(Closed) What were your “Must Have” pictures?

posted 7 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
699 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Any particular family groupings: ie my spouse’s cousins span almost 3 decades and are rarely together, so there’s a picture of all the cousins.

I wanted a panorama style shot.  I love these folks, but got married in Toronto: http://68photography.ca/

Do you want pictures of the details, like centerpieces, cake, programs?  Some specific DIY or detail you love?

Rough timeline type thing?  My in laws insisted we take all the family photos during cocktail hour, despite photographers and us not wanting to… so it dragged on forever!


Post # 5
1314 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2006

We don’t really do the “must have list.”  I think people who hire us trust that we are going to be there to capture the important moments of the day.  Oh course we listen to input from our clients if they have a neet idea for a photo, but a lot of that can be done on the fly during the day.  What we do like to make a list of and plan out extensively are the family formal portraits.  Despite the fact that most everyone hates actually doing them, they tend to be the most important photos to family members, and missing a combination can sometimes really upset a side of a family.  We’ve found by taking the time to really plan this part out, it eliminates potential hurt feelings and makes the process go much fast for the clients.  Have a list, check off combinations as you go along. 

The topic ‘What were your “Must Have” pictures?’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors