Wedding Photography: 4 Tips To Look Your Best In Your Wedding Pictures
Wedding photography isn’t all about the photographer’s skills, techniques, camera, and editing. To ensure you get nice pictures afterwards, you also have to pay attention to how you present yourself on camera. So, here are some tips with thanks to Perfect Wedding Photograpy which you can apply when it’s time for your wedding photos.
Strike Your Best Stolen Shot
Most of us have a favourite pose when during picture takings, however, we also have that shot where we didn’t pose for it but it looks so perfect that it could pass for one. You probably have a couple of favourite shots popping into your mind right now, but since it’s for your wedding pick that one where you’re composed but not posed. Picture that in your mind and re-enact that exact shot for your wedding day.
Don’t Look At The Camera (Unless Your Photographer Tell You To)
You want sweet and romantic portraits? Ones that will capture how much you love each other? Then pay attention to each other. Look at each other eye and simply soak yourselves with memories that you’ve shared as a couple and raw emotions that you’re feeling during this momentous occasion. Be the couple that you are off cam and believe me, it will show through the pictures instead of going for those scripted poses.
Try Not To Squint
Our eyes are the windows to our souls, but it’ll hard to see that when you keep on squinting. If you’re struggling to keep your eyes open because of the sun, try closing them, have the photographer count from one to three, then open your eyes on his cue. Unless you’re intentionally having a picture with your eyes close, try to have them as naturally wide as possible.
Hire The Same Photographer From Your Engagement Photos
As mentioned earlier, wedding photography isn’t all about the equipment, editing and photographer’s skills. If you’re really concerned having beautiful pictures for your wedding, it helps to book the same guy who took them during your engagement. You already know him so you feel more comfortable around him, plus he already worked with your engagement so he’ll know what you want for your shots so it’s easier for him to adjust.