As wedding photographers in Mumbai, we get interrogated most of all is by brides, wanting to know if there are any simple gestures they can perform that can help them look splendid in their photographs. Being such an essential aspect of their D-day, we thought we would share some points to help all the brides out there.
Hire someone who’s professional: Suppose you’re anticipating your trusted friend to forego most of the fun during your wedding because he or she will be stuck behind the camera, and second you’re giving them the mammoth responsibility of getting quality pictures from hours and hours of ceremony, with rapidly changing light and a loads of hindrances.
A professional wedding photographer knows how to work within all these– and has made the underwriting in skill and gadgets to make sure all the wedding pictures are the way they should be.
Make-up Artists: When you’re meeting make-up artists make sure you take a contemplation at their work and choose someone you are comfortable with. As far as possible, opt for your MUA to come to you (to your home or venue assigned) instead of you going to their studio on your wedding day. Not only will it be far more homelike in your own space, but you’ll also get to spend more time with your family on your wedding day. And of course, your photographer will have that much more freedom to shoot you while you’re getting ready!
Selecting your outfit
This is the single-most fundamental selection for a bride for her wedding day! Here are some important points from a photographer’s interpretation:
Colors: Make sure your décorations and overall wedding theme colors do not conflict but complement your outfit.
STYLE: You have to remember that you’re going to be spending time in it – and the happier you are with life in general while you’re in your chosen outfit, the happier you’re going to look in your pictures!
SNEAK PICS: When you’ve manifested where (designer/ store) to buy your D-day outfit (s), don’t rely only on the mirror or what the designer or their staff say. Get clicked while you’re draping–so you get an idea of what you look like in pictures. Later, it will eventually help to share the pictures with your wedding photographer so he/she knows what to expect and be mentally prepared.
Photographs you must have
Lastly, we’re suggesting a few shots which you should ask your wedding photographers to capture.
Ring Shot, Flower bouquet, Wedding Invitation Card, Bridal Jewellery, Groom’s sherwani, Shoes of Bride and Groom, Hair make-up of bride, Bride with bride-mates, Groom with cousins and friends, Pre-Wedding shoot for digital invitation cards, portraits of parents, hands filled with Mahendi, bridal and groom shower.