What to bring: You’ll need a tripod, camera, flash and flash holder, so make sure you have a place to set it up.
It may be easier to get a couple of different types of flash, depending on the wedding you’re photographing.
How to make the perfect wedding photo: Choose the right location for your wedding.
For best results, aim to get the wedding to be at least two hours long.
Try to get away from busy street and busy city streets, as well as the busy suburban area.
The longer the wedding takes to take place, the less chance you have of capturing the perfect image.
Bring an umbrella or a blanket.
It will help keep the light on your camera, and the more you’re out and about, the better.
You can also use a tripod if you don’t have one.
How much to take: It depends on how long the wedding is.
A good rule of thumb is that a wedding should take around three hours.
Some photographers have taken weddings for up to eight hours, and many wedding venues will be accommodating.
Make sure you know what you’re shooting for.
You’ll be able to see more detail if you know exactly what you want to photograph.
When to bring your camera: You should make sure the wedding photography you’re planning is suitable for the occasion.
You should also have a couple different types available for your camera.
Don’t be afraid to take photos of your family, friends and neighbours.
Be aware that if you’re going to be sharing the wedding with friends and family, it’s important that you’re respectful of their privacy.
Use flash if possible: This will make the wedding look more professional, and also allow you to get as much out of your shot as possible.
It’s best to use flash to keep the lights on.
Make your choices carefully: You need to think about what you expect your wedding to look like and the lighting and colour of the wedding.
Make the decision on a day when you know you’ll be taking your photos, rather than when you’re not.
If you have no idea what you’ll get, make sure that you bring a good tripod and tripod holder, and have a plan of when you want your wedding photos to take the best pictures.
If your wedding will be taking place in a large venue, it may be best to choose a smaller venue, and then make the decision once the wedding day is over.
How many people are expected to attend your wedding: It’s a good idea to let people in at least three hours before the wedding, as they can see the people coming in and out of the venue.
You might need to let them in and exit your home before you go, so plan ahead.
When is a good time to leave the venue?
This depends on what kind of wedding you want.
For more information, read our tips for weddings.
What to expect: The best time to take your photos depends on the type of wedding and venue you want, and how busy you want it to be.
It might be easier for you to take pictures on a Sunday afternoon, or if you are having your own wedding.
What you should wear: When you are taking your wedding photographs, make certain you are comfortable with your own body.
Make a plan for how you will wear your clothes during your wedding day, and what you will bring to your venue, so that you can be as comfortable as possible when you leave the wedding venue.
Donate to your wedding photography project: You may want to set up a small donation fund to support your wedding project.
If a small amount of money is needed for the wedding planning, consider using a crowdfunding platform like GoFundMe or Patreon.
If not, there are some great wedding photography projects that can help.