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How To Photograph Your Friend's Wedding Like A PRO [Kindle Edition]

William Cory

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Product Description

There is more to Wedding Photography than "taking pictures!" After years of working as a professional wedding photographer, and over twenty years of publishing a successful wedding planning magazine, Bill Cory takes us on a whirlwind tour of a wedding day, what it's all about, what happens, when it happens, where the photographer should be when it happens, how to anticipate the best shots, follow the current trends , and deliver a beautiful set of images.

Originally published in 2003, now updated for 2011, the amazing thing about weddings is this: Fashions and colors go through trendy changes, and equipment has become more advanced — but the weddings and receptions themselves haven't changed for decades (except they're a lot more fun for everyone than they were ten, twenty, or thirty years ago).

Modern weddings are relaxed, with a casual attitude wrapped up in beautiful formal clothing — or, not! The current trend in weddings lends itself perfectly to newcomers in wedding photography, amateurs shooting weddings for friends, and so forth. The main thing is to "be there" and shoot relentlessly — but for details about what and when to shoot, this little 80 page book will be just the ticket. Tips and techniques rarely shared by pro's fill the pages. You won't be disappointed!

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 215 KB
  • Print Length: 70 pages
  • Publisher: William Cory; Two edition (Dec 7 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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2.0 out of 5 stars Not up to date, and nothing new. Sept. 8 2012
By Chris - Published on
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I was hoping this book would teach me something new, but it didn't. It is rather out dated and still refers to film photography. I did not find anything in this book that is beyond general photographic knowledge.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Reference - Especially if You Don't Go to a Lot of Weddings Oct. 11 2013
By Pigglies - Published on
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I have been that friend before, who was asked to take photos at a wedding. This book certainly would have been helpful to have beforehand. The only issue I had with the book, was that the author often takes a very condescending tone towards the reader. If you are ok with that, the book is a good reference. Yes, it refers to film a lot and you most likely are shooting digital. However, weddings still have the same basic flow, you still want the same shots for the most part, and really, if you are considering photographing a wedding you shouldn't need this to be a guide on photography as well as a guide on wedding photography. I do agree with the author that at this point, you really should already know how to use your camera.
1.0 out of 5 stars The writing style is tedious, and if it really was updated in 2011 Oct. 19 2014
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I've only skimmed the first few chapters, but I probably won't bother with the rest. The writing style is tedious, and if it really was updated in 2011, why is there so much reference to film? I have a film camera, and I use it occasionally, but I suggest very few would photograph a friend's wedding using film.
5.0 out of 5 stars great advice for any type of photographer July 22 2012
By Larry - Published on
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having done several weddings, i realized a few things i forgot about, and a lot i had the same experinces as the book discribed. i liked the book very much and will keep it in my camera bag for reference. if you think you want to be a wedding photographer you need to read this book!
5.0 out of 5 stars Photography Knowledge Feb. 21 2014
By Michael Paschen Sr - Published on
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As a semi-professional photographer I am always looking for new and better information concerning photography knowledge and techniques. Not all books are created equal, but each one has practical information that will improve your photography.

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