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Wedding photography course blog

Wedding photography course blog
Behind the scenes shot of student on a vintage wedding photography course
Behind the scenes shot of Liam with our Vintage bridal model Whitney.

During the course Liam spend a jam packed 2 days with Warren our photography principal who taught him all the insider knowledge of how to capture the best shots during a wedding.

Warren also covered composition, posing, lighting, work flow for the day, importance of choosing the right back grounds as well as camera settings, lenses, syncing cameras. backing up images etc…

Day 2 is more focused on the practical side of getting the right shots for the day so this is where Liam was able to get some great shots for his portfolio. These shots ranged from the “bride” getting ready, details shots such as the bouquet, rings, perfume, hair and make up as well as venturing out into the local area to find the right “locations” to get the best full length shots in the surrounding areas. One of the things that Liam was most surprised with is how useful a 5 way reflector is when shooting weddings as it can add extra light when there isn’t much available light or you want to improve the quality of the light.

Alongside the practicality of learning how to capture wedding photos, some insightful business advise was also covered during the training. From pricing and gaining clients to ensuring that couples sign contracts as well as the benefits of creating relationships with other wedding suppliers.

Congratulations to Liam who completed his wedding photography course with us yesterday. This was not just an ordinary wedding course. But it was totally tailored for Liam to help him attain his future business goals to be a vintage wedding photographer.

The look was created with a twist as our model Whitney did not wear a conventional white dress. Her hair boasted some large victory rolls and braided up do, with 1940’s make up that included bright red lips and beauty spot to boot. The vintage inspired look was created by Karen Chesters hair and make up artist who also styled the “bride” by adding an alternative style dress and head dress which was made using some peach lace.

Wedding photography course blog
Wedding photography course blog
Behind the scenes iPhone shot

Wedding photography course blog
Wedding photography course blog final DSLR shot

Here at TWorld Training we want to wish Liam all the best in the future with his new venture. It has been our pleasure in taking you through this journey. We are also sure you once you have edited your portfolio you will have some amazing shots from your training day.



If you are interested in taking our Wedding Photography Course please take a look at https://tworldtraining.com/product/wedding-photography-course/

Or get in touch with Warren info@tworldstudio.co.uk

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