Q: I'm really shy when having my photo taken, but how can I ever get around this?
Nick says: "I'd always advise you to get to know your photographer; if you click (no pun intended) and can have fun with them, it will help immensely on the day. Request a pre-wedding shoot if they don't offer one, and always include the bridal preparation shoot. These simple things can help you feel at ease with the camera.
"Most importantly, speak to your photographer about your worries and concerns. The right supplier will be able to adapt their style to one that's less imposing if needed, making you feel much more comfortable on your special day and help to remove those fears.
"I'd also suggest doing a little bit of research to get a feeling for wedding shots and styles you like, then speak with the photographer and find one that excels in natural shots, documentary or journalistic-style images. These can be less imposing and still achieve excellent pictures of your day."Above all else, remember it's your day and you need to choose a photographer that's interested in your story."
Nick Shoot | Nick Shoot Photography www.nickshootphotography.co.uk
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