6 Wedding kiss tips for great photographs
Wedding kiss tips for great photographs: To start with let’s get this clear. The article is not a lesson in kissing.
The article is about suggestions on how to could go about getting beautiful, emotion filled and romantic wedding kiss photos.
I take it, all or at least most wedding couples will have kissed each other by their wedding day. Not many would have kissed in front of crowds of people, i.e., families and friends.
Kissing in front of crowds can be a daunting experience for some, especially kissing in public and on demand/request.
I hope this post will help answer questions you may have on the wedding ceremony kiss.
We have seen a difference in the photos of the wedding couples we have share with these tips, compared to the ones we haven’t.
•Relax – Everyone at the wedding knows its part of the wedding ceremony for the bride and groom to kiss at some point.Keep the focus on each other and enjoy the moment.
•Take a step closer to each other – Avoid leaning in for the kiss as if you were kissing a stranger. Move closer and use your arms to hold your partner close, as lovers do.
• 3seconds Kiss – Kiss for at least 3 seconds. The longer kiss enables the photographer to capture the moment as well as you enjoy the kiss for a bit longer.
• Keep holding each other as you are finishing the kiss and look you partner in the eyes. Take a moment and reflect on the importance of the milestone you have both achieved.
• Give each other a hug like it’s your last hug.
• Do something fun – Dip your bride or lift her. Fist pump into the air or something, get creative.
In conclusion, I would like to say. Don’t feel rushed, because it’s your day and you control the pace.
Take in every second and have fun on the wedding day.
Photographs and videos will only show what happened on your wedding day. What they will not show is how you felt at any given time.
So experience your wedding day and capture these feelings and emotions, and let your photographer and videographer capture the moments.
These moments will, in turn, remind you how you felt at that particular wedding moment and time in the photograph.
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