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First Look Alternatives That Won’t Ruin The Surprise – Sweet Ideas For The Couple Who’s Feeling Traditional-ish

Looking for a happy medium between a traditional first look at the altar and a modern first look before the ceremony? We’ve got you. Anyone searching for a special way to share a private, emotional moment together before the ceremony (that doesn’t involve seeing each other in full wedding attire quite yet) should check out […]

How To Pose Group Wedding Portraits | A Session By Rebecca Yale

Rebecca Yale shares her wedding photography composition techniques when capturing group portraits. No matter what group size you have or situation you’re in, Rebecca’s tools with give you confidence during your pre wedding photoshoot. Artist’s Statement: I’ve wanted to be a photographer since I was 12 years old, and while my path to weddings was […]

How To Pose For Your Wedding Photos – Tips For Looking Natural And Comfortable In Your Wedding Photos

If the idea of taking thousands of photos on your wedding day seems daunting, you’re not alone. After all, unless you’re a professional model, you’re probably not accustomed to being in front of the camera for hours on end. So how do you pose for a wedding photographer to guarantee shots you’ll actually want to […]

A Complete Guide To Taking Family Photos At Your Wedding

The couple is the focal point on any wedding day, but there’s another set of guests that’s equally important, particularly when it comes to photographs: family. Sure, couples want those must-have wedding photos like vows and the first look, but according to wedding photographer Sirena Singleton, wedding-day family photos are some of the most treasured […]

Tips To Enhancing Your Portrait Photography

Flattering portraits rarely happen as a default. Some people are photogenic, yes, and look good at every angle. But often, we work hard to get flattering photos that the sitter loves. There is no one-trick as every person’s face, form, and shape are different. We have to tailor our angles to each portrait sitter. However, there are basic fundamental tools we can use that help us achieve flattering portraits.

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