Bring in some sticky tape to help you out with your wedding photography emergencies.
Sticky tape has all sorts of uses and it is the one emergency quick fix that will really help you get things together. You will be surprised at how bad the hemming is in most of the bridal tailors’ handiwork. This is something that can look really awful in the pictures that you will be taking and you cannot afford that kind of sloppy visual on the clothes of the groom and the bride as well as the rest of the other guests attending the wedding. Sticky tape is awesome for temporary quick fixes in the hemming and you should have it ready for any kinds of emergencies that might happen that is related to clothing and hemming in particular.
Ask for a go-to person that you can consult during the wedding photography event.
The couple may not be available as you would like them to be or as they would like to be during the actual wedding. Once it starts, things will start to get crazy. That is why you will need to make sure that you are able to have preparation and foresight on your side. Talk to the bride in advance and ask if there is a go-to person or coordinator that she can appoint that you can consult with all throughout the wedding photography coverage. This go-to person will be the one that you will ask your questions to and ask for sign offs in the event of any last minute decisions that will have to be made and you can’t get in touch with the couple about to be wed directly. It is their wedding day, after all. Everyone will be all over them and they may not have time for you so having someone else to stand in as proxy is actually a pretty good plan for you to set in place.
Plan a couple’s photo shoot separately.
Wedding photography make take several days at times. This may not exactly be the engagement shoot. You will need the bride and groom in their wedding clothes posing for some pictures. You may not have that kind of luxury during the wedding day. There just isn’t enough time before the wedding. Having the couple’s photo shoot after the wedding is not really that much of an option as well because they will be too tired and it will show in the pictures. You need to schedule the shoot on a day other than the wedding day. That is the only way for something like that to work out without you being too pressured on time. Talk to the couple ahead of time though just to make sure that they are alright with this kind of setup.
Be at the wedding venue before the actual wedding day.
You need to survey the area in order for you to know exactly what you will be dealing with at some point or so. Visit the place ahead of time and bring in some practice shots one way or the other.