Secrets, Tips, and Inspiration for Great Wedding Photos

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If you’re a camera-toting Blurbarian with creativity to burn, chances are that you’ve been tagged by friends and family for some wedding photography. So, with prime-time wedding season underway, read on for some useful tips and great inspiration.

First stop: Photo District News and their annual wedding photography competition, Top Knots. Take a tour of this year’s winning shots and get some ideas for your own ceremonial shoots.

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What should every wedding photographer (or person hiring a wedding photographer) know? Check out this post detailing what one photographer thought about the day before a wedding shoot and be sure to take a look at her reflections on the three things she wished she would’ve done differently.

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Want a little more inspiration? Read this blog post by Tabitha, a Blurbarian who put her book together three years post-wedding (proof that it’s never too late to make your own book!). And check out this beautiful wedding book for great black and white photography. This fun book made us smile. Really love the “photo station” shots. Great way to round up casual photos and capture the mood.

Last but not least, we don’t need to tell you but a book on the ceremony, shower, rehearsal dinner, reception, and (for those of you tying the knot) honeymoon make incredible gifts and keepsakes. Also, think about making guest books with BookSmart. So much nicer and more personal to make one with your photos than buy a ready-made one.

Enjoy the wedding season, folks. Have some champagne for us!

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5 Comments

  1. I love it that your preview works so well on the blog, but is still causing serious heartburn on the *bookstore* side.

    Please fix it!!!
    Blank pages make for an awful presentation!!!
    :-(

      June 27, 2010 – 6:24 pm   Permalink
  2. Mind expanding stuff even for a professional. P

      August 3, 2010 – 4:49 am   Permalink
  3. While we are discussing about topics relevant to Blurberati Blog » Secrets, Tips, and Inspiration for Great Wedding Photos , Another of the important wedding photography tips to be aware of is to produce a “shot list” prior to going to any job. This is important to keep you organized and on track while at the wedding. The average wedding takes location over the course of a day, and with all the excitement and company of the day, it can go by faster than expected.

      January 26, 2011 – 4:14 am   Permalink
  4. Thanks for another great tip, Jackie!
    Lauren

      January 26, 2011 – 10:38 am   Permalink
  5. Photographers usually have plenty of options and photo packages for you to choose from. Packages can be as small as a handful of 8×10 photos and a handful of 4×6′s, up to 50 8×10 photos, 100 4×6 photos and a large wall piece. Regardless of how many pictures you would like, you will still have to take into consideration the length of time the photographer will be working with you.

      January 31, 2011 – 5:41 am   Permalink

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