With the comprehensive, invaluable advice found in these illustrated pages, a bride can figure out what she wants from her wedding photography. Does she want a traditional style, or more of a journalistic feel? Will time be allotted for formal portraits of family and the bridal party? Which gowns, flowers, veils, makeup, and poses will look the best in photos?. Brides-to-be can examine every option, and learn just what they need to know about technical choices including the pros and cons of digital photography. From different packages to ordering enlargements and albums, theyall get the scoop on how to use their time wisely, look their best, get the most for their money, deal with overtime, and even tip properly.There may be an item you wear on your wedding day that has special meaning to you. ... There are some tricks you should know that can make you look better in pictures, regardless of whether ita#39;s a ... If someone were to say that you would look ten pounds thinner simply by standing a certain way, Ia#39;m sure you would jump atanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Bride's Guide to Wedding Photography|
|Publisher||:||Lark Books - 2004|