How to Ensure Good Wedding Ceremony Photos

Wedding planning tips by Mango Muse Events

Wedding Tip from the Pros:  Lighting is everything for good wedding ceremony photos

If you are having your wedding ceremony outdoors, it’s best to time it for when the sun is lower, about 2-3 hours before sunset, or to find a place where the whole ceremony is in shade.  The lighting is key to good wedding ceremony photos and this helps to keep them looking even.  You don’t want wedding guests in blinding light while you are in the shade, or vice versa.

Wedding ceremony photos taken at a Santa Cruz wedding by Jerry Yoon Photographers and shared by Jamie Chang destination wedding planner of Mango Muse Events.

(Photo credit: Jerry Yoon Photographers)
This week’s pro tip is brought to you by Jerry Yoon Photographers, who excel in cinematic wedding photography and personable customer service.  They believe that there is real beauty in raw moments and they revel in the living, breathing characters of the everyday.  They feel incredibly lucky to capture those moments for their clients.
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