The only thing harder than finding a good wedding photographer
is ... becoming a good wedding photographer.
These sites offer resources geared to both amateurs and working professional wedding
photographers. (If you're looking for tips to finding a great
photographer for your own wedding click over to our guide to how
to hire wedding photographers.
Issues such as posing, lighting and composition are easier to
deal with than finding and dealing with clients - bridezilla and
groomonster stories are common!
While most pros won't share their deepest secrets, at least not
without putting them in a format where you need to pay to get
to them, there are some places online that really are worth a
visit - even for the experienced pro.
Composition Articles - These articles are not geared to
the professional wedding photographer - they apply to all professional
photographers. Reviewing the Golden Mean and other basic rules
of composition, color and image balance will help bring your skills
to the next level - no matter what level you are at now.
for Portrait Photography - This is a list of tips on hand
positioning, face positioning, posing couples, group shots and