Digital Photographer|Issue 205
Take the quality of your wedding images up a notch and make photoshoots enjoyable for you and your clients.
Weddings only happen once, yet are one of the most time-dependant types of shoot a photographer can undertake. There are few assignments that combine the same level of workload, complexity and transience as a large-scale wedding shoot, and as such they should not be undertaken without considerable experience of people management and working to a tight deadline. Even professional photographers who have worked on many weddings can encounter stress, since every wedding is different, as are the people attending and organising it. It is helpful therefore to learn new ways to plan, direct and execute a shoot, which fits around your way of working. Arguably the greatest challenge is working with such a large number of interested parties, from the bride and groom, to the wedding planners and venue representatives, all operating to their own schedules and expectations. There are key moments when problems are likely to arise, so identifying these before they occur is of great benefit to the efficiency of your shoot.
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