The one special day in every brides life is their wedding day. To remember this day you’ll be taking loads of pictures both at the reception and in the wedding photos. It’s important to look your best in these photos since you’ll be looking at them for rest of your life. Here are a few tips on how to take great wedding day photos.
Never try anything new on your wedding day
One thing that can destroy your wedding in pictures is something going wrong that was intended to do something right. One example would be spray on tans. If you’re going use a spray on tan make sure that you take pictures before your wedding day after you’ve had the spray on tan. They can typically make you look orange tinted in the photos.
This also includes any facials, scrubs, or lotions that you may want to use on your wedding day. It’s best to find out how your skin is going to react before trying any of these. You can try these a few weeks before your wedding or any time before your wedding and see how your skin reacts but make sure that you take photos and observe how you look in the photos.
Have a dress up day
Before your wedding make sure that you put all the makeup you going to wear on and do your hair and take a few photos. You don’t have to actually where the wedding dress since you may get makeup smudges on it. But you will need to observe how you look in the photos and the coloration of your skin to make it better makeup choice if you need to.
Pose for the camera
Although you want some fun photos of the ceremony and reception you’ll also want some serious photos as well. Take a few poses and see what is your best side in the best way for you to stand to look your best in the photos. Typically is best not to stand straight in front of the camera instead stand at an angle and look towards the camera. You can also get some tips from the photographer about ways to stand and how you should stand. Make sure you stand up straight and try to relax as much is possible. You can also take some fun photos as well that will surely bring a smile to your face when looking back for your wedding photos.