Your portrait and wedding photos are beautiful memories of that special time in your life and my approach is to photograph those moments and intimate details in an unobtrusive way as your wedding day unfolds. Each portrait or wedding is unique, full of precious memories and I will capture those and provide you with a complete set of images for your special day.
Your images of your wedding will be a succession of beautiful moments and emotions that you can relive for years to come. I understand how much care and attention you have put into planning your wedding day and how essential it is for you to have a stunning collection of cherished memories for your photo album and to display around your home, to show your family and friends and just simply to remember those memories that capture the whole essence of your day.
Photography is an investment in a lifetime of memories. Whether the memories are of your wedding day or family portraits, photographs are a permanent record of the events of that day, records that will last a lifetime. Unlike many of the other things from your wedding day, the main things that you will keep will be a marriage certificate, wedding rings and your wedding pictures. Your photos will last forever and those images will tell your story.
My shooting style is both unobtrusive and yet candid. I wont be getting in the way but capturing the day as it unfolds. There are many beautiful locations around Hobart and throughout Tasmania where we can take those special images that you will always remember.
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- First off, work out what type of wedding photography coverage you are looking for. Do you like posed formal images or more of a photo-journalistic style where I photograph the day as it happens with less emphasis on posed and formal photo’s. It is your special day and it is up to you.
- Ask your friends for any suggestions. Listen to their advice and look at their photo’s and albums. If you don’t like what you see, don’t follow their advice.
- Select a family photo co-ordinator to arrange groups and to make sure that everyone is present to allow the photo shoot to run smoothly. The photographer can not be responsible for missing images of people if there is no one to assist in identifying these people.
- Think about the shots you would like before the day and make a shot list. This is particularly helpful for family groups. While I will have my own list, yours will help too.
- It is helpful for all people involved in group photos to know where and when their presence is required for photographs. It will help if you give them a place and time to gather.
- The Bride should be the sole decision maker at the wedding.
- Location and shade is important for the best photos.
- Estimate about 4-5 minutes per shot on average for small groups, 6-8 minutes for large groups and at least 15 minutes per location for the Bride and Groom. Plan for shots so that all runs smoothly.
- The more input the better. If you have ideas or special requests for shots that you want, then list them and write them down. Relaxed and informal shots work the best where the Bride and Groom are relaxed and interacting with each other and not the camera.
- What are your wet weather options? Work out a weather contingency plan and discuss it with your photographer before your wedding day.
- If a wedding photographer is not going to shoot your wedding in using a camera RAW format and hasn’t done so before, then you should consider looking for one that does. You want the best quality images you can get and shooting in camera RAW will help.