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!
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