- You get a chance to really get to know and connect with your photographer before the wedding. Yes, you have spoken to them, met them and decided on them for any number of reasons. But, you haven’t interacted with them with a camera in their hands. Every photographer has their own style of working and finding that rhythm together is essential to breaking the “photo-ice” before the big day. That way you are rocking and rolling and not losing any time at the wedding to getting comfortable.
- As a couple, how often have you really been in front of a camera together? And not to take a selfie? Not much, eh? This is your chance to work out the kinks between you and shake off that awkward feeling yourselves. Often the photographer will ask you to pose and it may feel weird. A common one is asking you to close your eyes and lean your foreheads together… AWKWARD! This is the perfect time if it makes you uncomfortable to communicate that to your photographer so you can feel more at ease on the wedding day.
- You’ll discover what works for you and even more importantly, what doesn’t. If you are asked to do things that are not what you imagined at all, you can talk about what you had in mind and then on the wedding day you will be on the same page.
- Bonus! You’ll have lovely photos that you can use for the wedding. Some ideas are for save-the-dates, a photo guest book or even as the table markers. Have fun with it!
I’m a born and raised Montrealer, and I love my city!! I have a huge soft spot for dogs, and gush over them whenever I get the chance... It's a little out of control according to my boyfriend. I fell in love with photography completely by accident in CEGEP and I've been hooked ever since!
My heart is all about capturing REAL moments, seeing the REAL you and sharing with you the best version of yourself as I see it.