So many things to think about when planning your wedding timeline... getting your hair done, dropping off decor for the reception, picking up your brother from the airport...
Now you have to factor in photography requests?!
Just to give you an idea on how important the time of day you'll be taking photos is, I'm going to share a little secret. Most photographers will share very few or none of their photographs taken during the middle of the day on their website, in their portfolio or on their Instagram. Sure, they've probably taken photos at noon and they probably have some good shots (I have and I do) but they'll rarely be as great as photos taken towards the ends of the day as the sun rises or sets.
Let's add in some other factors to demonstrate how midday sun can affect photos:
How does it affect things, really?
What to do?
We're there to create flattering, happy, romantic images of you and that's the only goal! So any tips we throw your way are in your best interest and ours. All photos in this blog post were taken during full, afternoon sun; there was minimal cloud coverage in the first 3 and none in the one below. I chose these photos to showcase the style you could expect from me if we're dealing with full sun images, I still got you ;)