I am fun and easy to work with. I love bright colors and enjoy taking editorial style photographs.
I love to mix textures, colors and styles that cannot possibly live together.
I am always looking for the best light and believe that the most beautiful photographs are taken with the natural light.
Not a good idea. I don't know why but so many brides think they will photograph better if they tan for their wedding day/photoshoot.
Depending on your skin type the camera will pick up an orangey-pinky-reddish cast of your skin, not mentioning that it will also look very dull.
Lately and very often I am being asked by many couples how to pose for the romantic wedding photography session? After all formal group shots are done and the couple wants something special, to bring back the memories of their wedding day and with the look of a magazine cover, many of them encounter this problem of posing.
So I have decided to help them out and write this and illustrate it with one of my latest sessions.
Always plan to have a professional makeup on your wedding day, done by a professional makeup artist. While your desire to try and save money is very understandable and you may even suddenly remember that a friend of yours is very skilled with the makeup so you start considering her to do your makeup on your wedding day - I would not recommend this.
Well, another reason why to use a professional makeup artist for your wedding or portraiture photography session. Not only they use quality products and know how to apply it correctly, they also know what NOT to use for a photography session.
There are several factors that add to a successful wedding photography:
When choosing a dressing room - whether it's in a hotel or your home - try to have a large room with a good natural light. A room that has large windows facing north- will be your best choice. However you do not want any direct sunlight either and so if that is the case -make sure it has curtains to help to diffuse the harsh light.
Many future brides planning their weddings have a dilemma: "Should I hire a big Studio or a Private Wedding Photographer to photograph my wedding." There are exceptions of course, but the following ideas may help you make this decision, and apply to the majority of the large-scale and small-scale professional wedding photographers.