WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY SHOULD BE FUN!
Learn Wedding Photography Skills to Take You to the Next Level
Let’s face it. Shooting a wedding can be intimidating.This five part course is designed to teach photographers best practices for handling a variety of situations on wedding day. We will be discussing and implementing hands-on techniques for successful wedding day photography. Topics covered include shooting the details, bride and groom preparation, couple posing and composition, reception lighting, and post wedding workflow, and more!
Students will quickly develop the skills to manage and shoot a wedding with confidence. With so many moving parts in a wedding day, students will learn best practices and tools to apply to different scenarios throughout the wedding day. Topics include: tips on creating a timeline ahead of time to ensure you get all your shots, when and how to shoot the details, bridal/groom preparation before the ceremony, bride and groom pictures together, posing ideas, shooting inside a church, advice for family photos, reception coverage made easy and more. Students will learn how and when to use off-camera flash, continuous light, and natural light to accommodate successful photography throughout the fast paced wedding day.
This is a five session course meeting on Monday evenings.
- Detailed Discussion What to Know Before Your Wedding
- How to Prepare for Your Wedding
- Details: Where, When and How to Photograph
- Bride and Groom Preparation (individual shots)
- Posing and Shooting Bride and Groom Shots (together)
- Tips for Shooting Inside a Church (on location)
- Simple, Effective Reception Lighting
- Post Wedding Workflow Discussion and Tips
This 5 part course is tailored towards the intermediate photographer who is interested in learning wedding photography. To get the most out of the hands-on practice you need to know how to operate your camera in manual mode and have some off-camera flash experience. We will be using off-camera flash, continuous light, and natural light during the course of this workshop.
Lens- 70-200mm, 24-70mm, and your widest lens. Don’t worry if you don’t have these exact lenses. We can work with what you have.
All lighting will be provided by instructor
No need to bring your laptops
Bring paper and pen to take notes