My wedding photography is my life.
As a photographer, I spend my days capturing moments that will last a lifetime.
But in the meantime, I’m happy to be able to share these moments with the world.
This is why I’m taking the plunge into the wedding photography world.
I’m sharing my wedding photography adventures with you, and we’re going to share some tips and tricks.
Use Your Own Photos When planning a wedding photography shoot, I recommend taking a few basic photos and choosing the ones that are most flattering.
That way, you can have a pretty good idea of what you’re going for and also how you’ll use the images for marketing.
Get a good camera, even if you’re just taking one.
For the most part, I use a Canon EOS 5D Mark II, but if you have the budget to splurge on a Canon Rebel T5i or Nikon D800S, a Canon C300 or Canon 600D, or even a Sony a6300, then you can definitely use your own camera.
Choose a suitable location.
I like to shoot in the morning and then go out for a few days before the wedding, which makes me feel much more at ease.
Know your target audience.
If you plan to sell your photos to a major company or company-sponsored event, make sure that your audience is people who are already familiar with wedding photography.
If not, consider creating a brand image for yourself through photography.
Keep it clean.
Make sure that the photos are not too cluttered and don’t use a lot of filters.
In the end, this will make your wedding photography more memorable, more professional, and more accessible to the masses.
I don’t want to sound overly dramatic, but it’s important to make sure you’re honest with your audience.
When I shoot weddings, I try to focus on the people who come to my wedding, and if I don