The wedding photographer’s timeline: plan your shoots a year in advance

    | Photography Tips | Weddings | 26/07/2012 02:00am

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    Wedding photography: tips for charging clients your first time

    Image copyright Brett Harkness

    Pre-wedding photography
    Many couples like to have their more formal portraits taken a week or two before their actual wedding day. Offering this as part of your service is a great idea, as it can create a little extra income.

    Pre-wedding shots will also give you a really good opportunity to see how your clients behave in front of the camera and to find angles that will diminish any facial structures that are perhaps less than ideal.

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    Posted on Thursday, July 26th, 2012 at 2:00 am under Photography Tips, Weddings.

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