Cheyenne, WY (PRWEB) July 01, 2013
Wedding photography is a touchy subject for both brides and photographers alike. Capturing unforgettable moments before, during, and after a wedding can be a challenge, but there are things that brides can do to raise their chances of having beautiful pictures. On June 27th, 2013, the West Central Tribune published an article entitled, “Choosing Your Wedding Photographer”, and Do the Bride a Favor is taking this article as inspiration to give photography tips to brides.
The biggest challenge facing wedding photographers today is wedding guests taking pictures. While many relatives may want to take a few snapshots of the bride and groom at the altar, it’s important to realize that the photographer is being paid-and has been trained-to capture those moments. Having photos dotted with guests checking their own cameras or phones can add a distracted, unorganized feel to the event photos. Have ushers ask that cameras and phones be put away, put a note in the invitation, or have a basket at the front door for people to deposit their cameras and phones in. This will ensure that wedding guests are focusing on the ceremony, not snapping pictures.
When planning the send-off of the bridal couple, it’s a wise idea to contact the photographer for recommendations. Bubbles and glitter can cause problems with a camera’s exposure, leading to photos that may be less than stellar.
Choose décor elements and edible favors that the bride and groom are proud of. Since these items will be seen in many of the pictures, be sure to choose items that reflect the personalities and style of the bridal couple.
Do the Bride a Favor gives photography tips to brides and party planners to ensure that their wedding photos are a success, including having a camera deposit area, choosing send-off items that are exposure friendly, and choosing décor items that will photograph well.
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Do the Bride a Favor is a website that offers brides and party planners top tips, advice, and candy inspiration to make every event unforgettable.