The difference between an amateur or let’s say one of the top wedding photographers in Udaipur is not only their perspective while framing the shot but also how they approach their task. For example, if you are taking photos of a newlywed couple who are still very much strangers to one another (they had an arranged marriage), then you must first make them comfortable. If they are not comfortable giving poses in front of strangers, then even if you are one of the best wedding photographers in Mumbai you will not be able to take good shots. You must remember that many people find it uncomfortable to stand in front of a camera therefore, it is your job to create a positive environment so that they look forward to the photoshoot.
Make them comfortable
The first part is to make them comfortable so that they can pose naturally in front of the camera. To do this you should get to know the couple on a more personal level by talking to them so that they ease up in front of you. You can ask them about their wedding planning, how they met and so on. The more comfortable they feel in the setting, the more natural and beautiful photos you would be able to take.
Customise your shots
Many wedding couples are a bit reserved and their comfort level with intimacy is not so high. Therefore, forcing them to hold hands or kiss each other is not be such a great idea. On the other hand, there are fun-loving couples who don’t mind displaying their affection for each other. Therefore, it is important to customise your shots according to the comfort level of the couple.
Most of the time, people are not familiar with different poses and you have to tell them which pose would suit them better. For this, you have to first research through various photographic magazines to identify various photography poses and then try to incorporate them in your workflow by asking your clients because they like them.
These are just some of the tips that you should follow to take great pre-wedding and wedding photos of your clients.