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ETIQUETTE FOR A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER  

 

We found this really interesting article on the knot.com, where you can read some opinions of photographers from all across the world on the subject of wedding photography. In particular, they talk about the top 20 wedding photography mistakes. We selected 10 of them. Here's the article:

 1. Not Finalizing the Wedding Day Schedule

 "Talk to your photographer before finalizing the schedule for your wedding day. There is a lot to consider in terms of photographing and natural light. Certain times of day are more photogenic than others (midday sun casts harsh, unflattering shadows on the face while late day sun casts a beautifying warm glow on everyone)."

 -Hillary Harvey, Hillary Harvey Photography

 2. Not Sticking to the Finalized Schedule

 "Pay attention and respect the schedule you and your photographer discuss prior to your wedding. Being an hour late can make or break your images. Don't just assume it only takes 10 minutes!"

-Alison Clinton, Horizon Photo

 

JEFF ASCOUGH INTERVIEW ON WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

 

In this interview found on photo.net, the staff of the website interviews a famous British photographer, Jeff Ascough, to ask him about his career in the field. We thought this would be an interesting read.

 Jeff Ascough has been a professional wedding photographer in the United Kingdom since 1989. He has covered over 1000 weddings with a documentary photography style. Ascough emphasizes capturing the moment without any prompting or interference and using available light. American Photo voted Ascough as one of the ten best wedding photographers in the world.

Ascough's development as a wedding photographer

  Ascough: Around 1994, about five years into my career as a photographer, I started to be disillusioned by traditional wedding photography. I'm glad I first took a traditional approach, as it taught me a lot about lighting, face position, camera heights etc. However, it seemed to me I was being too intrusive on the wedding day.

  

HOW TO FIND THE PERFECT WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Here are some tips on how to find the perfect wedding photographer for the best day of your life.

Unlike the work of your other wedding vendors (music, flower arrangements, cake), photographs aren't things you can hear, smell, taste or even see at first—you don't really know what you're getting until after the fact. That means careful research and selectiveness regarding professional skills, artistic style and personal demeanor are extra-important when choosing your photographer.

Step 1: Settle on a Style
Before you begin researching photographers, you'll need to first decide what type of photography style you prefer, as that will help determine which kind of photographer you'll want shooting your wedding. Do any of the following appeal to you?