PHOTOGRAPHY WITH HEART:

How to Pose for Wedding Photos
Bride's Complete Guide To Beautiful Wedding Photography

"You might not feel very photogenic and you might struggle to get your fiancée
excited about taking pictures whilst you are not too excited about it either.
That’s okay. It really is!
The only reason why I am comfortable now during photography sessions
is because I am the one behind the camera.

However, there are a few key tips and tricks that I will share with you that will make your wedding pictures look stunning, regardless how uncomfortable or excited the camera gets you.

These tips and tricks apply to both partners, so here’s a fun date idea:
take one afternoon off, unplug from any wedding drama and practice together these tips and tricks.
You will have so much fun together, and you will get closer to having those wonderful wedding pictures that you wish for!


the Author

This is a POSING guide, not a "HOW TO FIND A PHOTOGRAPHER" guide.

It's not that hard to find and book a really good wedding photographer.
But once you booked that great wedding photographer,
does that guarantee FABULOUS wedding pictures?

Surprisingly, NO!
Having a great wedding photographer is only half of the deal.
Your POSING is what makes the difference!


This is what this guide is answering:
how to hide the double chin, the skin imperfections,
how to pose your body so it looks attractive and well toned.

From posing advice to fashion clues, read all the tips and tricks that can make your wedding photography fabulous!
 
Having a great photographer is only one of all the ingredients you need for success - the rest lies in your posing.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction
Welcome! You are Now Part of The Story!

 

PART I – GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHY RULES
Posing

What about the Dress?

Veil or No Veil? Hair Up or Hair Down?

Skincare: Blade or Wax for the Wedding Day - what’s Best?

Trends in Photography: the Dreaded Bird’s Eye View

Raw Images vs. Editing vs. Content Alteration
 

PART II – KEY MOMENTS, WHAT USUALLY GOES WRONG AND HOW TO PREVENT MISHAPS

GETTING READY

Wedding Party Arrives and Gets Ready: hair, make-up, polish last details

The bride gets dressed

Solo portraits (wings, double chin, side-neck)

Photos with the Wedding Party

First Look Pictures

Couple Portraits

Family Pictures

Cocktail candid pictures

 

CEREMONY

Walking Down the Aisle

Giving the Hand

Placing the Rings

First Kiss

 

RECEPTION

First Dance

Dancing and Dinner

Cutting the Cake

Send Off

 

PART III
Legal Aspects of Your Collaboration with Your Wedding Photographer
How to Write Honest Reviews without Getting in Legal Trouble

10 Vital Criteria To Consider When Hiring a Wedding Photographer

Beyond Law, Character
 

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For information about the online and in person posing classes, contact Brubaker Arts.

 

Our photography posing classes are like dance-lessons,
but for picture taking

Congratulations on your wedding!

Working with a different photographer? No problem!

This course is available for purchase. It is a very useful tool as it comes accompanied

by the educational and fun posing classes.


 

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