Post # 1
So, technically we haven’t seen them yet. We just did them on Saturday and our photographer said he’d need a week or so before they’re ready but the session itself- LAME. I love our photographer and I know my pics will be great on the day of the wedding but the poses he made us do on Saturday were so…. cookie cutter. I feel like those cheesy couples already in the frames when you purchase it in the store. I wanted him to be a lil more artistic, so to speak. We didn’t do a single candid shot.
Ah well, but ladies make sure you speak up about what you want! Instead of bein’ bummed and complaining after the fact, lie moi… lol, at least I learned!
I’m thinking since we did the summer-ish photo’s as part of the package with him maybe we can do winter photo’s with a different photographer? Is that cheating? Lol
Post # 3
Not cheating at all!! LOL! Definitely pull up some inspiration photos and show them to him before the wedding. If you know he’s a good photographer, then all he needs are a few ideas and you’ll have GREAT pictures!
Post # 4
Awww, I’m sorry you weren’t 100% happy with how it went. Cheer up, maybe he’ll do some kick-ass post production editing and make ordinary into extraordinary.
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
I’m sorry. 🙁 This is literally one of my recurring dreams! I guess you’d better be more forceful with what you want when it comes to the wedding. That’s so frustrating!
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2010 - Kindred Oaks, Georgetown
That’s what I’m scared is gonna happen when we take ours. I really want them to seem natural. Although it’s such an unnatural situation I may just be hoping for too much…haha.