Wedding photography

Discussion in 'UK Photography' started by SLAiPS, Jan 24, 2008.

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    SLAiPS Guest

    Not long ago my brother had a wedding. On wedding certainly there was
    a photographer and take a photograph on a camera this celebratory
    event.
    For me a photo an interesting theme so I have wanted to have a talk
    with him on a subject wedding photography. I write on behalf of the
    photographer.
    I have always liked photography and so when a friend asked me if I
    would photograph their wedding I much pleased opportunity. That was
    two years ago and I have since photographed many more weddings.
    Wedding photography is probably one of the hardest and most
    constrainedly work you can do in the photography activity. Possession
    the responsibility of making the bride and groom look special and
    delivering the images you promised is hard but if you are
    appropriately prepared and stay level headed you can do it.
    First of all I decided that I needed some more education so I
    attended
    a couple of courses to improve my work. The first was not terribly
    useful so I enrolled at guilds photography course. It was difficult
    work and broken up into three part, Basic, Black and White and Color
    photography. I gained a certification at the end of this which has
    given me a great start.
    The significance of the wedding photography is supreme in a wedding.
    It would be no overstatement to state that one should look out for a
    wedding photographer with the same gusto, verve and energy as one
    would while searching for a wedding gown. The benefits here are
    innumerable.
    Black and White Photography Adds a Originality
    Digital photography in black and white is often more valued than
    color. There is a notable profundity to black and white photography
    that leaves some fancy to the viewer. It's also a great opportunity
    to
    be taken back in time momentarily to the days when life was more
    simple and imagination ruled the day. Great black and white
    photography requires a set of special skills to make it distinguished
    just as color does.
    Variety is the spice of life so the best wedding photography will
    include both black and white photography and color, digital
    photography and film.

    original article with photography:
    http://photocross-lifestyle.blogspot.com/2008/01/wedding-photography.html
     
    SLAiPS, Jan 24, 2008
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    Rob B Guest

    For a good UK Wedding (Digital) course you could do a lot worse than
    this.

    Rob.B.
    rtb2photographic
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    Rob B, Mar 9, 2008
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    Rob B Guest

    Sorry I forgot to post the link!!

    http://www.peakphotocentre.com/weddings3.asp

    Rob.B
    RTB2Photographic


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    Rob B, Mar 9, 2008
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