The moments just before the first look. I can’t help but feel like I’m peeking in on something so sacredly private while I capture these shots, so I always make sure to give my couples a few moments where I step back so they can have some time with just each other.
It’s all in the details
A best friend is like a four leaf clover hard to find and lucky to have.
Even in the pouring rain, we were able to find the best witnesses for Jess and Rory's elopement in Stanley Park. Not only were they willing to witness in the rain, but these two were also celebrating their wedding anniversary! They couldn't be more thrilled to be part of another wedding on their special day. @ericamillerphotogrpahy
Brides, how do you pick a wedding photographer? It's such a BIG decision Here are the tips on how to find your ideal photographer:
First tip is pretty obvious, make sure you LOVE their work. Look at their website, blog, and REAL weddings! Your images will look like these. If your wedding is in hotel, make sure to ask for sample galleries that reflect your location. Make sure they are comfortable with off camera flash and not just natural light.
So you like their work. Good. Now make sure you like your photographer too! Talk to them over the phone; preferably schedule in person meeting to make sure that you click. Great opportunity to look through their wedding albums and printed work. This person will be with you the ENTIRE day. You need to be able to feel comfortable in front of them. If they annoy you over the phone, BUY BYE
Last but not least, if you want to get your wedding featured on blog or magazine, invest in someone who has been featured. You need to make sure they can shoot editorially. Hope this helps