By Josefa Mclean. Wedding Sign. Published at Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 - 09:31:28 AM.
I like to stand to either side of the ceremony and photograph a close up of the bride looking at her groom and vise verse. Look for wonderful lines in this spot - the row of tuxedo jackets with hands crossed, the brides maids bouquets or shoes, a little flower girl looking back at you! If youre able, work your way around to the back of the alter and to the side. Keep an eye out for intimate looks from the bride and groom, the expression on the parents faces in the front row or a close up of the couple holding hands.
Giving Wedding Shower Gifts! When it comes to the wedding shower, gifts are almost a must. While there is no restriction that you should never go to a wedding shower without a gift, it is somewhat assumed that you will. The gifts given at a wedding shower are designed to help the bride and the groom to begin their life together. For that reason, the gifts given are generally things for their household. You may give them things for the kitchen, the bath, the bedroom or any place else in the home that you know that they need something for.
Lighting the actual ceremony comes down to personal preference. Dont assume that since youre outdoors, you dont need to add some fill flash. Even in a bright sun situation, popping in a little light can make for a more pleasing photo. However, I typically dont bother unless Im up in the aisle a little. If youre too far away, it wont even look like youve added flash.
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