Wedding Photography: 4 Mistakes You Must Avoid

by Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
Weddings make for one of the most fun and grand celebrations in India. Spread over a couple of days, traditions, and rituals at the wedding call for a number of events. The one thing that needs your utmost attention is the photographer who will capture this vibrant madness for you. Getting the frame right and encapsulating the surge of emotions at a wedding is an art that not many do justice to. 
Your photographer must have the best equipment to cover the wedding such as the Canon Focus 1DX Mark III. This exceptional game-changer is a masterpiece that gives superior image quality and 4K video recording. To ensure that you get beautiful memories of the wedding through photographs to cherish for a lifetime, there are wedding photography tips that your photographer must know. 

Here we have listed the common mistakes that must be avoided:

1. Keeping a small budget: Most people make the mistake of not allocating enough budgets for their wedding photography. Investing in a good professional photographer will give you the results you are looking for. Meet them in person and have a look at their portfolio and not just the website. Choose wisely, as the famous saying ‘you get what you pay for’ cannot stand truer in this case.

2. Not capturing behind the scene moment: Hiring the photographer just for the main events can be a major regret. Some of the best pictures of the wedding come from moments shared between the events and while preparations. Be it getting ready, working on your nerves, dancing, or a session with friends before you take the plunge, these moments allow the photographer to capture a range of emotions and feelings running through the venue. 

3. Not having a shot list: The photographers cannot read your mind and need to know if you have specific shots in mind. Do not forget to give him a list of must-have shots. You might get carried away in the celebrations but they would ensure that the shots are taken, be it with your friends, family, or just your partner. 

4. Not meeting the photographer in advance: You need to have a friendly rapport with your photographer to be comfortable in front of the lens. They will be with you, up close and around you all through your wedding. At times they are the ones who help you calm down in the best manner possible. So it is best to meet them in advance and enjoy the process of being captured. 

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About Ankita Sehgal Advanced   Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi

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