As wedding photographers, we captured so many kisses on the Big days. Here are some really sweet kisses that we would share with our brides-to-be for photo inspiration. But wedding kisses need to be candid and genuine never to be overly posed.
Some tips for camera-friendly kisses:
A. Stand or sit relatively close to each other but not too close, kiss politely yet passionately.
B. Both hands need to interact with each other instead of dangling.
C. Kiss for a few seconds for photographers to capture - thank you for doing that :)
D. Follow your heart - don't over pose, a comfortable and natural kiss will be beautiful.
E. Close your eyes to make the photo more touching.
Intro to Wedding Poses
Most of our clients may love candid and spontaneous shots for weddings, but good posing can be a BIG plus to couple shot session - usually taken after ceremony. Our couples sometimes feel awkward and clumsy at the first half of the shooting but towards the end of the wedding, they feel relaxed and often can do much better.
So here are some good poses we'd to share with couples who want to improve their poses. Slight adjustments can light up the mood of the photo:)
1. Formal Close Stand
This is one of the formal poses you must have. The couple stand side-by-side facing the camera. Make sure your bodies touch closely and comfortably place the hands and feet. You can either look at the camera or look at each other.