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Planning Ahead To Get The Perfect Shots

Planning a wedding is no easy task, it is afterall a milestone in life and a momentous occasion indeed. From the ROM to the exchange of vows on your wedding day and the reception thereafter, there is much to be done, and capturing these moments as a keepsake is just as important as experiencing them. 

SOP compliant vows
Photo courtesy of Momento Wedding
Signing on the dotted line
Photo courtesy of Dicson C Photography
Signing the register
Photo courtesy of Steven Leong Photography
Akad nikah
Photo courtesy of Sunnysan Photography

The artistry and experience of a professional wedding photographer is ultimately the best choice to document this special day in your life. By planning ahead and providing the necessary input, your chosen photographer will have a clear idea of what you expect of him or her, while also placing emphasis on his or her stylistic leanings. 

A peek
Photo courtesy of The Cross Effects

Indeed, a camera is only one component in capturing a perfect photograph. The person behind the lens, someone who has a keen eye and the necessary aptitude and experience, is just as important.

Traditional fetch-the-bride
Photo courtesy of Kane.CY Photography
The bride and parents
Photo courtesy of Ace Of Films

An experienced wedding photographer doesn’t only take shots, she is someone who also knows when and how to capture perfect moments on your wedding day.

A teary eyed groom
Photo courtesy of MOCO: Moments Of Cherished Occasions
A cute take
Photo courtesy of Cliff Choong Photography

By having been part of numerous nuptials, he is able to anticipate, a skill very much needed in order to document the split second emotions that often come to the fore during the exchange of vows for instance. 

Garden wedding
Photo courtesy of Aplind Yew Production
Much joy
Photo courtesy of Armadale Weddings
Exchange of rings
Photo courtesy of Akmalphotoworks
Unveiling the bride
Photo courtesy of Ooi Eric Studio

More importantly, the camera captures  what your eyes sometimes cannot see. It is unrealistic for a couple to fully experience and be part of every instance on their wedding day. The interaction between family members and friends, the moment when a guest becomes emotional, these and many more such situations can be documented by a professional photographer. 

A wave
Photo courtesy of NWorks Photography
A destination wedding
Photo courtesy of Grant Corban Weddings
The bridesmaids look on
Photo courtesy of Light Feather Studios

Suffice to say, it’s wise to allocate a portion of your wedding budget in securing the services of a photographer whom you feel comfortable with and whom you can place your trust in. 

Tip: Stay up-to-date with our vendors to capture the most memorable moments of your special day.

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