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Leave the photography aspects to the professionals; your job is to feel great on the day of the shoot! Here’s what you’ll have to do; simple stuff, really!


Let it shine. Photo by Tinydot Photography. Wedding of Michelle and David.

ITINERARY
Prepare an itinerary for the photographer at least a week in advance. He will then be able to plan his shots and sequences. This should include the schedule, contact detail of your wedding co-coordinator, all necessary addresses, special photography requests and things that he might have to look out for, so that he can be vigilant and plan accordingly.

BE AT EASE
Take it easy and try not to feel the existence of the camera. The best shoots are usually candid and spontaneous. Trust your photographer to do his job.

STAY TOGETHER
Stay close to your spouse, enjoy the moments together. The wedding belongs to the both of you, an anxious looking bride and groom walking down the aisle with walkie-talkie in hand is far from ideal.

STAY HYDRATED
Prepare bottles of water in the car so you and your wedding entourage can drink on the go. This is especially important if you are having an outdoor wedding. And try not to drink too much water the night before any photo shoot if you know you might get puffy eyes the next morning.




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