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Click Of A Shutter

Jan 02, 2018

For couples tying the knot, the click of a shutter by their chosen photographer captures a moment in time on their special day. Hiring a skillful specialist with sufficient experience is therefore paramount as the images captured document this milestone in life.

Father and bride
Photo courtesy of MomentoWedding

A beautiful day
Photo courtesy of ShenSnaps Photography

A beach wedding
Photo courtesy of Armadale Weddings

Parents veiling daughter
Photo courtesy of Click4Loves Photography

Wedding rituals
Photo courtesy of Grant Corban Weddings

Success in getting his bride
Photo courtesy of The Muzes

Characteristics of a good wedding photographer :

  • Pays attention to detail.
  • Constantly aware of the happenings around him.
  • She nurtures good rapport with clients, their wedding party, family and friends.
  • Punctual.
  • Captures the necessary images that are prerequisites of a complete album.
  • Keeps tabs on latest trends.
  • Delivers photos as per agreed schedule.

Photo courtesy of Lestony Lee Photography

The bridal party
Photo courtesy of Stories by Integricity

The guys had to make a pitstop
Photo courtesy of Dennis Yap Photography

A close up of the bride
Photo courtesy of Awesome Studios

A quick portrait
Photo courtesy of The Wedding Barn Gallery

Photo courtesy of SA Wedding Studio

A few suggestions :

  • Secure the services of your preferred photographer by paying a deposit once you have decided on the appointment.
  • Keep an open line of communication with your photographer so that she is kept in the loop should there be changes in the schedule of events.
  • Appoint a point person that he can refer to on the wedding day.

The groom arrives
Photo courtesy of Shutterspeak Studio

Wedding banquet
Photo courtesy of Steve Boon Photo

The newlyweds
Photo courtesy of Steven Leong Photography

Photo courtesy of Ooi Eric Studio

Jubilant newlyweds
Photo courtesy of 3PM Studio

First dance
Photo courtesy of Pixel Tree


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