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Wedding Key Shots You Simply
Can NOT Miss

Wedding Key Shots


There are wedding key shots you simply cannot miss, regardless of what style you work with, or what the particular requirements are. I don’t like to make a long list of these pictures, because every wedding is different and every photographer works in a different way.

These key shots are a guideline only. Make sure you have a nice chat with both the bride and the groom before the wedding, so that they can tell you about their requirements. It’s a good idea to ask them to make a list of all particular images they require, because in the rush of the wedding day you cannot possibly remember everything.


 

Wedding Key Shots at Home

 

  • Make up session
  • People getting ready
  • Bride maids getting ready + makeup
  • Shoes
  • The wedding dress on the hanger 
  • The groom being helped to dress up
  • The bride being kissed by her mother (it always happens)
  • Bride with father
  • Kids playing
  • The groom shaving
  • The bride dressing up
  • The bride leaving home

 

 

At the Church

 

  • The groom waiting for the bride
  • The bride arriving at the church
  • Bride being helped out of the car by her father
  • The bride being taken inside the church by her father
  • The bride meeting the groom
  • The bride and her father walking down the isle
  • Panoramic of the church inside with all the guests
  • The couple at the altar
  • Exchanging of the rings
  • The kiss
  • Parents tears and faces
  • Married couples holding hands
  • Signing of the register
  • Bride and groom walking down the isle
  • Confetti throwing
  • Formal family shots with the bride and groom (either at the church or at the venue)
  • Bride and groom leaving the church

 

 

At the Venue

 

  • Bride and groom arriving
  • Toast to the married couple
  • Faces of bride and groom during speeches
  • Cake cutting
  • The first dance

 

 

 

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