If you’ve ever photographed a wedding, you know that it’s a stressful undertaking.
Not only are you charged with getting great photos, but you also have to do all the “behind the scenes” things that make it more likely for you to get the top-quality photos that the happy couple expects.
That means being on top of your game on the big day.
The problem, of course, is that with so much going on and so many people involved, it’s easy to let things fall through the cracks.
With that in mind, I’ve put together four tips from the pros that will help you tackle wedding photography in a way that makes you – and your images – more successful.
Tip #1: Keep Your Friends Close and Your Gear Closer
In the hustle and bustle of the day of the wedding, you need to be locked and loaded and prepared for anything.
That means you can ill afford to be rummaging through your camera bag, nor can you afford to constantly switch from one camera to the next.
That means you need a way to keep your gear easily accessible and organized, right within your reach.
But how do you do that?