We are at the start of the wedding season and after the beautiful Royal wedding last weekend, we wanted to share a really simple guide to wedding photography for anyone who is considering becoming a wedding photographer or for those who have thought of expanding into the genre.
This is a guest post written by Katie Jones from Orla James.
Since you’ve decided your wedding date, have an idea about the menu, venue, and guest lists, it’s now time to concentrate on how you’re going to capture all these memories. Your wedding day is probably going to be the most beautiful day of your life. Most of us have been dreaming about this day since we were children, and if not dreaming, then we at least know what we want for ourselves.
There will be a lot going on during the wedding itself and you might not be able to enjoy every detail that you’ve thought through. Katie from orlajames.com says that if you’re busy mingling, you might miss the entrance of your grandparents, or you might miss the pretty flower girls playing hopscotch with each other. There are always umpteen things that you might want to be a part of. At such a time, it is only the photographs that will capture all these perfect moments from your wedding.
You owe it to your partner, any future children, and family members to make this day as memorable as possible. You should also be able to revisit your memories through these photos whenever you want.
Let’s look at some ways in which you can find and work with your photographer to capture perfect wedding photos.
When you first start blogging, chances are you’re doing it because you know it’s good for your business, but knowing where to start and what to write about can be overwhelming. So whether you have just jumped on the blogging band waggon or have had one for a while but haven’t quite got around to starting, here are some blog post ideas for you.
Earlier in the blogs, we explored building your business and how time is your friend or can become your enemy if you allow it. Well, best not to allow it and make it work for you instead. Creative pursuits like photography do not like to be time-constricted. Business operation, marketing and administration are elements that can be allotted and reasonably postponed if push comes to shove. Wedding photographers, in particular, have to stick to a schedule. So learning to love time is a skill worth learning for any business.
We’re back with even more page sets for you! We have designed five fundamental wedding page sets that are incredibly easy to download into your website. They are designed to boost your search engine optimisation as well as your sales and are a great addition to anyone just starting out in the wedding photography genre.