There is so much to think about - your wedding dress, the wedding cake, the wedding venue, the wedding cars, what the groom is going to wear..... yes the list is endless!
But perhaps most important of all, who is going to capture that 'special day?
Choosing a wedding photographer will involve a certain amount of leg work, however professional photographers will welcome the opportunity to talk about the 'big day' and show you examples of their work.
Wedding photographers cam also be a 'gold mine' of useful information, after all they attend many hundreds of wedding and get to know the Wedding Coordinators, Wedding Limousine Hire Companies, Wedding Venues, Churches and a great deal more.
Choosing a Wedding Photographer
Not so very long ago our grandparents called in to a professional photographer's studio immediately after their wedding ceremony to have a set of very formal photographs taken. Since those halcyon days, fashions in wedding photography has changed and photographers are always looking for new angles and ideas to keep their photography fresh and interesting.
Modern developments in technology has seen the introduction of digital imaging giving the professional photographer the opportunity to provide today's bride with a vast variety of styles and choice.Phil Jones
Photo Quote: Light is my inspiration, my paint and brush. It is as vital as the model herself. Profoundly significant, it caresses the essential superlative curves and lines. Light I acknowledge as the energy upon which all life on this planet depends. - Ruth Bernhard
Societies Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 352 days to book for the SWPP Convention starting on Wednesday 20th January 2016
Wedding Trivia:WHY IT BECAME "BAD LUCK" FOR THE GROOM TO SEE BRIDE BEFORE THE CEREMONY
Until relatively recently, brides were considered the property of their father. Their futures and husbands were arranged without their consent. The marriage of an unattractive woman was often arranged with a prospective groom from another town without either of them having ever seen their prospective spouse. In more than one instance, when the groom saw his future wife, usually dressed in white, for the first time on the day of the wedding, he changed his mind and left the bride at the altar. To prevent this from happening, it became "bad luck" for the groom to see the bride on the day of the wedding prior to the ceremony.