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Tips For Getting Camera-ready

The wedding photography is an imperative piece of your huge day. It is your wedding photographs that will catch the occasions, save the recollections and give you years of joy thinking back. So regardless of the possibility that you detest having your photograph taken, on your big day this is one time when you need to relax into it. To make things simpler on the day here are a few tips for preparing camera amid your big day.

1. Chill out Seriously, take this as literally as possible. We have worked with bridals in the past that over analyze and "freak out" over their wedding pictures. While wedding photos are absolutely important and vital to your happiness, take a second and r-e-l-a-x. Don't forget to breathe. This will make the wedding photographers easier and bring out the best in you.

2. Drink a lot of water. Before your wedding pictures, drink lots and lots of water! This will help to hydrate your skin and make you look healthier and more alive. Sometimes the wedding planning process can be pretty stressful (okay who am I kidding?? Almost all the time!), so help your body out and hydrate it as much as possible. After all, we are 75% water anyway.

3. Makeup - wear some This goes out to all my ladies reading this. You may prefer to go all natural in real life but in wedding pictures, many of which are done outside in the bright sunlight, your beauty just won't translate into the camera lens. If you don't know how to do your makeup, have a friend or wedding stylish do it for you, or ask the photographer if he or she offers a makeup artist. Wear foundation!! This will help to even out your skin tone and create a better base for the camera to read and flash off of. Use skin highlighters on the inner corners of your eyes, your upper brow bone, and your cheekbones. Google makeup tips online. Just make sure you're wearing enough to feel comfortable, but maybe a bit more than normal so your wedding pictures will show you looking your best!

Have in place a lady of the hour's emergency pack for the enormous day that your main bridesmaid can keep nearby for you to use before the photographs are taken. Incorporate a lipstick, tissues and wet wipes, powder and mascara, and obviously a mirror, with the goal that you can repair smears and gleam caused by so much emotions!

These are just a few ideas to help you prepare for your engagement pictures and also to ensure you have a successful and positive engagement shoot.

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