Post # 1
My photographer has asked us to provide him with information on the flow of the wedding and reception as well as important shots we want him to try to get. I am confident he’ll be able to follow the wedding and capture special moments along the way, but what other shots should I ask for? I’m persuing blogs and taking notes but wanted to ask around here too. I also want to keep it simple so he’s not concentrated on checking things off the list that he misses something else, or keeps us tied up posing for too long.
What photographs are your favorites, or what do you wish you’d done in your posed photographs? What’s on your must-have shot list?
Post # 3
This photo is on my must-have list. This is my cousin and she will be my flower girl.
Post # 4
Just saw a similar thread here…
Post # 5
Hi. I have some "inspiration" images, and I would love to have my photographer take photos in similar situations.
I have an entire folder of pictures that I love and would love my photographer to take similar shots!
Post # 6
Most of the "detail" shots are already on a photogs mental list. You definitely want to make a list of all the friends and family members that he /she NEEDS to get pictures of. It’s especially important to make a list of those group shots because you don’t want the wedding to be over, get your pictures back and realize you never got a picture taken with your great-grandma from Florida- ya know? Photogs aren’t mind readers so they wont be able to tell how guests are related/important to you.
Other than that if any "different" wedding shots around the web strike you, make sure to mention it. (i.e. the trendy shoe/sock shots, blowing veil shots, jumping bridal party shots, etc.)
Post # 7
these are a few from my must haves on my computer, whenever i find some i like, i add em in there!
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