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Reasons Why You Should Take “Getting Ready” Photos of Your Wedding
7 March 2017

10 ways to look even more photogenic on your wedding day

Any bride will tell you: the most important thing following your wedding day is the photo album.

Le Paysage will provide you with advice on how to createphotos that capture magical moments and will eagerly be displayed for years to come.

1. Choose a Photographer You Really Like and Trust

Posing during your wedding ceremony is a unique event andsometimescould make you feel awkward. So having a photographer who is professional and who makes you feel comfortable is essential. Only when trusting him, you can allow him to enter your world and capture unique and private momentsof your wedding preparation and ceremony.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

3. Do a Trial Run with Your Hair And Makeup Team

Agree with your hair and makeup artist the look you wish to have during your wedding ceremony. Provide him or her with photos of what you are exactly expecting. Even if you booked a professional, a trial is necessary. It will get you both on the same page and avoid any disappointment or crisis situation on the day of the wedding.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

5. Create a Playlist That You Can Rock Out To

Music soothes the soul and will make you feel relaxed while you get ready or go through your wedding day. Good music will create emotions that your photographer will be able to capture so you can reminisce little special moments on your day.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

7. Be Comfortable in Your Dress

You need to feel beautiful but also comfortable in your wedding dress. If you’re uncomfortable in what you’re wearing, you will feel restricted and might miss out on fun non-portrait poses.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

9. Stay Far, Far Away from Anyone Who Brings You Stress
Surround yourself with positive people that will fill your soul with joy. Protect yourself from any negative people or energy and fully enjoy the process.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

2. Plan a Pre-Wedding Photo Session with Your Photographer 

Yes indeed, engagement photos serve a purpose beyond making the world jealous of your perfect day: they help you get to know your photographer and vice versa. A pre-wedding photo session is a good indication of how our wedding photography session is going to feel like. It can also be a great photo-shoot training so you feel comfortable in front of the camera on your wedding day.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

4. Scout Photo Locations Prior to the Wedding

On one of your pre-wedding venue visits, inform your photographer of the various locations and features of the venue you like. Your photographer can help figure out which locations will yield the best photos.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

6. Play Around with Natural Light

If your photographer notices something magical happening with the light, be spontaneous and take advantage of this magical moment. It is often during unexpected circumstances that magic is created.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

8. Carefully Select the People Around You

Select the friends and family who make you feel (and look) happy and ravishing.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

10. Remember What the Day Is Really About 

This is your wedding! It is the day when friends and family come together to celebrate your union to the person you love, so BE IN LOVE. Don’t overthink the photos too much. The camera will naturally capture your best self and the love that you and your partner have for each other.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

10 ways to look even more photogenic on your wedding day

Any bride will tell you: the most important thing following your wedding day is the photo album.

Le Paysage will provide you with advice on how to createphotos that capture magical moments and will eagerly be displayed for years to come.


1. Choose a Photographer You Really Like and Trust

Posing during your wedding ceremony is a unique event andsometimescould make you feel awkward. So having a photographer who is professional and who makes you feel comfortable is essential. Only when trusting him, you can allow him to enter your world and capture unique and private momentsof your wedding preparation and ceremony.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

2. Plan a Pre-Wedding Photo Session with Your Photographer 

Yes indeed, engagement photos serve a purpose beyond making the world jealous of your perfect day: they help you get to know your photographer and vice versa. A pre-wedding photo session is a good indication of how our wedding photography session is going to feel like. It can also be a great photo-shoot training so you feel comfortable in front of the camera on your wedding day.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

3. Do a Trial Run with Your Hair And Makeup Team

Agree with your hair and makeup artist the look you wish to have during your wedding ceremony. Provide him or her with photos of what you are exactly expecting. Even if you booked a professional, a trial is necessary. It will get you both on the same page and avoid any disappointment or crisis situation on the day of the wedding.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

4. Scout Photo Locations Prior to the Wedding

On one of your pre-wedding venue visits, inform your photographer of the various locations and features of the venue you like. Your photographer can help figure out which locations will yield the best photos.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

5. Create a Playlist That You Can Rock Out To

Music soothes the soul and will make you feel relaxed while you get ready or go through your wedding day. Good music will create emotions that your photographer will be able to capture so you can reminisce little special moments on your day.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

6. Play Around with Natural Light

If your photographer notices something magical happening with the light, be spontaneous and take advantage of this magical moment. It is often during unexpected circumstances that magic is created.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

7. Be Comfortable in Your Dress

You need to feel beautiful but also comfortable in your wedding dress. If you’re uncomfortable in what you’re wearing, you will feel restricted and might miss out on fun non-portrait poses.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

8. Carefully Select the People Around You

Select the friends and family who make you feel (and look) happy and ravishing.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

9. Stay Far, Far Away from Anyone Who Brings You Stress
Surround yourself with positive people that will fill your soul with joy. Protect yourself from any negative people or energy and fully enjoy the process.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

10. Remember What the Day Is Really About 

This is your wedding! It is the day when friends and family come together to celebrate your union to the person you love, so BE IN LOVE. Don’t overthink the photos too much. The camera will naturally capture your best self and the love that you and your partner have for each other.

wedding thigh band worn by the bride prior to her wedding ceremony in Glasgow

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