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Tips to great photographs at a wedding

One of the biggest jobs for any wedding is the photographer. That person is tasked to chronicle the events during that day by taking pictures.  They are not just given the job of taking pictures of that special day.They also have the task of making it magical.Or at least every photographer should keep that in mind.So here are some words of advice for you to be able to make weddings magical.

First of all as a San Diego wedding photographer one of the best pieces of advice is to try and have the wedding shots during the best lighting.Now what time do we consider the best for taking wedding photos.That can be a subject of debate.But the time that most photographers agree on to take a good shot is early morning.Although it is also nice to capture photos on a late afternoon.  That way you don’t get the sun when it is highest.This will enable you to capture quality photographs.

Second as a San Diego photographer, I make sure to know the schedule of events.It is important to have the knowledge about the flow of events.This enables the photographer to capture as many photos as he would like during the event.  By knowing when things are happening a photographer can anticipate shots.Not only the portrait shots but also the candid ones.Most of the time, candid shots are those that would really reflect the special moments that happened during that day.

Finally doing event photography in San Diego you should always be prepared. They should see to it that they bring with them extra films or memory sticks.They must make sure that they carry a spare camera all the time. All mechanical equipments that have the ability to go bonkers especially during important events must have a backup.  The last thing you want to have happen as the photographer is something breaking.It would be a horrible thing to miss capturing special moments in the wedding if one of your equipments break.The generel rule is to be always prepared.  If you do that you should have no problems capturing that special day.

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