Wedding Photography HELP!!

June 02, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Every wedding venue has its own rules when it comes to photography. Church weddings are the where I find there can be some very strict procedures. The worst case scenario is no photograph at all during the service. I am pleased to say this is very very rare. One up from this is photography but only from the back. This is no issue for me as I can still capture key moments of the service by using different lenses.

The image below from a wedding in May 2015 was taken from the back of the church. I always introduce myself to whoever is taking the service before guests arrive. Its a great ice breaker and from that chat I can judge how far I might be able to push it if need be! I very rarely use flash during the service.

The best case scenario which is becoming more popular is to be able to capture what I wish and move around freely. Being conscious of my surroundings and guests is my number one objective. The less I am noticed the better and the more emotion in the images.

All other venues I find are much more relaxed and more often then not the only rule I come across is not to photograph the actual signing of the register.

Please look out in the next 7 days for more images from this May wedding where I was told to stay at the back of the church.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding you wedding

Church Wedding PhotographyChurch Wedding PhotographyEvery wedding venue has its own rules when it comes to photography. Church weddings are where I find there can be some very strict rules. The worst case scenario is no photograph at all during the service. I am pleased to say this is very very rare. One up from this is photography but only from the back. This is no issue for me as I can still capture key moments of the service by using different lenses.
These imagefrom a wedding in May 2015 was taken from the back of the church. I always introduce myself to whoever is taking the service before guests arrive. Its a great ice breaker and from that chat I can judge how far I might be able to push it if need be! I very rarely use flash during the service.
The best case scenario which is becoming more popular is to be able to capture what I wish and move around freely. Being conscious of my surroundings and guests is my number one objective. The less I am noticed the better and the more emotion in the images.
All other venues I find are much more relaxed and more often then not the only rule I come across is not to photograph the actual signing of the register.
Please look out in the next 7 days for more images from this May wedding where I was told to stay at the back of the church.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding you wedding


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