HotShot Productions has been running operations in New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut for many years now, and has become a name to be reckoned with in the field of wedding photography. Wedding photography is obviously different from still life photography, which is also a huge business in these areas. Still life photography in New York would consist mostly of buildings, museums, and parks, and perhaps gourmet food. Wedding photography is different even from family portraits, taken either in a studio or in a client’s house. Family portraits are often well composed, and the photographer has plenty of time to seat, arrange, and rearrange the people in the shoot, the background, and the light setting. In other words, there is plenty of opportunity for retakes.
HotShot’s wedding photographers in NYC, NJ and CT are specially trained and given plenty of hands-on experience before they embark on wedding projects on their own. So, what would the main constraints be for a wedding photographer? Well, firstly a wedding can’t be hosted over and over again! The photographer gets one shot to get his pictures right. This, in turn, implies having an eye for detail, and planning so that all the equipment is in the right place at the right time. The other constraint would be time. In a wedding, several things are going on at the same time. Even as a bride and groom are exchanging vows or being ritually married to each other, there are children enjoying themselves, resplendent wedding guests and hosts milling around, and background arrangements going on. A wedding photographer is not expected to focus his lens solely on the bride and groom but is expected to expertly capture all the other parts of the wedding too: the setting, the food, and the guests. And she is expected to do all this without being obtrusive or too obvious!
Finally, the biggest constraint is lack of time for composing a picture. Of course, the bride and groom and guests pose happily and graciously for the wedding photographer, but rarely do they have the patience to stand in one pose for long. Nor will they tolerate last minute light adjustments, change of spot or shuffling of posing order beyond the minimal. The impatience with posing has to do with the fact that weddings are times for meeting people, relaxing, socializing, and doing a million other things. And even with all these factors, wedding photographs are the most special album for every family, and everyone wants the results to be high-quality, clear and meaningful, and those which capture all the special moments in frames.
All in all, it is quite understandable that while a few in many amateur wedding photographs may turn out ideal, it takes a practiced, professional hand and eye to co-ordinate all the details and click an entire album of beautiful memories.
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