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Before the wedding day, you spend months getting to know the bride and groom. The couple has seen what you have to offer through meeting you and observing your website and is anxious to see what type of images you will produce on the big day. Here are the top 5 tips for shooting wedding photos that will assist you in the necessary preparation you need to create a successful day for the bride and groom.
1. Scout the location
Visiting the location before the wedding will make a difference in the type of images you provide to your clients. You will become more familiar with the location, the lighting, and where you will need to stand to take the right shots. When scouting, arrive at the location around the same time of day that you will shoot the wedding. This will help you see what type of lighting there is at this time of day and what equipment you need to bring. [···]