Clue your photographer in on your ceremony proceedings and scheduling before the event. That way, they’ll be able to position themselves in the best spot to capture the special moments.
Arranging an engagement shoot with your photographer will give you a practice run in front of the lens and help you to feel more natural in your wedding portrait session.
Be sure to have your engagement ring polished ahead of the big day in preparation for close-up shots.
When thoughtfully captured, small details from the day will keep your memories crystal clear.
Ask your photographer if they have plans for both wet and dry weather, so you can rest assured that your photos will be be incredible either way.
By all means create a shot list, but if you also allow your photographer some creative freedom, they'll be able to preserve the spontaneous moments too.
Whether it’s your local beach or your favourite café, create a unique album by choosing a setting that’s personal to you for your portrait session.
Invite your photographer to shoot your wedding prep. You’ll be so busy on the big morning, there are bound to be sweet moment you'd otherwise miss.
Introduce your photographer to the littlest members of the bridal party. When kids feel comfortable, they're more likely to act naturally in front of the lens.
Look for a photographer with an unobtrusive personality. When your snapper blends into the background, moments of raw emotion can be artfully captured.