How to get the perfect wedding photos - the best from the web

18
Oct

It’s been crazy busy here at The Wedding Parlour, we are in the middle of a really exciting website redesign project and we have been getting ready for the official launch of our Directory at the start of 2018.  Vendors have been joining us thick and fast and we can’t wait to share this fantastic new service with you. ​

We have also been turning our thoughts to wedding photographs, specifically how you can make sure you get exactly what you want.  There is so much advice out there it can get overwhelming so we have out together a list of 8 of the best blog posts from the web all about wedding photos, how to get the perfect shots, inspirational ideas, insider tips and some fantastic advice on how to pose:​

Top 10 tips to for getting amazing wedding photographs
https://www.chrismanstudios.com/wedding-photography-tips-for-brides/

Smartest wedding photography tips for brides
http://www.bycalin.com/articles/planning-wedding/wedding-photography-tips-brides

Tips from the Pros: How to Look Great in Your Wedding Photos
https://animoto.com/blog/personal/tips-from-the-pros-how-to-look-fabulous-in-your-wedding-photos/

6 top tips on getting the perfect confetti shot
http://www.shropshirepetals.com/blog/6-top-tips-on-getting-the-perfect-confetti-shot/

30 Totally Fun Wedding Photo Ideas and Poses for Your Wedding Party
http://www.confettidaydreams.com/wedding-photo-ideas-and-poses-for-your-wedding-party/

How to…Pose in Your Wedding Photographs – What to Do (& What Not to Do)
https://www.rocknrollbride.com/2011/06/how-to-pose-in-your-wedding-photographs-what-to-do-and-what-not-to-do/

How to achieve great wedding photographs on rainy days
http://www.chrischambersphotography.co.uk/get-great-wedding-photographs-wet-weather-conditions/

12 things wedding photographers want to tell you, but can’t
http://offbeatbride.com/wedding-photography-secrets/​​

Most couples don’t really think about the actual photos until reviewing them after the event.
A good photographer will capture the main events on your big day however there may be a few shots that you would really like. To help you avoid regretting not capturing that one moment you really wanted or that one family member you want to be photographed with it’s a good idea to talk to your photographer in advance. Our list of headline shots below will help you consider what images you expect to see and what images you really want to capture on your wedding day.
http://theweddingparlour.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/photography-checklist-pdf.pdf

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