Richard Potter s third book on Wedding Photography provides some helpful hints on the how to pose the wedding party and guests on the big day.The book tells you all about posing, including the posing rules,composition and how to make the most of your availabledepth of field, particularly when you are having to photographlarge groups inside the church or at the reception venue.There are lots of sample photographs all taken at actualweddings by the author If you are fed up of books whichinclude models photographed in ideal surroundings then youwill appreciate this book Real brides, real weddings, real venues and English weather....
|Title||:||Wedding Photography The beginners posing guide|
|Publisher||:||New Generation Publishing November 2, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||132 pages|
|File Size||:||569 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Wedding Photography The beginners posing guide Reviews
Although it rehashes information I already read about getting into wedding photography, it does provide some great examples of every day weddings with just regular people.Plus, a few other good tips on posing, and positioning yourself to take great photos.
Great book, full of useful information and plenty of examples. It's nice to see photographs of real weddings as opposed to models. I found it really useful, particulalry the information about the rules of posing and composition. Highly recommended.