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Introduction to Wedding Photography

A Guide to Photographing the Big Day

Lorna Yabsley

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David & Charles
17 July 2012
Introduction to Wedding Photography provides the blueprint for the perfect wedding: detailed information on how to shoot it and a stunning portfolio of inspirational photographs. Showcases the very best, most up to date wedding styles with a compelling selection of classic and innovative weddings photographed by one of the UK's leading wedding photographers. Includes sample shoot lists and indispensible technical advice. Covers the whole process from attracting and meeting clients to post-production, album design and presentation.

|An Introduction to Wedding Photography is the complete guide to producing stunning photographs of the perfect wedding. Packed with exciting and original images, it will inspire you and give you the skills to cover the big day. Top wedding photographer, Lorna Yabsley guides you through the best approaches and techniques, as used by professional photographers. Having built her successful career as a photographer using unconventional reportage style, Lorna is well-placed to inspire and enthuse fellow photographers to raise your game and learn how to produce images like the pros. An Introduction to Wedding Photography provides the blueprint for the perfect wedding: Understanding weddings all of the essential skills required when starting out, exploring different types of weddings, different styles and approaches. Securing the commission tips on getting your wedding photography business established, promoting yourself, and arranging a consultation with your first couple. Planning the day making a detailed plan, considering the sequence of events, reconnaissance of the wedding venue, tips for lighting and bad weather contingency plans. The big day approaches and tips for all the shots on the big day, from the groom, best man and ushers to the bride at home shots before the ceremony, the ceremony itself, and the reception; detailed examples of shooting children, large groups from hens and stags to the whole wedding party, photographing cake cutting, speeches, the first dance and the couple leaving. Post-production top tips for editing and processing your final images, with advice on RAW and JPEG files. The finished collection presenting the wedding photographs to clients and securing their order. Tips on developing your product range and what to charge. The wedding photographer's toolkit and techniques helping you decide on which camera, considering sensor, megapixels, lenses and accessories. Before and after the wedding day shots ideas from engagement portraits and boudoir shots before the wedding day to bumps and babies shots after. Lorna offers expert guidance and professional tips on every aspect of a typical wedding day, her fresh and innovative approach to wedding photography will give you the confidence to shoot the perfect wedding day with ease.

|Introduction to Wedding Photography provides the blueprint for the perfect wedding: detailed information on how to shoot it and a stunning portfolio of inspirational photographs. Covers the whole process from attracting and meeting clients to post-production, album design and presentation.
By:   Lorna Yabsley
Imprint:   David & Charles
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 240mm,  Width: 240mm,  Spine: 12mm
ISBN:   9781446302583
ISBN 10:   144630258X
Pages:   160
Publication Date:   17 July 2012
Audience:   General/trade ,  Professional and scholarly ,  ELT Advanced ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified
Introduction Understanding Weddings Securing the Commission Planning the Day Wedding Photographer's Toolkit The Big Day Part 1 - before the ceremony Part 2 - the ceremony Part 3 - the reception Post Production Troubleshooting/common mistakes

Lorna Yabsley began her career modelling but soon moved to the other side of the camera and set up her portrait studio. She pioneered the `reportage' approach for bridal work and quickly became one of the most sought after wedding photographers in the UK, creating a style that has been widely emulated. www.lornayabsley.com

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