Document the extended family Wedding Photography


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Documenting the extended family

Next, we are going to take a look at a few photographs that will help us think about some issues to consider whenever we are photographing groups of people together, when we are photographing family. In weddings, family is so important. In many situations, this may be the only time that these family members are together, and as time passes, these family together photographs become more and more valuable. So let's first start off with this picture here. This is another transitional photograph, it's out of focus, it's not well composed, but again, it's important.

The bride all of a sudden noticed that some of her family members arrived, and I love her smile. I knew that there was a picture there, so you take a transitional image in order to get to the next photograph just recompose a little bit. Again, a great candid expression. And then of course, you capture the family members that are arriving, like these little guys, the kids. You know, kids at weddings are so much fun. They are d...

Documenting the extended family
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Documenting the extended family provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Wedding Photography for Everyone: Fundamentals

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