Wedding Photography Denmark
informal, photo-journalistic and detail photography Denmark
Wedding Photography Denmark
Photography is my passion. Everywhere I go, I bring a camera with me. I have my own darkroom at home where I spend many hours, processing and experimenting to produce the very best photos for the special occasions I am asked to record.
I especially love
weddings and will travel almost anywhere for them. I'll take up to 300 images during the day, both formal, posed portraits and those spontaneous eruptions of joy and fun that catch my eye.
Afterwards, I will help you to choose the images that capture your special day and advise you on the best wedding album or wedding book in which to display them. You can have colour, black and white or the currently popular sepia. Your wedding day memories will also be saved in high resolution on CD, from which you can print copies to present to family and friends.
I qualified in photography at Griffith College, Dublin and I'm a member of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. I guarantee a thoroughly professional service and will do my very best to produce the kind of wedding album you've dreamed of, the one you will be forever proud to show to family and friends, reminiscing about your day with pleasure.
They say every picture tells a story. I like mine to reflect my taste for classy and unusual images which are just that bit different.
10 Steps To A Perfect Wedding
- Plan – A good wedding plan will make the whole process go more smoothly. Start by making a list of how you envision your perfect wedding to be. Work with your fiancé to combine your ideas and make compromises when needed so that you will both have the day you want.
- Budget - A great wedding doesn’t need to go over budget. Take a realistic look at your finances and determine how much you can spend on the wedding. Prioritize your desires and try to fulfill the most important ones first. Try to find less expensive alternatives for things that are out of your price range. Be sure to leave enough money for a nice honeymoon.
- Organize – Get a notebook to use for all the wedding plans. Make tabbed sections for each item such as church, photographer, baker, caterer, reception hall, etc. You can purchase ready-made planners loaded with lots of tips. Make a written note of each conversation you have with any service provider and put a copy of the signed contract in the notebook. Follow up any oral conversations with a written email.
- Delegate – Don’t be afraid to let go of some control. Others want to help so give them jobs they can do to take some of the pressure off of you. They can report back to you with updates when needed.
- Make Decisions – You are still the decision maker so be sure to make timely decisions based on the best information you can. Some decisions need to be made early on to be effective.
- Start Early – Get the earliest possible start on planning your wedding as possible. A year is not too soon to start the basic arrangements including securing the church and hall. If you less time take necessary shortcuts. If you have more time, great.
- Go With The Flow – Understand that there are some things that will go wrong and some things may need to be different than you would like. Know that this is just one day and that good planning can overcome even obvious problems such as budget issues.
- De-Stress – Plan everything as much ahead as possible so that you have time to relax and de-stress before the big day. Plan to take the week before your wedding off. You can deal with any unexpected issues with ease and spend a day at the spa as well.
- Get Advice – Listen to the advice of parents and friends who have experience with weddings. While every tiny detail seems utterly important now, in the big scheme of things it may not be. Know that others have only your best interest at heart.
- Have Fun – All that planning will reward you with a wonderful day that you can enjoy with your family and friends. After all, the ultimate goal is to have a wedding you will love!
Make A Photography Checklist
You’ve booked a good professional photographer</a> and the wedding day is approaching. While the photographer knows how to take great looking pictures, he may not be aware of your particular specifications for pictures at your wedding. Alleviate any frustration or disappointment later by making a list of pictures you want to have taken during the day and evening.
List those pictures that you must have included in your wedding photography. If you want to have pictures taken at a special location make sure to include that on your list as well. Here are some ideas to get you started. Use these or add you specific needs to the list. Divide the pictures by area so that the photographer can be sure to get each shot.
- Bride and parents in front of fireplace
- Bride and maid of honor outside home
- Bride and bridesmaids before they start getting dressed
- Bride and bridesmaids outside
- Bride alone with father
- Bride and Groom by altar
- Bride with her parents
- Groom with his parents
- Bridal Party by altar
- Bride and groom with bride’s parents by altar
- Bride and groom with groom’s parents by altar
- Bride and groom outside of church
- Entire bridal party outside church
- Bride and groom in front of limo