Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 09:47:02 AM. Wedding. By Deniece Jardin.
If it raining… And this is the worst situation of all (And Uncle Frank comes in here!!!), photograph the immediate party in the church (That is the Bride, Groom, Ushers, Bridesmaids and parents). Go to the reception, create a space and then focus on the families and all the guests. Get a high vantage point (Stand on a table) and get everyone to look up at you. Crop the image so that the surroundings can t be seen in post production…
If you want to see the same things that you have seen on your wedding day, then have a video coverage for it. Videos can see anything where it is pointed out without any compromise. However, you need to have a quality video to enjoy these so-called memories years from the time you got married. To have a quality video, is all up to the videographer on what he uses and how he captures the images and the sounds. How will you know you will be having the best wedding videography, here is how
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