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Teach Yourself Wedding & Event Photography

Teach Yourself Wedding & Event Photography

Teach Yourself Wedding and Event Photography will guide you through the basics before taking it further and providing you with the knowledge to set up as a professional. Discover the key shots to capture on a couple’s special day, learn how to get clients and overcome tough conditions. Master live music photography and how to document events and functions professionally. We also explore a range of the best gear available to enable you to make an informed decision about your next kit purchase, and share essential career advice that will support you along the way.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Future Publishing Ltd
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wedding   & event   photography

Taking the leap into the world of wedding and event photography is often the first step that enthusiast photographers take on their journey to becoming a professional. It can be daunting, fast-paced and high-pressured, but it is also a highly rewarding and incredibly satisfying pursuit. Once you know your camera inside out and have mastered the key photographic techniques that will enable you to take top-quality imagery, it’s time to take that jump. Teach Yourself Wedding and Event Photography will guide you through the basics before taking it further and providing you with the knowledge to set up as a professional. Discover the key shots to capture on a couple’s special day, learn how to get clients and overcome tough conditions. Master live music photography and how to document events and functions…

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inspirational imagery:   wedding and event photography

Erika Mann International Wedding Photographer of the Year 2017 Winner It’s no wonder that Erika Mann’s striking photo took home the main prize at 2017’s International Wedding Photographer of the Year Awards. While you may not have an amazing location coupled with a rainbow to work with, it always pays to think about how your location frames your subject. Don’t be afraid to experiment with epic framing such as this, where scale is emphasised by the inclusion of human interest. It stands to reason that wedding and event photography is so popular – after all, most people want a record of special moments, occasions and events in their life. For the photographer it can also be one of the most challenging subjects in the world – you don’t get a second chance to capture…

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techniques

Once you have mastered your camera and have gained the photographic skills required to shoot stand-out imagery, you might be looking for your next challenge. There is no photographic test quite like shooting a wedding or event. You must have the photographic knowledge and skills as well as the ability to think on your feet in order to succeed. Over the next few pages we’ll guide you through the basics of wedding and event photography. From scheduling your next couple and finding out what they require, to successfully shooting when conditions aren’t on your side. Discover important kit considerations, make check lists and find out how to capture the most important shots on the day. We’ve also covered key Photoshop tricks to help you produce top-class imagery. If that wasn’t enough we have…

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master wedding photography

Once they’ve mastered the essentials of light and begun to feel confident with their camera and lenses, many amateur photographers will look to wedding photography as a means of doing what they love for a living. After all, if you know what you’re doing with portrait photography, what can possibly go wrong? Well, as it happens, there’s plenty that can go wrong when you’re photographing someone’s big day. Expectations are sky high (even when the couple has assured you that they’re very relaxed about it all) and the pace is lightning fast. Any gaps in your armour will soon be found out and there’s nowhere to hide. Preparation is vital, but even when you’ve gone over everything with a fine-tooth comb the unexpected can – and usually will – happen,…

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meet the happy couple

Photographing someone’s wedding day is arguably one of the most rewarding jobs for a photographer. That said, it’s also a role that comes with a huge amount of responsibility and will really test your mettle as a competent, creative photographer. The first step on the road to becoming a wedding photographer is to arrange a meeting with the client; sadly this is often overlooked and as a result can cause problems later down the line. Before any money has crossed hands, it’s important – for your sake as well as the wedding couple’s – that you get to know them and determine what the couple is looking for. This initial meeting also gives you an opportunity to discover whether you get on well with the couple on a personal level, too,…

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wedding kit

1 WIRELESS TRIGGERS Combining these with your flashgun will allow you to create some stunning off-camera flash portraits 2 SECOND CAMERA BODY Should anything untoward happen to your primary camera, having a spare on hand will be a lifesaver for both you and your couple 3 FLASHGUN Once it starts to get darker in the evening, a flashgun will be an essential piece of kit to have 4 FAST PRIME LENS Packing a fast prime lens is ideal for capturing beautiful and romantic portraits of the wedding couple with a shallow depth of field 5 TELEPHOTO LENS Ideal for getting close to the action from a distance, particularly during the ceremony or speeches at the wedding breakfast 6 EXTRA MEMORY CARDS Pack plenty of memory cards. It’s always better to have multiple smaller capacity cards than one or two larger ones 7…

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