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Download Photography PDF: Wedding Photography Checklist

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On October - 26 - 2016

Download Photography PDF - Wedding Photography Checklist

Download Photography PDF - Wedding Photography Checklist

You’ll want to remember every part of your big day. Print this list for your wedding planner. Feel free to personalize this list with your own special requests.

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Tips and Ethics to Abide By when Photographing Weddings

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 5 - 2016
Tips and Ethics to Abide By when Photographing Weddings

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Marriage is a sacred event. It not only involves religious ceremonies of the wedding couple, but in many cultures, the wedding party upholds certain customs and traditions.

Many different contingents are involved in the joyful day. Service providers (vendors) work hard in achieving a certain theme and atmosphere the wedding party wishes for. Among them, the photographer has the role of documenting the joy and beauty generated on the blissful day. Essentially, everyone shows and does their best in creating a most memorable event.

Sometimes, the beauty of the event is damaged by service providers who put their egos above all else; not aware of how certain sanctities during the event should not be disturbed. Every aspect of every element of the wedding event should remain picturesque. Therefore, there needs to be a respectable level of understanding between the service providers.
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