Wedding Photography: Tips, Tricks & Ideas for Amazing Photos course is the perfect course for the professionals. Learn key concepts, strategies of Wedding Photography: Tips, Tricks & Ideas for Amazing Photos and boost your career with a marketable skill. Learn from the experts and become an expert.
Does this sound like you?:
You’re a photographer who's been asked to take photos at a friends wedding. They asked because they’ve seen some of your nice images, but you’re naturally concerned that you’ll let them down.
You have a few weddings under your belt, and want to gain confidence, improve quickly and develop your own style
You’ve photographed quite a few weddings but want to learn some new creative ideas
...or maybe you’re just interested in learning how to become a great wedding photographer
If so, then this course is for you.
Bernie takes you through the whole day from the bride getting ready to the first dance.
Unlike Bernie’s other courses this is not a ‘live’ course, instead Bernie talks through his images of past weddings, and demonstrates how he got the shots. Every images shows the camera settings. Here’s some reviews:-
This course was exceptional, and provided just what I was looking for. I wasn’t interested in the business of wedding photography, but just the creative and technical aspects of getting memorable photos. The ideas and cheat sheets were great. Understanding his focal length and aperture choices was critical to my understanding of the process. I also enjoyed the instructor so much that I will have to take some of his other courses just for fun. I can’t thank him enough for sharing his experience. Brilliant! Royce Slick
I found this course to be the most informative and well presented online course I have seen in some time. Brad Weeks
So many photography courses have "filler" sections about equipment, planning, and editing. This course is purely about shooting, and I love it! D Murphy
I like his relaxed delivery, numerous examples, sharing camera settings and most importantly of all, his thought process on what he was trying to achieve. I also like his honesty in the fact you will not always achieve a 100% hit on your shots but not to let it phase you. Well recommended. Update Nov 2018 Watched again just to avoid skill fade and look at the quality of the images with high ISO and no flash. I have ben caught out with slow shutter speeds but really get worried about going over 2000 ISO creating too much noise and providing too many B&W images. Guess if others do it, why shouldn't I. William Bean
What you will learn
- Learn how to cope and take great images during the (sometimes stressful) getting ready phase.
- Discover some creative and unusual ideas for great photos while the bride gets ready.
- Ideas for photos while guests and families arrive at the the church or ceremony
- How to take great ‘Ring’ photos before the ceremony
- Learn the secrets of great processional (and recessional) photo, i.e walking the aisle
- Discover the many ideas for photos during the ceremony and how to plan in order to capture some ‘moments’
- Learn some useful techniques to use while the couple are signing the register/ marriage license
- Learn what to do and get some great photos when everyone leaves the church or ceremony and mayhem ensues!!
- Ideas for taking the couple with their posh car or carriage as they leave for the reception
- Learn to capture some fun confetti throwing moments
- Great tips for the formal individual and group photos
- Don’t just stick to the line-ups, but learn some creative ideas for photographing the bride and groom, and the groomsmen and bridesmaids.
- Learn to capture the fun atmosphere of the wedding speeches
- Tips for photographing the first dance.
Who is this course for?This course is ideal for those who work in or aspire to work in the following professions:
- Anyone generally interested in wedding photography
- Students who want to take more creative wedding photos
- A DSLR or Mirrless camera and a reasonable understanding of its use
- Not for complete beginners
Why Choose Wedding Photography: Tips, Tricks & Ideas for Amazing Photos course?
- Conducted by industry experts
- Get Instant E-certificate
- Fully online, interactive course with Professional voice-over
- Developed by qualified professionals
- Self paced learning and laptop, tablet, smartphone friendly
- Tutor Support
CertificationBy the successful completion of your course, you will get an instant e-certificate. Our courses are fully updated with industry knowledge and skills that aim at making you an expert in the field. The hard copy of the certificate is also available and can be sent to your address. The delivery charge is applicable with a shipping cost of £4.99 (UK) & £12.99 (Outside UK)
Career PathThis training course will lead you to many different career opportunities, here are few prospects:
- Professional Photography -£ 35,000 per annum
- Professional Portrait Photographer - £31,150 per annum
- Press Photography - £25,000 to £60,000 per annum
- Introduction 00:03:00
- It starts here: Photographing the dress and shoes at the bride’s home or hotel 00:04:00
- Bride applying makeup, close up shot 00:03:00
- Photographing the bride’s dress as it’s being done up 00:03:00
- Photographing other items of clothing as they’re being done up 00:03:00
- Don’t overlook those small but important details 00:03:00
- Shooting through a doorway or structure for a reportage photo 00:02:00
- Photos of family member looking over the speech and other notes 00:02:00
- Parents seeing the bride for the first time 00:02:00
- Bride by a window – flatter her with soft light 00:04:00
- Bride by a window – against the light, featuring the dress 00:03:00
- Bride relaxing on a sofa looking out of a window 00:02:00
- Bride walking down the stairs 00:03:00
- Getting Ready Section – PDF of thumbnails (see Resources) 00:05:00
- Arriving at the church 00:05:00
- Photographing the wedding rings 00:04:00
- Walking the aisle – Photographing the processional and recessional 00:04:00
- Capturing the groom’s first sight of his bride 00:02:00
- Capturing some wedding ceremony moments – Part I 00:05:00
- Capturing some wedding ceremony moments – Part 2 00:05:00
- Signing the register / marriage license 00:03:00
- The Ceremony Section – PDF of thumbnails (see Resources) 00:03:00
- Drinks on a tray – get in quick before they go 00:01:00
- The formal group photos – the families will always ask for these 00:04:00
- Ideas for photographing the groomsmen and bridesmaids 00:06:00
- Bride and groom kissing to cheering friends 00:03:00
- The bouquet and bride with a difference 00:02:00
- Photographing the bride and groom on their own in a relaxed mood 00:08:00
- Creative idea for a cake shot, with bride and groom in background 00:02:00
- Photographing the wedding breakfast speeches 00:05:00
- Photographing the first dance 00:02:00
- The Reception section – PDF of thumbnails (see Resources) 00:04:00
- Get Your Certificate & Transcript 00:00:00