wedding photography

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The guidelines for shooting tables full of guests are fairly straightforward. You’re going to politely ask half the table to rise and stand behind the luckier half that gets to remain seated. Then you’ll line everyone up evenly, being careful not to lose anyone behind a plant, bottle or tall guest.

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Since weddings are quick paced, one-shot events, backing up your image files as you work is imperative. Unless you plan on carrying a pocketful of memory cards, you’ll need a device to store your files so you can unload your memory card and pop it back into the camera. (Always carry spare cards in your kit.)

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Even among the likeminded, you’ll find those who prefer standard-issue shoulder bags, and others who go for photo backpacks, sling and holster-style bags or hard cases.

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After cameras and lenses, the third slice of your wedding gear triad is your choice of lighting gear. The most basic system revolves around a dedicated TTL (through the lens) flashgun mounted on your camera’s hot shoe (or preferably on an adjustable flash bracket). 

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With the right tools, outdoor wedding photography can be a nice contrast to the more formal, controlled-light look of photographs taken within the confines of a catering hall or other wedding-centric indoor location.

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Joey Quintero provides solutions to avoiding “raccoon eyes” and squinting guests in this two-minute video about shooting wedding groups outdoors. He identifies the problems and provides convenient and safe solutions for adding that extra bit of lighting when the on-camera flash won’t cut it.

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In this B&H video, Joey Quintero delivers a two-minute primer on using a flash in the proper orientation for shadowless wedding photos, discussing both the theory and providing a simple, practical solution.

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When aimed at people, the on-camera flash can often produce ugly and blown-out photos, something that won’t look attractive in a wedding album. Whether shooting indoors or outside, Joey Quintero provides several quick and easy solutions for enhancing wedding portraiture using flash modifiers that can deliver a flattering and soft light to your subjects.

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Wedding photography can be extremely intense and stressful for any photographer. It requires the ability to adapt to situations immediately and to be creative, and sometimes it means working with tough personalities. But what happens when everything suddenly comes to a screeching halt at a wedding?



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 On a wedding day, creating drama is usually something photographers try to avoid. With all the personalities, excitement and tension surrounding the couple’s big day, it often falls to us to keep the couple relatively stress-free. But drama can be a photographer’s best friend when it comes to creating jaw-droppingly unique portraits. Single elements are good, but you can mix and match ideas from this list to create photographs that are truly stunning.


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