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[19 Dec 2013 | 3,829 views]

Any bride-to-be has a lot of preparation on her hands when it comes to fashion and image—and this is perfectly understandable! The wedding is an event many brides-to-be have looked forward to their whole lives, and one that will be remembered and reflected on forever. And this is why many will also place particular importance on their bridal photo shoots.
Now, there will be a lot of photo shoots—both impromptu and planned—occurring during the wedding and any events surrounding it. But your pre-wedding shoot gives you the opportunity to simply focus …

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[15 Dec 2013 | 3,601 views]

 
There’s no doubt these two kicked off their wedding in best way
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[11 Dec 2013 | 3,777 views]

 
 
1) Get In Close – it’s the faces your interested in, not the shoes.   Fill the frame with the face or faces.  
2) Keep it natural – don’t over-pose pictures – natural pictures are often the best ones.  Keep your camera ready and take peoples pictures when they’ are not looking.  This is especially true for children.
3) Get down with the kids:  while your children are playing with the Christmas presents you want to be down on your knees or tummy photographing from their height.
4) If you are posing to …

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[7 Dec 2013 | 3,770 views]


I’m not sure what I think about wedding fireworks… On the one hand they tend to break the evening reception up, you’ve just got people dancing and you all have to troop out into the dark and cold. On the other hand though they do make a great spectacle.
Photographically they are a pain, this photo, like all my firework photos, are a composite of many different bursts. Oddly fireworks are not photogenic!

This couple instead went for Chinese Lanterns, and these were quite magical. All the guests got involved and everybody …

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[3 Dec 2013 | 3,949 views]

James and Michelle went for a completely different structure and timetable for their wedding. Michelle is Australian, and her family had of course come a very long way for her wedding.
They decided to split their wedding into two days. The first day was the civil service, with a good number of guests and afterwards only the core family went out to eat a local posh resteraunt. This way to the two families centres actually managed to spend some time together and get to know each …

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