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You’ll find that in many churches that light is very low.

If you’re allowed to use a flash (and some churches don’t allow it) think about whether bouncing the flash will work (remember if you bounce off a colored surface it will add a colored cast to the picture) or whether you might want to buy a flash diffuser to soften the light.

Ideally you’ll be wanting uncluttered areas and shaded spots out of direct sunlight where there’s unlikely to be a wandering great aunt wander into the back of the shot. The temptation with digital is to check images as you go and to delete those that don’t work immediately.

It means less moving around during ceremony and speeches, allows for one to capture the formal shots and the other to get candid shots.

It also takes a little pressure off you being ‘the one’ to have to get every shot!

If you can, attend the rehearsal of the ceremony where you’ll gather a lot of great information about possible positions to shoot from, the lighting, the order of the ceremony etc Show them your work/style.

Find out what they are wanting to achieve, how many shots they want, what key things they want to be recorded, how the shots will be used (print etc).

So much can go wrong on the day – so you need to be well prepared.

Have a backup plan (in case of bad weather), have batteries charged, memory cards blank, think about routes and time to get to places and get an itinerary of the full day so you know what’s happening next.

Weddings can present photographers with tricky lighting which result in the need to manipulate exposure and white balance after the fact – RAW will help with this considerably.

One of the great things about digital photography is the immediacy of it as a medium.

If you’re charging them for the event, make sure you have the agreement of price in place up front.

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