How to create a wedding day photography timeline whether you’re in New York, New Jersey, a Destination Wedding, and having a first look, or no first look. Here’s a guide to help you!
Congratulations on your wedding! Was it a New York wedding? A destination wedding? Was it held on a rooftop like Midtown Loft or Gary's Loft, or did you say your Do's in St. Patrick's Cathedral and had a reception at the Park Plaza or the Regis? Regardless of where it was held, I'm sure everything was beautiful, and all the wedding planning leading up to the big day was all worth it. After saying your vows, and dancing the night away, it's natural just to take some time to enjoy married life - yes, you're married! - and soak in wedding bliss.
It’s the height of wedding season and with New York City wedding engagement photography sessions underway, couples continue to inquire how to prepare for their engagement photo session. As photographers, it’s important I help all my clients feel ready and be prepared for their photo session. An engagement session in Dumbo, The High Line, Central Park, Gantry State Park, Grand Central, Park Avenue, or any location is their trial run before their big day. Ensuring you get the best experience is important. Here are some tips I’ve given to past clients to help them prepare for their photoshoot.