Now that the wedding date is set, there are all sorts of details to address. One of those details has to do with who will capture the images of the big day. Instead of entrusting a friend to spend the day snapping pictures, it makes sense to hire a professional who knows all the ins and outs of Charleston Wedding Photography. Here is what the professional will bring to the table.
Examining the Venues
One of the first things the professional will want to do is check out the venues for the ceremony and the reception. The goal is to determine the amount of natural light present at the time the ceremony and the reception will take place. That makes it easier to determine what kind of lighting and other equipment will be needed to come up with the ideal shots.
Making Plans for Specific Shots
Many couples have some specific shots they want taken at some point before, during, and after the ceremony. That includes staged shots with family members and various participants in the wedding party. The photographer can help the couple create a list of shots that need to take place over the course of the day. This helps to establish a basic plan of action for capturing images that provide memories in the future.
An Eye for Candid Shots
Along with the staged shots, an expert who is talented in the art of photography will be on the lookout for activity that will make for excellent candid shots. Some of the shots will be of family and friends who are in the middle of doing something funny. Other shots may catch some of the guests in pensive moments. These extemporaneous shots will add some vitality to the traditional images and capture some moments that will bring a smile every time the couple looks at the wedding album.
There’s no reason to put off the selection of a wedding photographer until the last minute. Visit today and take a look at some of the work done for past clients. Arrange an appointment and go over what the couple has in mind. With the photography in good hands, the couple can spend more time planning the other details for the wedding ceremony and the reception that follows. For more information Justin and Lauren Photography.