Jose Antunes: Wedding Photography – A Pocket Guide
There's a day when even the most creative photographer feels he has no ideas. And if he or she are doing weddings professionally, they shiver when faced with the idea of posing bride and groom, again, as they did hundreds of times before.
There's a discovery to be made here and it will be clear to if you've ever been a frequent visitor to hairdresser's saloon. There are usually dozens of hair styling magazines at hairdresser saloons, and while customers do browse through them, they're there for other reason: when there are no clients to tend, hairdressers browse through pages showing different hairstyles, to get new ideas.
Wedding photographers should do the same. A starting point can be this eBook: Wedding Photography Posing Guide. In the 256 pages eBook, with 525 inspiring images, you'll find lots of information that will help you to be a better wedding photographer. And you can take it everywhere with you in your iPad or any eBook reader, and have a quick look at some suggestions if you feel you need inspiration.
Here are some of the things to learn:
• Basic Posing Techniques with a step by step guide.
• How to pose larger people.
• Creating dynamic group shots that your couples will love.
• Setting Expectations.
• Developing a Connection with you clients to put them at ease.
• Finding good light.
• The Wedding Day from Bridal preps to the first dance.
• Hints and Tips and Mistakes to Avoid.
• Shadows and Reflections by David Beckstead.
• Complexity in Composition by David Beckstead.
• Posing and Personality by Chuck Arlund.
• Workflow and Photoshop by Michael O'Neill.
• Posing Hands Gallery by Andrena Douglass.
• Off Camera Flash by TriCoast.
• The DQ Approach by Dave and Quin Cheung.
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