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Digital Wedding Photography For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-470-88736-3
320 pages
March 2013
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Introduction 1

Part I: Getting the Big Picture: Becoming a Wedding Photographer 7

Chapter 1: The Wide-Angle View of Wedding Photography 9

Chapter 2: Basic Photographic Equipment and Know-How 21

Chapter 3: Understanding Lighting and Composition Techniques 45

Chapter 4: Capturing a Wedding’s Excitement and Emotions 65

Chapter 5: Exploring Photographic Styles 83

Part II: Lights, Camera, Action: Capturing the Wedding Day 95

Chapter 6: Preparing Your Gear and Yourself 97

Chapter 7: Shooting Scenes to Frame the Wedding Story 107

Chapter 8: Herding Cats (Also Known as Shooting Portraits) 119

Chapter 9: Getting the Must-Have Moments 135

Part III: Creating the Package for the Newlyweds: Editing and Album Design 165

Chapter 10: Back at the Studio: Getting Organized and Preparing to Edit 167

Chapter 11: Editing Your Images 181

Chapter 12: Making Your Photos Available on DVD and Online 203

Chapter 13: Compiling and Designing the Wedding Album 219

Part IV: Building Your Portfolio and Business 241

Chapter 14: Putting Together Your Portfolio 243

Chapter 15: Crafting an Effective Business Model 251

Chapter 16: Getting Your Name Out There 265

Part V: The Part of Tens 277

Chapter 17: Avoiding Ten Common Wedding Photography Mistakes 279

Chapter 18: Ten Tips for Working with a Second Shooter 285

Index 291

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