Talking about photo , I’m sure you don’t want your photographer to miss any of the sweet moments of You on your wedding day. But sometimes some people don’t feel confident enough and always said “do I look good in the pictures?’’ Because of this lack confident, then it makes less in result. Anyway it happens right? Hopefully below article taken from About Weddings.com will give you some trick to always look Gorgeous on your wedding day, happy reading!!
Not everyone can be a model, but we certainly all want to feel as gorgeous as one when we see our wedding photos. After all, the wedding might be just one day, but the images last forever. Don’t we all remember spending hours staring at our own parents wedding albums? Here are 5 simple tips to ensure that you don’t just get wedding photos that you like, but wedding photos that you will cherish.
1. Hire Someone You feel Comfortable With as a Person
Your caterer might be gruff, but her food is amazing. Your florist might be a bit reserved, but his arrangements are lovely. Enjoying the company of your vendors at your wedding is generally not that important, with the exception of your photographer! Of everyone you hire, your photographer is the person who is around you the most on your wedding day, and you want them to be someone who makes you both feel comfortable and relaxed. That’s the best way to achieve amazing wedding photos
2. Consider an Engagement Session
The idea of an engagement photo session can be exciting to some, while completely unappealing to others. The truth is they are a really good idea, because not only do you get to know your photographer (again, comfort leads to great photos) but your photographer gets to know how to photograph you best. What are your best angles? What is your best smile? What draws you both out of your shells? Or perhaps you have no shells!
3. Consider Seeing Each Other before the Wedding
Yes, I will admit there is a certain romanticism to not seeing each other until you are walking down the aisle, but, as photographer and author of The White Dress in Color, Carla Ten Eyck puts it “Who doesn’t want to walk down the aisle exchange a high five and immediately join their cocktail hour with all of their family and friends? Well, consider seeing each other before the ceremony and do a private first look with your honey! Then segue into wedding party and family photos, and wrap up in time to have some quiet time before your ceremony!”
Even if you can’t be convinced of seeing each other for photos before the ceremony, Carla Ten Eyck absolutely advocates for some private time alone with your photographer. “Many of my clients want relaxed, real photographs that represent who they are and show how in love they are with each other. Now, imagine trying to do that in 15 minutes with everyone watching you and heckling! Not very relaxing, am I right? Instead, consider doing your portraits alone with your photographer with as much time as you can spare, grab a glass of champagne to relax you and trust them to find the best light and locations to create stunning, relaxed images.”
5. Hire a Wedding Professional
Weddings are definitely getting more expensive, but the truth is, wedding photography is an art form in and of itself. There is only so much natural light, and you certainly can’t ask people to do a “retake” of their first. Wedding Photographers have only but seconds to capture moments that you will cherish forever. Not the time to trust a friend who “toys with” wedding photography. If you are thinking of ways to save, consider shortening the amount of time you book your photographer instead of hiring a non-professional. After all, late night after-party photos are what camera phones were made for!