The Importance Of Dusk Lighting In Wedding Photography

Author’s Intro: This is a guest post written by Nada Ljubinovic. Nada is an amateur photographer, who enjoys sharing her ever developing skills and knowledge on all photography related topics. Nada’s most recent interests include wedding photography. Connect with her on Google+. Wedding photographers have a significant day ahead of them. Their mission of the day is to attend and shoot a lovely wedding and ensure to leave behind the wedding photos that will last well beyond today. But let’s not forget the other wedding attendees. As much as it is about the bride and groom, this special day is also about their friends & guests and how their presence adds to the special moments that will be cherished for years to come. It all sounds great, the scene is set, everyone is having a great time and then the photographers’ nightmare starts to creep in as they notice the…

Wedding Photography Equipment — Ideal Lenses For Wedding Photographers

Author Intro: Michael Rae is a blogger/photographer for Creative Wedding Photography, a company that offers one of the finest wedding photography in Stockport, Cheshire and Manchester. So you’ve finally got that big wedding photography assignment you’ve been waiting for. The excitement is building up and you are getting all set to go and take some amazing pictures. This could be the one big event that you can add to your portfolio. However, there’s always one question that holds you back. What are the ideal lenses you need to carry to take spectacular wedding photos? One thing you need to keep in mind is that there is no “perfect wedding kit”. In fact, every photographer has his or her own set of lens that they carry for wedding photography. Wedding photography is a special combination of different types of photography; architectural photography, portrait photography, fashion photography, macro photography and family photography…