Category Archives: posing

Cover Your Ass

Sometimes couples will tell you that they don’t want any posed pictures or maybe you only like to capture natural moments. In our opinion it’s worth getting a couple of safe shots to keep clients (and their parents) happy in the future. For example it’s a good idea to make sure you get one full […]

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Five Minute Posing: Couples Portraits

Ever run out of time on the wedding day for the couples portraits?  It can be really frustrating when you’re only allocated a few minutes for couples portraits, or when the timeline falls apart and everything’s running late.  But you can get some great couples portraits in just five minutes, in one location, by using […]

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Flattering posing for arms

The wedding dress industry pushes strapless dresses as they’re easier to design. Many brides/bridesmaids get caught up in the whole strapless dress conspiracy and then turn to their photographer with their arm insecurities. Whilst we at Tips For Wedding Photographers embrace all body types, I’m guessing you may have run into the bride that tells […]

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Helping your couples feel more relaxed without over-posing

Couples can have the most beautiful expressions in the world but if they have the dreaded “dangling hand syndrome” then something just feels off about the emotion in the picture. Many couples will tell you that they don’t want to be posed but then you’ll start an engagement session or a portrait session and they’ll […]

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Creating Killer Silhouette Shots

If you’re looking to create a little variety in your wedding day portraits, a silhouette can be a great addition to the lineup.  I use silhouettes during the couples portraits most often, but have also created some fun wedding party silhouettes.  The most important thing to know is: shoot into the light.  This may sound […]

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