Is it worth having an engagement shoot?
2. Most couples are understandably nervous about being in front of the camera, and aren’t really relishing the prospect of having a camera pointed at them all day. The Bride & Groom shots tend to be some of the ones you will look at for years to come but just the two of you in front of the photographer is where the anxiousness is at its uppermost, so what does engagement shoot do for you? Well for a start your photographer can talk to you about posing and help you get into your own natural rhythm. No one wants to see the same pictures of the same pose over and over so and freestyling from your couple is going to help both them and the photographer. I tend to chat, a lot, whilst on the shoot as by concentrating on what i’m talking about diverts the focus from the camera and before you know, it becomes a conversation with a piece expensive glass between us.
4. You’ll have an opportunity to see how your photographer works and whether their style suits you. Obviously you would have done your research long before booking your photographer, but you have no idea what the finished article is going to look like, so isn’t it worth getting a sneak peak of what you are going to look like?
5. You want to look your best in the pictures, so why not take the opportunity to work with your hair & makeup artist. Most offer a trial run before the big day, so unless you have another special event combine the two for that extra special polish to the photo.
So who actually benefits from this? Well the answer is everyone. It’s going to help you and it’s going to help your photographer too as you’ll be familiar with each other, but most of all you have the best chance of getting perfect moments captured on one of the most special days in your life.
In addition to this, Paul is an accomplished underwater portrait photographer, producing uniques works of art.
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