Prepare wedding photo books – during the wedding

1. Trust your photographer!

The wedding day is on and quite honestly, you certainly have better things to do than think about the upcoming photo book all day. Since you have already discussed everything important with the photographer, forget your remembrance project for one day and enjoy the celebration and the attention to the fullest. A problem that has surfaced in the last few years through the whole social networking is that you are forgetting to live and to enjoy with a lot of photography and sharing. Do not make this mistake particularly on this day. Trust your photographer and forget the topic of wedding photography for a short time.

Create wedding photo books – after the wedding

2. Find a matching photobuch provider!

If you want to take advantage of a familiar photo book provider for your large project, this has the advantage that you are familiar with the software, you know the possibilities and limits. You also know the quality. However, if you choose a new service provider, you may benefit from lucrative new customer vouchers. Especially with thick picture books, percent discounts are particularly worthwhile. Think about what is more important to you. If you want a special cover, such as a heart window or a special material such as felt or leather, some vendors automatically fall away. Our price comparison can help you make the decision.

Profit tips for wedding photo albums Part 2

The main attention at a wedding is on the bride. So be sure to be near the bride before, during, and after the ceremony. Do not let them out of your sight – especially if you want to sell the photos afterwards, because the bride brings (most directly or indirectly) the most money. Make them the star of the photos.
Formalities: Whom you should first take photographs

After the wedding, you will probably take the formal photos – bride and groom together with various relatives. The hard part is to have the people on site when you need them. This can take 30 minutes but also up to three hours – that’s up to you and how organized you are.

Here is a tip to help you speed things up: Give everyone you need right from the start. When all have taken their place, first take the formal portraits of the bride and groom (you’ll see why). If this is done, photograph the largest group photographs (family photos). Then the smaller groups you can send to celebrate (for example the Grandparents). So start with all the people and send them the ones that you do not need anymore until the wedding party is left.

If you do not do this, it can happen quickly that you have to wait a few persons very long. The bride and groom should be the first to photograph because both are expected to be at the celebration and the pressure on them grows as time passes. So make it no harder than absolutely necessary – start big (with all participants) and gradually reduce the group.