Wednesday 28 March 2012

What is a PreWedding Shoot?

Well now that is a good question. Many photographers, such as myself, think that it is a very good idea indeed to have one of these to help you get the most from your wedding photographs. Why?, well lets just say that you are not a professional model ( and apologies if you are of course). You may feel a little bit lost when suddenly you become the centre of attention from all of your family and friends. You may also feel a bit uncomfortable having to "pose" for shots with your other half. It may be that you have seen a particular photo though and are thinking ooo I want a picture like that.  So what better solution than for you to have a bit of a practice first eh?!..
So what happens...
We meet up, wherever you like, but often at your venue.
We chat ( I like chatting).
I get an idea for what things you would be comfortable doing, you tell me what preferences you have for shots.
We chat more ( see I told you I like chatting)
We practice a few "poses" if you want posing to be part of our time together on the day.
I run through a few tips and tricks for hand positions, feet positions. ( I'm also looking at your heights, to see how you naturally fit well together).
We have a lot of fun with some slightly less conventional poses if you like.
I take some pics when you are not looking too ( I am sneaky like that).
All in all we have a great time getting to each other so that on the wedding day you can relax and enjoy yourself and leave all the photo stuff to me.
Heres a lovely shoot we did last year, Kate and Ade brought along their son too, we had a great time.

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