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While planning for wedding, photography forms an important part and one should plan well ahead for a wedding photography. It is even better to have a wedding photography easy checklist so that you do not miss out to capture those minute details which do not strike without prior planning or a checklist either.
The easy checklist for wedding photography enables a photographer to freeze all those important and silly moments in his camera. After all, all of those pictures will make you relive in your memories whenever you leaf though your wedding album. An easy checklist will also help to capture smallest of events as well as all of your wedding guests that you wish to save in a folder for the benefit of showing the photos to all of those who missed out the occasion for untold reasons.
They can even be preserved and shown to your next generation off springs as well. An easy checklist wedding photography helps you to apprehend the conventional workflow of photography. Although there could be several snaps taken during the wedding, there are a few which are must and all of such must-take pictures list should be added to the easy checklist. Also remember to show your near and dear ones to your photographer well in advance so he may plan to include their freezes in between.
Easy checklist for a bride includes the following must be taken photographs: Dressing up of the bride for the wedding ceremony with wedding dress flowing all over the room, zipping/buttoning up of the wedding gown, adorning of bride's neck with a necklace, a full-size photograph of bride totally dressed for the ceremony; full-size photograph of the bride with her parents together and separately, photograph of the bride with her siblings again separately and individually, photo of bride separately with her grandparents, ring bearing pillow and ring bearer, Maid of Honor, flower girl, and other attendants if any.
Similarly a must checklist for groom includes: Garter adorning the groom, full-size photo of the groom; with groom's parents together as well as separately; photo of groom separately with his grandparents, siblings, and groomsmen, ring bearing pillow and ring bearer and best man.
Further wedding photography checklist must include:
1. Aerial view of the entire ceremony site
2. Guests walking to the hall
3. Bride and the Groom's parents seated
4. Bridesmaids and groomsmen walking down the aisle
5. Walking of the ring bearer down the aisle
6. Walking of bride with her father towards the altar
7. Bride's father putting bride's hand into the groom's
8. Exchange of the vows
7. Exchange of rings in progress.
Easy checklist also should include the photo of the newlywed couple after pronounced as wife and husband, couple with their parents together, and photo of newlyweds with the bridal party and a close up smile faces of the couple and a close up snap of hands of the newlywed clasped tightly. At reception also, arrival of bride and groom, photos of elite guests together with the bride and groom, photo of bride and groom cutting the wedding cake and both of them feeding the cake to each other, photo of man proposing the wedding toast, music band playing, dance floor with guests enjoying and finally photo of escape of the newlyweds into the 'Just Married' car.
So have an easy checklist prepared and you will not repent you have missed out an important photograph. So follow the checklist and you will relive in memories whenever you leaf through the album pages.