Shooting a wedding is one of the photographer’s busiest days.
And if you don’t get as much right as possible on the day, you may have an extensive amount of post capture afterwards.
So for those shooting the ‘one off’, or looking to start a career, or simply wishing to add to they’re existing wedding photography skills, we offer this informative and inspiring workshop.
Warmly received for its content, it is based on real shooting and offers a step-by-step roadmap for the big day.
It tackles the ‘how’ to take the key shots throughout the day, plus lots on the ‘nitty gritty’ from organising ourselves, to navigating the event ‘warts an all’.
The kit you need, how to use it allied to the right techniques.
A great framework to work from, it gives a firm foundation to capturing the big day, with practical advice throughout.
Upcoming Workshop Dates, Locations And Further Information:
When: To be advised..
Where: To be advised.
Level Of Content: Intro/intermediate/Advanced.
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Some Key Aspects Covered:
- Clients – what you need to communicate.
- Your pre-wedding day planning & preparation.
- Your shooting order/list.
- Working out your timings.
- Dealing with people such as officials, catering and venue staff.
- How exactly to get those shots before, during, and after the service.
- Equipment choices – what you really need in cameras, lenses and flash.
- The specifics of how shots are created.
- How to use portable flash quickly but well – inside and out.
- Setting-up the formal shots.
- Capturing those ‘reportage’ images.
- Important story telling ‘extra’ images.
- Composition and posing tips.
- ‘Wedding Bells’…more creative shots of the bride when there is time.
- The main men, shooting images of the groom and his best men.
- Dealing with different wedding approaches and the shots they need.
- Telling the day’s story.
- Maximise your working with a second shooter.
- Why sun, wind or rain cannot stop you.
- Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter…be prepared.
- Some nice touches.
- Pitfalls to avoid.
- Initial workflow post shoot.