Imke Delara. wedding. May 26th , 2017.
3. Equipment - My next wedding photography tip is one of the big questions for new timers? What do I REALLY need to photography a wedding? At the minimum you need a mid level hobbyist Digital SLR. In simple terms, if your camera doesn't allow you to change lenses, you need a better camera! If possible have a flash other than the one built into your camera. And of course, plenty of flash cards - more meg than you think you could possibly use!
Part 1 - Overcast Lighting Adding fill flash to your outdoor wedding photos can yield wonderful results. The bulk of my wedding photography is done in Oregon where overcast skies are the norm. We have a type of natural, outdoor soft box if you will. But don't let overcast skies fool you! Yes, the light is softer and not as harsh as direct sunlight. But it is still, just one, big overhead light source. Can you imagine lighting this way in the studio? With just one diffused light coming from directly overhead? Of course not! In the studio, we're always adding light to fill in and compliment the face. Why would we not take the time to light this way outside? Overcast lighting, just like bright sun, creates shadows in the eyes, and under the nose and chin so we need to fill in those areas with a little light.
You cannot go wrong with seasonal standbys: turkey, red potatoes, corn bread dressing, green beans, and honey glazed carrots. Here are some additional tips and ideas:
Everyone is photogenic, even though many people do not. Some couples even see at the pictures as they think they do not like to be ... Nowhere takes, because you are captured picture perfect with these tips for the wedding!
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