Five Quick and Helpful Tips to Improve Your Wedding Photography

Weddings are a very difficult genre to be successful in, and it takes a lot of work to become a skilled and consistent photographer. This great video will give five quick and very helpful tips to improve your wedding photography. 

Coming to you from Cliff Mautner with B&H Photo and Video, this helpful video gives you five quick tips to help you improve your wedding photos. Of the tips, I think knowing your gear is one of the most crucial things. Weddings are quickfire successions of once-in-a-lifetime moments during which you're expected to not only take technically competent photos, but also inject your own personal brand of artistry. Obviously, you have to be hyper-focused and very quick to react, and if any of your mental energy has to be devoted to fiddling with camera settings, it'll be a serious detriment to your ability to get the shots you need. Furthermore, even that slight delay could be the difference between getting a crucial shot and missing it. Check out the video above for more helpful tips! 

And if you really want to dive into learning wedding photography, check out "How To Become A Professional Commercial Wedding Photographer!" 

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Bill Wells's picture

Cliff is one of the best wedding photographers in the nation. In one part he said "Shadow is my canvas and light is my paint", that sums up his style and that style is awesome.

Michelle Maani's picture

Even though I don't do this type of photography, I find this video full of useful tips for almost any kind of photography that involves people!