Instead of having just the regular wedding photography done, you can opt for photojournalistic wedding photography instead. It's not fairly new, but it's not common either. So here's what it's all about:
You've got a wedding to shoot, and you've got a couple waiting to be shot. Now, how do you position them so they don't look awkward? Here are 5 composition tips for you from photographer Daniel Lowe to follow, so you can get the best angles:
To spice up your photography skills, all it takes is research and the determination to learn and improve. You need to take advantage of sceneries, learn how to manipulate backgrounds and most importantly, take good pictures.
The first dance for the married couple could be the most significant dance of their lives, and they will want to remember it forever. Chances are, everyone else will be busy trying to snap their own photos from their little digitals, and you must nudge your way in to capture shots of the beautiful moment.
Here are 20 things you can ask your wedding photographer to give you better insight to what kind of photographs they'll produce. Remember that you can decide to choose a different photographer if you're uncomfortable with the one you have narrowed down. It's your wedding after all and you'll only want a photographer who can suit your style. These questions are of the basic sort, and you may add on your own queries as you go along: