Common Issues During A Wedding Photography Shoot

White dress

wedding photographyThe white wedding dress issue has been plaguing photographers in the wedding photography industry for the longest time running and this is a kind of issue that you should watch out for as well because from how it looks like, the white wedding dress trend is not going anywhere. Brides from all over the globe are looking after the traditional practice of an all white wedding dress because it makes the bride look striking and demure all at the same time. This is a kind of impact or effect that can be a little too difficult to get with any other kind of color scheme at the end of the day.

The white wedding dress has been in vogue for almost a hundred years already and it looks like that trend isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The reason why this can be an issue is because the camera perceives the all white color as brightness, making its settings automatically try to subdue it. You end up with gray or dull looking wedding dresses in the photos and that is not something that the bride will be happy about. It can be fixed through a little exposure compensation though. Adjust it accordingly and see that problem go away. Although wedding photography does come with challenges, they come with tricks to conquer those challenges as well.

Client abuse

It is a little sad to hear about this, especially if you are new to the wedding photography industry, a little wide eyed, and still somewhat a little innocent when it comes to the bad or unsavory side of the industry. However, as with all things that are difficult to handle but you can’t really do anything much about, you should take it in stride and with a grain of salt. There will always be wedding photography clients out there who will try to take advantage of you either by haggling for a lower price, pressuring you to extend work hours for free, or by demanding unrealistic schedules and requirements from you just to get the wedding photography deal under way. These are things that you should not buckle from.

Stand your ground and lay down the foundations of how things are supposed to be done right from the very beginning. Make sure that everything from your start to exit time to your set rates, extra charge by the hour, and even deadlines, are explicitly stated and detailed out in the wedding photography contract that you get them to sign

Delays

Always prepare or brace yourself for the possibility of delays during your wedding photography shoots. You are not the only vendor in the list or in the wedding. The delays of other vendors can cause delays on your end as well and this is something that you need to anticipate and prepare for ahead of time so that you do not end up being a little too upset if things don’t turn out to go your way when it all comes down to it.