Scott Kelby shares his experience on making the best of gloomy weather when photographing a wedding
In his latest guest post, Scott Kelby explains how to find the perfect marriage between camera settings and flash to create a vision of beauty.
Successful wedding photography requires planning and preparation. In his guest blog post Constantin Opris, a professional wedding photographer at Dreamstime.com, offers his guidelines for each phase of the process, and you’ll be sure to capture some unforgettable moments that the couple will be able to hold on to forever.
Sooner or later there comes a point in any keen photographer’s life when they are asked to shoot a wedding. Here are some tried and tested tips to help the first timer survive.
Shooting wedding portraits of the bride and groom is one of the most challenging tasks of any wedding photographer, whether you’re a seasoned hand or its your first time. In this free photography cheat sheet we illustrate 9 classic wedding poses and explain how to capture them.
In this wedding portraits tutorial we’ll show you how to shoot the Big Day with confidence and capture those magic moments with our top portrait photography techniques, plus fast Photoshop fixes to quickly make the most of your set of Raw images.
Looking for inspiration for your photography? Look no further than these 9 creative photo ideas to try in September!
We’ve already covered the essentials of how to photograph a wedding for the first time so you know that it’s a good idea to have shot list, shoot in raw format and double-up on kit. But the professionals have a few more helpful tricks that we’d like to share with you.
Every photographer gets asked to shoot a wedding at some point. However, the stakes are very high, and you don’t want to mess-up on the bride and groom’s big day. To help out, our friends at the photo management blog Photoventure have put together a few tips to set you on the right path.
Shooting wedding photography for the first time is an exciting, but nerve-wracking experience. This guide is designed to help you avoid the pitfalls and produce images that the bride and groom will love.