(Closed) Wedding Photographer for the Poor

posted 10 years ago in Florida Panhandle
Post # 6
23 posts
  • Wedding: June 2012

I asked two friends who are avid photographers (though not entirely professional). They are helping me as a gift. If this isn’t an option, I went to a wedding a year ago were my friend asked 8 of us that were close friends and had access to a SLR or DSLR (and one that was just a very good photographer even with a point and shoot) to take pictures.

Each of us was given a list of 8 to 10 shots were we “responsible” for. A lot of them overlapped. Some of them were serious shots like “First Kiss” or “Him seeing me for the first time” but some of them were “old people booging” and “me with a bottle of beer in my hand that I am trying to cleverly disguise.” Since we all like taking photographs and would have taken a bunch anyway, it wasn’t a big deal and didn’t feel like a burden. Besides the list, the only thing she really dictated was that during the ceremony, we sit is different areas. Most of us were from different groups of friends so it wasn’t a huge deal.  All of us actually had a really great time and really got into it, I took about 100 photos.

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