We’ve all been there: the day you’ve been looking for a perfect shot and you’ve made it, only to be told you’ll have to wait for the wedding photographer.
But now it’s becoming easier than ever for you to get a great photo on location.
A new documentary from photographer Alex Gaskins looks at some of the key factors that affect how well wedding photographers can get their work seen.
The Wedding Photographer’s Guide is available for purchase in select Australian cinemas on Friday, October 15.
Viewers can also follow the documentary on Facebook and Instagram.ABC News: 7 key points to ensure a great wedding photography dayThe Wedding Planning Guide is a comprehensive guide to help you find the best options for your wedding photography plans.
Here are seven key points:The first and most important thing is to make sure your photographer is prepared.
Your photographer must have a proven track record and be ready to handle all the expectations of your wedding day.
This is especially true when it comes to lighting.
“Lighting is a critical element in a lot of wedding photography, especially for the photographer who’s going to be doing a lot in the back,” Gaskens said.
Here are some tips to get you started. “
But, if you’re just starting out with photography, it can be really difficult to find one that’s ready for you.”
Here are some tips to get you started.
Make sure your photographers equipment is in good working order.
“A lot of photographers are very busy in their day jobs and they’ll often not have a set up to go with their camera,” Gassins said.
“So, a lot can go wrong in a couple of different ways and it can definitely be hard to get that perfect picture.”
So, what can you do to make it easier for you?
“For me personally, I tend to use a tripod and a flash, so that my shots can be captured in an easy-to-see format, with the camera right at eye level,” Gasser said.
So, how do you know when you’ve found the right one?
Gaskin recommends keeping your focus on the bride and groom in front of you.
“If they’re looking right at me, they’re probably not the right size,” he said.
For a more in-depth guide, check out our guide to wedding photography.
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