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Photographing the first wedding is a crucial decision for the person who wants to get into this business. A lot of concerns are there which one need to keep in mind from the beginning till the end of the event. Simply clicking the images of the couple is not all. Various technical aspects are there which one need to keep in mind for better results. Through this article, we'll discuss on some of the useful tips for wedding photographers in Vancouver. Check out the tips. A written plan is very much important for every task. In the same way, one is first required to prepare a shot list to let the couple to think about the shots which should be captured during the event. Another essential tip is to scout the whole location. Visiting different locations of the places which one is shooting before the big day will be helpful in several ways. This will make one to understand different arrangements including entry, exit, light arrangements, direction of light, equipment place and much more. Of course, preparation is required to click beautiful images without any hassle. For wedding photography in Vancouver, the amateur photographers are required to have their camera batteries fully charged, chargers, memory cards blank, itinerary for full day and much more. Another thing to keep in mind is to set expectations with the couple. The photographer is required to show their work style to the couple so that they can make the decision about the number of shots and other things to be recorded in the big day. Other than clicking the face of the couple or guests, an amateur photographer is required to focus on other small details of the big day as well. Back of the dresses, photograph rings, table settings, flowers, shoes, menus and much more can give extra dimension to the album.
Yes - that van was full! Then the long drive to Halifax. George and I napped in the car while Mike drove. I was so tired! And seemed so funny to drive down some of the roads that we had just covered on a bike. We even passed TWO quilt shops and I didn't say a word! We dropped George off where he had parked his truck in Halifax and then back to the airport. Mike and I put our bikes on the FREE luggage carts (thanks Halifax Airport) and got to the elevators - he was going to US - me to Canada. We got in separate elevators without saying good bye. Ooops - he was going to third floor - me to the second. Oh crap - well I'll try to find him once I get rid of my luggage. As I was standing in line, Mike found me to say good-bye.
For some reason, I had in my head that my flight was at 7 PM, but when I checked the paperwork - nope - 5:40 or something like that - so that was a bonus. As I am sitting at the gate - I notice that the flight is delayed. Crap - I have a connection to make in Ottawa. Then I look a bit closer - no that isn't even my flight. Turns out there were TWO flights to Ottawa about 1 hour apart (?????) The plane for the first flight had been hit by lightening and they were checking it out thoroughly. Needless to say - I could have made money by selling my seat, but I didn't! The gate for our flight was changed. It was a big confusing for everyone. A major switching of seats - I was asked to switch my seat before we got on so a couple with a baby could sit together. No problem - I got to move up one row.
Then on the plane, two sisters were apart and the lady made such a big deal about it (she was RUDE and annoying because she had to put her OWN luggage in the over head bin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!). Anyway - I switched seats and again moved up one row. Then another couple wanted to switch seats (all this happens because people DO NOT do the on-line check-in. I offered my seat again - I could have moved up 5 rows, but this other couple that seemed to be together, but turns out they weren't or they were having a major fight! I stayed where I was. The hostess thought she had a seat for me right at the front - but that didn't work out! Normally I like to watch the take off but I don't remember a thing. I was asleep and woke up to the beverage service. Landed in Ottawa and made the connection to Toronto and got to sit in the front row (behind the business class). Then got my luggage home and I was home. Sat around and caught up with the news at home before crashing. Although it is exciting to go away, the best part of the trip is coming home. My girls were certainly happy to see me - the four legged ones and the two legged one too.