks, and roles is vital - you cannot do everything! For brides, their bridesmaids are there to help them with the important duties of the wedding day, so creating a short list of responsibilities for each friend is not unexpected. Mothers, family members, and friends are also glad to help run a few errands or make calls for you if you ask. Just make sure you ask someone you know will get the job done on time.
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