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A Shoot On Location

Nov 30, 2017

Some couples have of late eschewed having a pre-wedding shoot, partly because of a limited wedding budget and the propensity to allocate funds to actual wedding day photography. However, those who do invest in pre-wedding portraits often tell of how memorable such an experience is and how worthwhile it is to spend some of their wedding budget on pre-wedding photography.

A few tips :

  • Select a photographer who you have chemistry with and who has a style that speaks to you.
  • Consider their rates and what you can afford so as not to burst your wedding budget.
  • Have your chosen photographer suggest complementary vendors such as gown designer and makeup artist.

Selecting a location :

  • Local or interstate or overseas?
  • Setting i.e. seaside, hills, heritage locale or urban city.
  • Does the destination have iconic locations to shoot at?
  • Travel and accommodation costs.
  • Weather conditions depending on time of year.

Vineyard
Photo courtesy of SA Wedding Studio

Romantic
Photo courtesy of The Wedding Barn Gallery

Banks of a river
Photo courtesy of The Muzes

Beach
Photo courtesy of The Ace Experience

Sunset
Photo courtesy of Steven Leong Photography

Aerial
Photo courtesy of Steve Boon Photo

Icon
Photo courtesy of Shutterspeak Studio

Skyline
Photo courtesy of ShenSnaps Photography

View
Photo courtesy of Ooi Eric Studio

Sun burst
Photo courtesy of MomentoWedding

Snow
Photo courtesy of Lestony Lee Photography

Frame
Photo courtesy of DeMomentz

A unique perpspective
Photo courtesy of Dennis Yap Photography

Scenic
Photo courtesy of Click4Loves Photography

Waves
Photo courtesy of 3PM Studio

Windmills
Photo courtesy of Pixel Tree

 

Tip : Let your photographer have a free hand in crafting images based on his or her creativity and artistic flair. Have a look here.