QUIZ: Wedding Workshop 4: Photographing the Couple | Chapter 8


We recommend taking strobe-lit and naturally lit photos for every new scene during a couples portrait session to produce a higher quantity of photos for the finished gallery.


Some qualities to look for when shooting for clusters and spreads include:


When setting up for an epic shot, we recommend foregoing cohesion and instead focusing on capturing a single image.


Outside of a wedding timeline, there are almost always opportunities to capture additional images, including during a walk from one location to another.


As a second shooter, you shouldn’t disrupt the lead at any point even when you have an exemplary image planned.


When photographing in hard light, try your best to place a highlight edge against a _________ so it won’t get lost in the scene.


No additional light modification is necessary when you find the right kind of light and positioning for your scene.