5 TIPS FOR GREAT GROOM GETTING READY PHOTOS!

July 16, 2017  •  1 Comment
"Wedding photography tips for groom getting ready"It's about the groom too!Groom getting ready photography tips

Traditionally, the role of the bride is more predominant than that of the groom when it comes to overall wedding preparations. The bride’s preparations and getting ready has a lot of content but that does not imply that the groom’s getting ready shots are in any way less important.

There are two people joining together hence they both deserve an equal representation as possible. There is an immense scope of capturing his wedding day attire right from his clothes to his accessories and the related emotions. After all, the fond memories of the wedding day need to be preserved for both the bride and the groom and it should be available to both of them whenever they want to sit together and reminisce about those moments.

We lay great amount of importance to this fact and have thus captured our brilliant grooms while they were getting ready for their BIG day.

Here are few tips to create some great groom getting ready:

IDENTIFY THE CLOSEST PEOPLE

Find out who are the people closest to the groom are so that you can capture the intimate moments with those people during groom’s prep.

Photo by: Rohan Mishra Photography (www.rohanmishraphotography.com) Also, ensure that someone close is available to help the groom during his getting ready session.
CREATE A STORY FOR THE ALBUM

Direct the groom in the order we need to design the layout for the albums.
Start with the regular ones like buttoning the shirt, buckling the belt, getting the shoes one, etc to warm up and start thinking creatively after you are done with the safe shots!

Photo by: Rohan Mishra Photography (www.rohanmishraphotography.com) LOOK FOR THE BEST LIGHT

Look for Natural light when possible and pose the groom strategically to get different looks.

Photo by: Rohan Mishra Photography (www.rohanmishraphotography.com) TRY DIFFERENT ANGLES

Experiment with different angles and point of view to get some creative shots!

DON'T HESITATE TO TRY ARTIFICIAL LIGHT

Try flash or video light to get that dramatic effect.

Photo by: Rohan Mishra Photography (www.rohanmishraphotography.com) BONUS TIP: Always remember that, just a little bit more time spent with the groom goes a long way, and sets us up for a great compilation of images throughout the day.


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Patsy C. Badger(non-registered)
Just spanking tips . It's very effective and informative . Keep continue sharing such useful post , thanks .
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