How to feel confident in front of the camera on your wedding day

How to feel confident in front of the camera on your wedding day Credit: www.darklemoner.co.ukQ – We’re both a bit camera shy and are feeling anxious about photos on our wedding day, but also want a lovely album to look back on. Can you offer us some advice?

"There are many styles of photography to consider when choosing a wedding photographer. Some of these can be quite formal and require you to pose in front of the camera. A style that may be better suited to you is reportage or documentary. These capture events as they naturally happen, letting the story of your day unfold in a sort of guest’s view. I believe that this type of photography is perfect for people who feel awkward in front of the camera as it’s done in a less intrusive way. It captures the joyful moments and natural smiles of the day without needing to be staged and everyone looking at the camera.

"Your wedding should be about having a great time, and your pictures should reflect that."

Stacey Jackson 
Photographer 
www.darklemoner.co.uk

 
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