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Photography Tips – Ideas for Wedding Pictures

Photography Tips – Ideas for Wedding Pictures

Chris Giles of Chris Giles Photography gives his top tips for picture perfect wedding poses.

There are some wedding photographers who learn the art of taking a great photo, others who mimic the work of the greats. And then there are some whose photographic genius is built into them through passion, creativity, and a desire to capture the moments that last a lifetime. Amongst them is photographer Chris Giles, whose ability to blend photographic styles has made him the go-to guy for those who want picture perfect moments.

 

 

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Chris aims to translate the emotions and connection between bride and groom on their special day into tangible wedding pictures that truly express their love. With a range of wedding packages to suit all brides and groom as well as a true understanding of romance, Chris has long established himself as a photographer who can keep the memories of your special day alive.

 

 

Keep scrolling to read Chris' top posing ideas for your wedding pictures.

 

 

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1. ‘Find your background’ - Sometimes you’ll find the simplest places are the most beautiful and set a lovely, colourful scene for photos.

 

 

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2. ‘Move on up’ – The diagonal lines of stairs can add drama and intent to your wedding photos. Especially if there are more colourful aspects to the background there.

 

 

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3. ‘Get lost in the long grass’ – Country venues always have somewhere with long grass, even if you have to go looking for it. This setting gives a sense of closeness that’s hard to beat.

 

 

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4. ‘Hold on to something’ – Holding onto something nearby can add to the framing and increase the points of interest in an otherwise open space.

 

 

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5. ‘We’re so small’ – Be it the stars in the sky, a large landscape or a big open space you can add lots of drama by only taking up a small part of the picture.

 

 

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5. ‘Lost in the woods’ – Let the scenery wrap itself around you which gives you a sense of being enclosed. This allows you to have primary focus.

 

 

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6. ‘How high can you lift me?’ – Whoever has the most muscles does the lifting. Aim for as high a lift as you can!

 

 

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If you want to book Chris or find out more about his wedding packages visit chrisgilesphotography.com

 

 

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