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    10 wedding photography mistakes every beginner will make (and how to get better)

    | Photography Tips | Weddings | 31/07/2013 00:01am
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    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 07 Equipment failure

    If you drop a lens at the wedding, or your camera stops working, it doesn’t matter how expensive it is, you have to hold back the tears and carry on shooting.

    If the bride and groom are relying on you to photograph their wedding there can be no excuses.

    It’s essential to double up on all your kit so that if something breaks or fails you have a back-up.

    Having two cameras has the added advantage of allowing you to swap quickly between focal lengths without having to change lens.

    Just mount one optic on one camera and another on the other and switch between the two cameras as you want.

    If you don’t own two cameras or have sufficient overlap of lens focal length, consider hiring (or borrowing) what you need for the day.

    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 01 Inexperience
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 02 Poor exposure
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 03 Messy background
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 04 Couple squinting in the sun
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 05 No eye contact
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 06 Forgetting a shot
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 07 Equipment failure
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 08 Messy group shots
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 09 Forgetting the details
    Beginner Wedding Photography Mistakes: 10 Shooting JPEG files

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    Posted on Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography Tips, Weddings.

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