Wedding photography – developing your shot list




What shots do you need to get and how to make sure you get them all? – a special part 9 of the ‘How to Shoot a Wedding’ series – by popular demand.
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Comments 27

  1. Matt – I have watched nearly every video you have posted. Lots of hours invested…and LOTS of information obtained. I cannot thank you enough for taking the time to share your knowledge with us. The information and advice you share is invaluable.

  2. Hi, do you have a general settings for your D700 for weddings like auto ISO upto? Whats the best aperature so as not to get blurry images due to camera movement but also allow shallow depth of field? How about flash? Bounce it or try not to bother with it?

  3. Good points. Also will add, if there is a D.J. Work with him/her and not against him/her. They push the first dance cue and use lights and smoke. Talking and ask to give a window to get the first dance shots is better. Be rude and chances are, laser, smoke and every other effect will ruin your chance of finishing the shoot. Work as a team

  4. My cousin has begged me to take her wedding in October and this video has been very useful in helping me prepare – it's a long time since I've done a wedding. She still wants me to take the photos despite me telling her she should use someone who does it full time.

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