Post # 1
Does someone have a specific shot list they could share? My photographer has asked us to provide a list of all the photos we want, like mom with me and grandparents, etc.
I’m thinking this would be easier if I could see a sample and go from there. Thanks!
Post # 3
just think of all the people you want to be photographed with in a non-formal manner. keep in mind, the longer your list, the less time your photographer has to be creative with the bridals.
be reasonable and leave enough time for what you want done….was at a wedding (i wasnt shooting) where they wanted all the bridals (and it was a 20 person bridal party) and all the list of like 50 shots with every guest, all in 45 minutes…..
Post # 4
No, but I know Real Simple has one on their website.
Other than family, I have locations as opposed to specific shots. I want it to be spontaneous.
Post # 5
There’s a great shot list at russel + hazel, just download the .pdf.
Post # 6
Thanks budgetbeautiful! I haven’t had a lot of time to check out that site but it looks like it is chock full of good information! I printed out their shot list and I think it will help me a lot!
Post # 7
WE organized ours as a list of who should be in each photo with w/ title (such as "Parents of the Bride and Groom") and then the names of those people. We put them in order so we could streamline who was running in and out of each photo. That way our photog just held the list and called out, "Okay, parents of the bride and groom are up next! Ron, Joan, Mimi and Sam over here please!" For example we got all the photos w/ parents out of the way at first so then they could leave and go back to the party.
Post # 8
keep in mind, you gotta be organised and help your photog…either have people all ready to go like above poster, or designate someone who knows everyone to gather people….it can be painful sometimes waiting for people to gather for shots