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10 questions to ask your photographer before your book Out of all the suppliers involved at a wedding, your photograph will spend the longest amount of time with you along with your videographer. You need to make sure you choose wisely. Apart from the obvious advice that you should look at their website, facebook page and Instagram feed to give you an idea of the style they have, you also need to chat to them
First Look how to get great photographs without pressure Like most things in our global world, the USA seems to be exporting trends all over the world. The First Look is no exception. For once, it’s a brilliant trend, Trash the Dress was never a favourite of mines but I do love the First Look idea. The tradition is that the groom doesn’t see his bride until the Church ceremony but many couples have a
How to create a wedding timeline And why you should do it. Time flies when you’re having fun and a wedding is a fun day albeit a tad stressful. Stress occurs when you are under pressure. Whether it is to deliver a deadline or the expectation that something could potentially go wrong, stress can show its ugly nose and ruin the fun! The morning of the wedding is no exception. Being late or too late,
Why an Engagement Shoot I hear you ask? Firstly it’s a perfect way to get used to being photographed. On your wedding day, your photographer and videographer will be with you 90% of the day, from your preparation until the first dance. Unless you work as a model it’s a little bit unsettling.