In the wedding photography, it is common for the ladies to take part in a photo session that takes place on the wedding day when they are ready, dressed and arranged. The question is which photoshoot locations and film agency to choose. The location can be important and provides a framework for the photographer to play. Location can also be a way of expressing the bride's personality.
Choosing a location is not an easy task. It is ideal to choose a location that completes a concept. For example, the bride has a bell dress, a dress that 150 years ago was the queen of balls, floating on the sea of waltzes and additionally, the bride will have a high hairstyle as of the 18th century. The idea of looking for a sumptuous ballroom, in which the bride, the dress and the hairstyle are put to good use.
The location can be indoors or outdoors. An intelligent wedding photographer will keep in mind the scheduling of the season and the date of the wedding. He will avoid sitting outdoors in the middle of summer when temperatures are 35-36 degrees and when the bride will not resist to pose for more than 15 minutes. Instead, he will try to surprise the autumn colors for weddings from late September to early November.
An original wedding photographer will try to avoid the parks, where the competition draws millions of pictures of brides in the green grass.
Many locations are seemingly inaccessible, there are no public places, or it is assumed that approval is needed. From experience, we know that many of these seemingly inaccessible locations are made possible if the location is chosen early on and if relations are used. Thus, we have come to the museums, the harbor, the casinos and other "seemingly inaccessible" locations.
How to choose the location
Where is it best to make the photo session on the wedding day or before or after the wedding? We suggest that it will be exactly where you want, in the place where you will remember a memory.
Natural light? Artificial Light? There are questions I have been looking for the answer over the years. And I'm sure most photographers did the same. On the wedding day, try to use as much as possible natural light, which sometimes merges with artificial light to get some effects in the images. Sometimes, artificial or ambient light helps highlight a certain thing, it helps give a certain state or a certain drama to the image.
The most beautiful natural light for photos is the one near sunrise or sunset due to the fact that the shadows are soft, and the quality of light adds to the romantic, idyllic, intimate and warm atmosphere of the couple. But as we cannot always benefit from this light, I learned to use bright light and shadows in the middle of the day to my bride's advantage to create great shots and at the same time I learned how to use portable flash units to compensate for the light or lack of light so that you can create beautiful frames regardless of the day of the photo session or the location of the photo session. Look at this.
Choose both the location of the photo session on the wedding day and the wedding photos before and after the wedding. Depending on their preferences, by the time of day, you will choose together the right place for each photo shoot. My advice is to try to pick out original locations or to have meaning for you both for your wedding day and for your wedding photo shoot or wedding photo session.
For the wedding day, try to avoid the parks because they will be busy on weekends, you can choose the cafes, old houses, museums, etc. But for an engagement photo or a wedding after the wedding, given that time is not constrained by other events, you can also choose a location outside the city where you live or where the wedding took place,
There are brides who have a special, soulful place that has marked an important moment in their couple life, and they want some pictures in that place.