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Weddings: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Suzy Clement

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6. Post-Ceremony Portraits

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Wedding Stage Three

The ceremony’s over, and you killed it. Congratulations! But you’ll have to hold the celebration, because it’s immediately on to the next thing—most often, family and group portraits, as well as portraits of the brand-new husband and wife. Time is of the essence, so pull out the shot list you prepared prior to the wedding and get ready to roll!

Poring Over the Picture

Open shade is always the most desirable lighting for family portraits, and the trees created a nice backdrop for this set of images. I always do the shots that include children first, to minimize their wait time. I didn’t even notice ...

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