Rehan Hossain and his bride, Ayesha, are excited to get married this week.
But the real fun comes later.
We caught up with the photographer and talked about what to expect, what to bring to the wedding, and how to do a great wedding photography.
First, what is wedding photography?
Wedding photos are often shot at the wedding venue.
You have the bride, the groom, and a few guests, all of whom are dressed to impress.
The bride is photographed on her wedding day, with the groom’s bride in the background.
There are a few basic wedding photography principles that you’ll need to follow: Use the right lens for the shot.
A wide-angle lens with a low-light setting can create a stunning shot.
You’ll want to get the lens right, which will give you a nice soft, soft bokeh effect and allow you to see the detail.
A good wide-open lens will be about 30mm.
When you have your subject, take a shot at a distance of about 5 feet from your subject.
This distance is usually about a foot or so.
When the shot is taken, you can adjust the ISO setting.
You can do this by holding down the shutter button, then pressing and holding for a few seconds until the camera is in auto focus.
The higher the ISO, the sharper the image.