Photography Tips – How To Capture Great Candid Photos At A Wedding (Complete Video Version)
Today, we’ll be looking at wedding photography, and as you know weddings are full of magical moments and every bride and groom hopes their photographer will capture them on film.
Just by learning from these candid wedding photography tips you too will be able to start taking awesome digital pics, just like the ones revealed in this fantastic video…
So, here are professional photographer Nigel Barker’s Expert Photography Tips for how to shoot candid wedding photos, so don’t miss out on this unique opportunity, and watch the video now.
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* Use a compact interchangeable lens camera that is ultra-portable, light and has a compact camera body. This type of camera is superior to a standard point and shoot because of its ability to capture quality HD video and still frames.
* Try different lenses- a wide angles lens is great for a dramatic shot of an entire group or scene, where as a zoom lens is best for detailed close ups of individuals or specific objects. A zoom lens is perfect of events like weddings because of its ability to take intimate shots without invading personal space.
* Also experiment with the depth of field to draw focus to persons in the foreground of your shots. Your camera’s portrait setting can help you do this automatically.
* Try shooting continuously to guarantee your get the perfect shot.
* Shoot without the flash sometimes. A huge burst of light is not always appropriate and can ruin a moment. When you are in a low light situation, adjust your camera’s setting to a higher ISO or use the preset modes to open up your aperture. This will help you go unnoticed so you capture everyone looking relaxed and natural.
* Shoot from various angles. Simply changing perspectives will make the wedding album far more interesting.
* Include things in the foreground to create depth and dimension- shooting through the glasses and bundles of flowers at your subjects rather than always from above the table to change it up.
* Take pictures of small details like the menu, the bride’s hands or a bubbling glass of champagne that is in theme of the celebration.