Access all chapters.
Become a Pro Member today.
This chapter includes
- Ice Pick - Monika and Jonny - Locations Part 1
- Posing & Lighting
- Ice Queen - Ariel
- Tip of the Iceberg - Getting More Business From Wedding Coordinators
- Icing on the Cake
Keywords: , arms around the neck, bridal party, bride alone, ceremony coverage, couple, couple walking, couples, formals, gifts, harsh sun, locations, marketing, portraits, posing a groom, posing couples, posing mistakes, referrals, wedding coordinators, window light
Monika & Jonny's wedding continues in this month's Ice Pick, featuring coverage of the formal and couple photographs. All the images shown were taken right outside the church and provide an example of what can be achieved in one location. Posing & Lighting looks at the common mistakes photographers often make when posing couples and how you can correct them. Advice this month offers something a bit different: Jerry talks you through 33 images from the ceremony coverage of the wedding featured in the Ice Pick. He goes into detail about how and why he shot each image. The Ice Queen this month is Ariel, photographed in LA under extremely harsh sun light. This sequence of images provides various examples of how to work with harsh midday sun. Practice takes a look at how to use simple overcast window light by showcasing a sequence of different images with different subjects all photographed using the same window lighting. Tip of the Iceberg discusses the business relationship with wedding coordinators and how you can develop this to get more work from them. Icing on the Cake takes a look at some more tips for posing a groom, including some bad poses and why you should avoid using them.