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A wedding can pose quite a challenge for photographers. There are pictures to be taken at the church, at home, outdoors, in the restaurant... The location changes throughout the event, and each feature needs different lighting conditions and requires different shooting techniques. Follow our tips so you don’t miss out on any photo ops on the big day!
To photograph a wedding is to sacrifice a day of fun and happy times. In fact, your camera is sure to come between you and your ability to experience these blissful moments! In short, you won’t experience the ceremony like other guests will. If you don’t like the idea of missing out on the big day, ask a professional photographer to take the reins instead!
What equipment should you bring? You’ll want to be free to move about, so the less lenses and cameras you carry around with you, the better. Here’s what you should bring:
Before the wedding ceremony, draw up a list of pivotal moments and jot down ideas on how you can shoot them. Here’s our list:
Capturing the exact shade of white of the dress can be tricky, especially if the groom is donning a very dark suit. To prevent problems from arising, go for a slightly underexposed shot, test it out, then adjust your settings if necessary. If the dress appears lackluster, go for an overexposed shot!
Les intérieurs sont généralement peu lumineux. Pour éviter les photos ternes, n’hésitez pas à monter l’ISO. Rapprochez-vous de vos sujets et utilisez le flash pour éviter des ombres trop dures sur les visages.
Shoot them while in shutter-priority mode (1/250 s) and at a wide angle of view.
A few rules to capture the most tender of kisses:
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