1. Ample Lighting
The secret to amazing photographs for your special day is the lighting. An abundance of lights should be ensured for any event, while avoiding certain harsh lights like a 'spot light'. We recommend incorporating lights in the wedding decor. This reduces the number of visible light bulbs and gives your event a subtle, yet illuminated environment to get the photos you desire.
2. Best Time of the Day
The best lighting for portraits or candids is the natural light. The time from late morning to noon is ideal for this purpose. One should avoid getting clicked at noon with an overhead sun. Even if your outdoor event is scheduled around noon, you can ensure enough shade is present.
3. Multicoloured LED Lights - A big NO
The use of multicoloured LED lights has rapidly increased in events, given the cost and colour they emit. However, these LEDs should be avoided. They give the decor of the event, a green, red, blue hue, making it difficult to get a good and authentic colour in photographs.
4. Dress Code
The brides as well as the bridesmaids should go for easy-to-carry outfits. The photographs will come out great if you are genuinely comfortable in your clothes. Very heavy bridal lehengas or gowns tend to weigh you down and you might struggle to walk about with your Mr. Right.
5. To Pose or not to Pose?
The times have gone, when the bride and groom were asked to awkwardly pose for photos. No one wants that. All you have to do is act natural, smile and enjoy your day with your family and friends. Let us worry about the clicks.