Wedding photos – Kilkenny, Cork, Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford
Wedding fever is undoubtedly the best kind of fever you can get. Nevertheless, it comes with a lot of decisions and preparations. This is the reason why you may appreciate all the help and tips you can get.
You may wonder what it takes to have the perfect wedding pictures?
Well, it’s not all in the hands of your wedding photographer, there’s also some homework you have to do.
Start your preparations early
All of us have some kind of an idea when it comes to the wedding atmosphere and pictures. Usually, you want both of these to tie perfectly with each other. Consider your wants and dreams, collect pictures, make a mood-board to try to find a perfect balance between your ideas and photographer’s abilities. Only then you will be able to capture the true magic of that day.
Review your wedding photographer’s work
Each wedding photographer is flexible, however always to some extent. Why? All of us have their own specific style and ways of seizing those true, candid moments. This is why it is crucial you evaluated your wedding photographer’s work as early as possible. Does his work fit your aesthetics? Would you like similarly set pictures? How does the couple look in the frames? All these little things are incredibly important and may make or break your decision.
The best pictures are taken only when you truly feel like yourselves. Due to that fact, it’s advised to meet your wedding photographer a few times before your wedding day. Yes, you will have to consider the plan, sign a contract. But what about the most important – chemistry? If you know, deep in your heart that it won’t be easy for you to relax, try scheduling an extra shoot, like the engagement photo shoot. Not only will it give you a chance to get to know your wedding photographer, and familiarise with the way he works, it will also create a bond between you, which will take the edge off your big day.
We hope this list will help you in your wedding planning. However, if you still need more assistance, visit our blog next week for the second part of this post.