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Say cheese!

So much of the wedding day will be fleeting with the cake, the flowers, the music but the photographs will live on forever. You owe it to yourself (and your grandchildren!) to do everything you can to make them fabulous. Looking at a few highlight galleries of weddings from each photographer to get a sense of their quality and style would be helpful. As photos are reviewed, key moments to capture at the wedding must be considered. One must know about what's included in the standard package, plus any additional fees. In particular, find out how many hours of shooting are included. Most packages include about eight hours and cover everything from getting ready to the end of the reception. Larger studios may have more than one photographer on staff, and depending on the contract, the lead one may not be the one shooting. Online reviews are great, and that should be part of the research along with getting reviews from previous client or two. Once the photographer is chosen, a contract is signed that has everything from the date of the wedding and the hours they' ll cover to postproduction work and the final product. A prewedding photoshoot kills many birds with one stone. It's a great opportunity to get comfortable with the photographer. A few photos of yourself that you think you look amazing it can be sent to the photographer, so he' ll know how you want to look on your wedding day. A pretty smile will radiate with pearly whites. The brighter smile gives
more confidence. Though it sounds a little funny practice makes perfect, even when it comes to the smile. Being natural is great which means be comfortable with your smile and own it.

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