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Manchester Photographer.
Weddings.
Contacts.
Links Page.

 

Bridal Portraits:

 

Bridal Portraits can be shot in a Studio environment a week or so before your big day or anytime the Bridal Gown has been obtained. A professional make-up artist will assist in creating an image that will long be cherished,

 

If you want a more relaxed Studio sitting then a date after your Honeymoon can be arranged.

Bridal Portrait images can make a lovely thank you card for all your guest.

 

 

 

Wedding Photography:

 

Wedding Photographers should always do a pre-wedding day reconnaissance of the location and venue if at all possible.
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It's very important for the Wedding Photographer to meet the clergyman before the wedding and discuss the rules and any restrictions of the Church or Venue rather then doing it on the wedding day as this will just add more chaos and its likely some very important shots will be missed.

 

Wedding Photographers should arrive early at the wedding venue on the day as an effective organisation strategy saves enormous time and stress for all.

 

Most Wedding Photographers tend to carry a list of photographs to take and we feel it is far more efficient to start with the largest group and dismiss people, rather than start with a few and keep calling for others. It is easier to maintain the interest of the key parties rather than keep the masses waiting until the end of the session by which time they may be much less co-operative through the effects of the heat or cold and the lack of drink or through boredom.

 

Our desire is to shoot as many images as possible with each party in order to eliminate blinks and provide as much of a variety as possible.

 

Wedding Photographers tend to do a full-length version followed by a head and shoulders or half-length version of the same set-up rather then two photographs which are exactly the same. You will see how easy it is to create 200 different photographs at a wedding.

 

It would be feasible for any Wedding photographer to talk with the people who are taking part in the preparations and the Wedding as well as the event organiser as they will be in a better position to advise the Photographer where each Guest will likely to be at any given time during the Wedding.