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wilsonclark
Date Posted: Jan/22/2013 5:13 AM
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The romance, excitement and therefore the final realization of months, even perhaps many years, of coming up with for this one day and it is the wedding ceremony photographer's work to capture these thoughts during a realistic notwithstanding, attractive approach. The bride and groom are going to be anxious, the mother and father hoping each very little factor operates as simply as they need ready for and therefore the children, hoping to not seem furthermore uninterested in all the fuss near them. I usually see some tremendous photos of the insufficient ones at wedding parties. The images have to be compelled to mirror the events of the operating day during this variety of the simplest way that, wanting back once more, once you are a recent married combine, it'll seem to be the wedding ceremony was solely yesterday.

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AntonioSegura
Date Posted: Feb/22/2013 7:43 AM
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Great Wilson! Nice views.


 Message edited by: PhotographyTips.com moderator on 10/09/2013 12:05:12

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kendrikwiley
Date Posted: Apr/10/2013 5:52 AM
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Having a wedding photographer is very essential for everyone because it interested in capturing the memories of their special day. Wedding photographer gives professionalism which is one of the main advantages. As with all the things professionalism comes with a rates.

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carrollove
Date Posted: Aug/08/2013 3:31 AM
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Cool resource.. well, change your perspective.. Get a little creative with your shots. While the majority of the images in the end album will probably be fairly normal or formal poses  make sure you mix things up a little by taking shots from down low, up high, at wide angles etc...

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swanseamale472003
Date Posted: Mar/04/2014 6:03 AM
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As Wilson says wedding photographey can be tricky.

Over the years I've had brides drink a bottle of gin before the wedding started, a recent one so nervous I honestly didn't expect her to turn up at the church, not helped by the wedding dress fitter trying to talk her out of going.

I've had grooms paralytic drunk right before the service, fighting in the car park (groom and best man) I caught one groom giving one of the bridesmaids what is best called 'attention' in view of the fact children might be reading this. (you adults know what I mean), not much future in that wedding.

I've had wedding cars break down (fairly common) I've had people die (thankfully not so common) I've ended up in the ladies restroom with a half stripped bridesmade while I stiched up a bad leg wound (the dress hoop broke and tore open her leg) I've had it pour down with rain, snow, wind and been roasted in the sun.

I've seen the food not turn up, the best man missing (he never did show up) I've had the police phone me after the wedding for pictures of one of the bridesmaids who had gone missing (she was shacked up with one of the guests I heard after) I've police and paramedics and several crazed horse riders nearly fighting at one wedding (take to long to explain)

I've been to churches with crazy vicars, obnoxious vicars, and one with no vicar (he forgot the wedding) Churches that are so dark night vision goggles are not optional (whey are so many badly lit?) Another church where they raced throught the service so they could finish and get to the game before it started, and that was the priest.

Yes wedding photography can be tricky........

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Steve
Date Posted: Mar/05/2014 6:00 AM
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All I can say is amen Swan! I had one wedding I helped with that the Groom and Bride both were so hammered they leaned a little too much. The groom showed up an hour late and the bride almost three hours late. The day was a little warmer than normal so she was really ticked when it came time for everyone to get a good look at the cake that the icing was melting. WHEE! I am glad that I was second shooter and not primary.

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Reality can be beaten with enough imagination..... Mark Twain

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swanseamale472003
Date Posted: Mar/05/2014 11:50 AM
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Three hours late! Thats crazy. My record is about an hour and a quarter late, and I thought that was a lot, a lot of churches or registras here wont wait long after the booked time, I doubt any would have waited three hours.

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Steve
Date Posted: Mar/06/2014 6:38 AM
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They had it reserved all day... So no biggie... For them anyway. The problem is how do you party when you are already tore up from the floor up??? They managed. It was difficult to get some photos that did not display a total lack of control.

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Reality can be beaten with enough imagination..... Mark Twain

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swanseamale472003
Date Posted: Mar/06/2014 12:29 PM
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Some of the guests must have been irate, thats a lot of time hanging about.

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Steve
Date Posted: Mar/08/2014 10:06 AM
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Not really... most of them were tore up too. The children who had the misfortune of being there was another story.

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