IT WAS ALL IN DETAILS
As well as clearer photos (kissing bride, family group photo etc), be aware of the small details that add characters and album albums. Close-up rings, wreaths, or hanging gowns are an important reminder of the day, and you’re also a bit more creative than some of the more common wedding photos.
TAKE TWO LENSES
You want to pack several different lenses for your wedding day – wide-angle lens for interior and group touches, and longer lenses for honest pictures and portraits.
It’s even better to use these two lenses with two cameras, saving you valuable time for lens purposes and reducing your chances.
LET THE GUESTS DO HARD WORK
The good idea is to learn disposables on all the tables at a wedding reception so guests can take their own photos today. This will give you a photo size with no effort on your part, which you can use to praise yourself, or even to make an album at all. You may also be interested in the guests feel more comfortable photographed by their own friends and family, especially after a few glasses of wine!
BATTERY CARD AND MEMORY CARD
The halal thing that can happen when photographing a marriage is running out of power or memory card space (or movie). Would you like to ask the pastor if he / she does not mind delaying the half-hour show while recharging your battery? No, neither can I!
And you will take lots of photos and you will not have time to remove them unwanted that day.
Filling up your battery and memory card will also give you peace of mind to concentrate on what really matters – taking photos.
Finally, remember marriage is a time for celebration and pleasure. Although it can be stressful for photographers, make sure you take the time to pull your hair a bit, chat with the guests, and enjoy yourself.