MUST HAVE WEDDING SHOTS!!

The wedding dress should always be showcased! Especially, the train. Do a back shot of the groom and lay your head on his shoulder.
12-Train-Fanned-Out
No matter where you get married, utilize the light to enhance your dress. Early evening lighting is the best! Take pictures near trees, textured backgrounds like bricks or stones, and zoom in for full effect on interesting architectural pieces like porticos or interesting windows.
21-Catching-Sunlight
Everyone remembers to shoot pics from the front; but, have you stopped to think of having shots taken from above?
15-Aerial-View
Just looking out an interesting window really showcases the bride and dress.
17-Classic-Veil-Shot-From-Behind
This shot looks like it belongs in a magazine! Some of the most interesting pictures are the most simple concepts.
on the hanger
This is an exceptional photo with the back of the dress, the bride’s back, and the front of the groom. Think about photo shots before your wedding and print them off for your photographer. Give them an idea of what you want.
5-Back-Him
Again, simplicity at its best!
10-Walking-Away
Some brides have gorgeous shoes, so showcase them!
14-Sitting-Your-Skirt-Piled-Up
Use nature to your full advantage.
18-Dance-Floor
Bridesmaids fussing over the bride is timeless.
6-Being-Fussed-Over-Your-Bridesmaids
I love the shots of just the dress! Sometimes, we have too many people shots. It’s alright to be free with your photos and play model for the day. It will make your wedding album more interesting.
23-Just-Skirt

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