Step-by-step Wedding Photography: Techniques for Professional Photographers

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Amherst Media, 2008 - Photography - 127 pages
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A no-nonsense guide that shows how to make quick, efficient work of getting beautiful, high-quality, cutting-edge, and traditional shots from the pre-ceremony through the reception, this manual offers techniques for capturing the key players and moments of the big day. Unlike other photography books that present a more theoretical or technical approach to photographing a wedding, this resource focuses on the specific steps photographers should take, streamlining their process for effective management at the wedding. A recommended time line shows when to photograph the various portrait the clients expect after the ceremony—the bride and groom, best man and groom, maid of honor and bride, couple and their parents, attendants, extended family, and others. Simple technical tips for supplementing existing light and setting up and orchestrating the many shots accurately and effortlessly are also included.

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About the author (2008)

Damon Tucci is a professional photographer and studio owner who begain working as a cinematographer and later produced commercial shots for Walt Disney. He has photographed more than 3,000 weddings and has had images published in several publications, including Central Florida Bride, Food and Wine, The Knot, and Studio Photography and Design. He lives in Orlando, Florida.

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