You’re planning a wedding and there are heaps of things to organise, plan and manage. All the more reason for you to make sure that the suppliers you have hired are professional, organised and know what they’re doing.
They should be on your team and have a clear idea of what your specific needs are.
When it comes to your wedding photography needs this isn’t any different.
Be prepared. Have a list.
1- Discuss Specific Shots with the Photographer (A.k.a – The Shot List -not the drinking one!)
Don’t see a shot list as necessarily being a bad thing. Have some particular shots in mind that you really want, this way you can discuss the feasibility of the idea. If you want a shot with Auntie Edna but she’s leaving straight after the ceremony they will then know to capture that specific photo.
2- So who is Auntie Edna?
Your photographer can’t be expected to know everyone’s names so a great wedding photography tip is to nominate a family member or someone from the bridal party to organise the necessary people for the photos. They can then gather the guests for the photos so the photographer can concentrate on taking the photos.