Have a strong framing game
You need a strong framing game on if you would like to gain success as a Cheshire wedding photographer. Framing is one of the most basic things that you will need to learn about as an amateur photographer and one of the first few principles that you need to master and tuck tightly under your belt as a professional wedding photographer. Sometimes, even the most ordinary and mundane photos can take an interesting turn for greatness if you get to put it in the right context and if you incorporate great framing into it as well somewhere along the way.
Make it a point to get your framing game on point as much as possible.
Make use of all of the substantial lines that you can get your hands on in the scenes that you are shooting. It can turn out to be anything or everything from the line of trees in a garden shoot to the towering columns in a church cathedral, or even the actual cathedral’s door. The thing is, anything that can resemble the makings of a line should do well enough for your framing if you know how to play your cards right.
Closeup shots are the money shots for every wedding photographer.
The closeups are the things that the clients will be looking out for the most and this is why wedding photographers in general are always quite keen on making sure that they get as close to the subjects of their photos as much as possible, whether they are shooting pictures of people or of inanimate objects. This is what you should be aiming for as much as possible as well. It can be tough though. There will be times wherein you will not be allowed to be right next to the couple all of the time, particularly during the wedding ceremony, and that is something that you should really do something about when it all comes down to it. Even if you are asked to keep some kind of distance, you still need to make sure that you get to keep up with the closeup shots. A telephoto lens can nicely put things in perspective for you and help you get the job done the right way at the end of the day.
Adjust to religion
Even if you are not the type of Cheshire wedding photographer who is quite keen on religion, your clients might be and you might need to adjust to that. Here’s the thing, there are literally thousands and thousands of religions in the world. There is always the off chance that you will encounter something that you aren’t really all that familiar with or accustomed to seeing and this can be a bit of a problem. However, it will only be a problem if you see it and make it like so. Be open to possibilities and try to take things as they go along and things should pan out pretty easily for you in the long run. You are not in a position to judge. You are there to shoot a wedding. Keep it that way.