Learning to photograph the bride on a wedding day is an important part of being a photographer. But sometimes you don’t get lots of time for portraits so these are my tips for getting natural, photojournalistic portraits mixed in with some posed ones too!
I’m sharing my exact camera settings, lens choices, and my top 2 tips for getting better bridal portraits of your brides on the wedding day.
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To see how I edit my images in Lightroom – watch this https://youtu.be/XZUiPmTfOks
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