Top 3 Tips on Posing for Your Wedding Photographs

Today I want to talk about tips on posing for your wedding photographs. A lot of couples may never have had a professional photo shoot before their wedding day. It can be quite daunting if you're not sure what to expect. I always say the key to anything with your wedding photographer is communication. Ask questions and make sure the photographer talks to you and asks you questions about what you're expecting and hoping to get from your wedding photography.

Winter Wedding at Widdrington

This winter wedding at Widdrington was held at the United Reformed Church. It's a pretty little church on the main road up the coast of Northumberland.

Unfortunately the weather was drizzly so the majority of the photos had to be taken indoors. If you're planning a winter wedding, it's always a good idea to consider the indoor space at your venue. Is it large enough for decent photos and for your guests to mingle in comfortably?

How To Photograph a Wedding - and Survive

With lots of couples being extremely budget conscious when planning their wedding, more and more people are turning to enthusiastic hobbyists to take their wedding photographs. This can be a daunting job if you've never done it before. So I have drawn all of my experience over the last 21 years as a photographer, to make this guide on how to photograph a wedding.

Tips For Choosing Your Wedding Photographer

With so many North East wedding photographers around these days, it can be quite daunting choosing the right photographer. Also, with wedding day budgets getting bigger and bigger, sometimes it's the photography budget that gets cut. Nearly everyone knows someone who is "keen on photography" and would do it for a fraction of the price of a professional. But consider the points brought up below.

~ First and foremost, you need someone you feel comfortable with, as your photographer will be present for most of your special day.