According to Wikipedia, the definition of Wedding photography is “the photography of activities relating to weddings. It encompasses photographs of the couple before marriage (for announcements, portrait displays, or thank you cards) as well as coverage of the wedding and reception.” However, photographers have a deeper meaning to it. Weddings are the most special occasion every photographer looks forward to because they just doesn’t get pictures of the couples and the ceremony; they also get to witness the real joy and happiness of the people around it.
That is the reason why photographers have their own style and tricks in taking wonderful images during this specific occasion. They wanted to give their best shot since it’s a once in a lifetime event, and of course, they want to give the couples something that they can remember throughout their journey as a couple.
Most photographers use Lightroom presets for portraits and weddings as it contains unique color adjustments which makes an image more outstanding and perfect. These presets can be used to one or more images in just a few clicks.
Basically, there are a lot of tips on how to take the best wedding photography, but in this article, we will only talk about the top three wedding photography tips for amateurs:
Balancing Shutter Speed
Do you have any idea on what shutter speed to set without taking hazy photos? The first thing every photographer should do to avoid blurring the image is to hold the camera as still as possible and press the capture button lightly. Sounds very easy, right? But yes, it is easy.
In some cases wherein the photographer’s hand is naturally shaky, they can use this other tip; using of tripods. It is the only way to get clear shot during the special ceremony.
Are you familiar with one of the settings of your camera called ISO? Well, according to experts, ISO is the level of light sensitivity of your camera. As the number of ISO increases, the higher sensitive it is to light in your camera.
As what most photographers say, Aperture is one of the most important settings in every camera. That’s also the reason why they regularly change the lens of their camera to have a better aperture shot. Check this link for more tips on Lightroom presets for portraits and aperture tutorials.