Yesterday, I detailed my wedding photography tips for brides. Today, I will make an attempt at the top 10 wedding photography tips for grooms. It’s pretty safe to say none of these tips require further explanation or embellishment.
1. Do what your bride says.
2. Do it with a smile.
3. Tell her how beautiful she looks.
4. Hold your bride’s hand.
5. Whisper in her ear all night.
6. Put your arm around her waist often.
7. Ask her to dance to ALL the slow songs.
8. Wink at her when you think no one else is looking.
9. Gently rub her cheek and reassure her if something starts to go wrong.
10. Remind her that nothing is as special as spending this day with her!
Until next time, be positive, be happy, be healthy, and don’t forget to be photographed.
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I am a San Antonio-based wedding and senior photographer who started Ata-Girl Photography Co., LLC in 2010. As one of the up-and-coming San Antonio wedding photographers, I am also available to shoot in Austin, Houston and Dallas and the surrounding areas. I am also available for destination weddings worldwide. Ata-Girl Photography Co. offers an amazing wedding photography service that you won’t soon forget. As professional photographer, my sole purpose is to provide you the absolute best photography experience.
I am a professional photographer who enjoys documenting the important milestones and captivating moments in people’s lives. I firmly believe that the unique set of circumstances I have faced in life has prepared me to take a personal and genuine interest in my photography clients. When I’m not photographing a wedding, family or high school senior, I enjoy watching my daughter play softball, hiking, cycling, reading, and listening to Elvis!
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