I might have the opportunity to shoot my first wedding, and I was wondering if anyone could offer any tips or hints. Thanks!
Alright, really funny, hahaha....
I will be PHOTOGRAPHYING a wedding...
Best idea is have a great camera, always make sure the sun is behind you and you have the best light. It is always a good idea to make sure people are out of the way!
ak47 or maybe the old standby glok
Always carry two guns, and you can never have enough clips.
bring an extended clip, n aim for strapped up ones first!!
Use a sawed off shot gun for maximum spread. A 9mm glok with extra clips works well too. Don't go with the AK 47 though. Too bulky.
th e photos should be clear and should depict the particular moment.you should cover all the people from bride and groom side.try to take the foto of the place.
when you swing the video camera around for different pictures put hand over the lense to make editing easier and be sure you test the video camera out before the wedding like right before it to insure the sound and color are working properly. Al the still pictures should be clear precise and speak for theirselves when viewed.
I don't know but shooting at a wedding, shouldn't it be a happy day!...all the blood on a white dress.... oh my!...