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  • Writer's pictureLori Benson

Choosing the Right Images for Your Wedding Album

You've gone through the whirlwind of your wedding day and now you're waiting on the edge of your seat for your wedding portraits. The exciting moment comes when your photographer delivers your gallery of so many beautiful images from your day. You're reliving all the great moments again, giddy and starry-eyed, and now you have to choose. Which images will make it into your wedding album? You can only choose a specific amount. How do you narrow down all those images?

Start by focusing on those key moments from your day. These are the heartfelt exchanges, the joyful embraces, and the special details that truly capture the essence of your big day. These key moments can ensure that your wedding album tells a cohesive and meaningful story that reflects the emotions and experiences shared on your special day.

Try to strike a balance between candid and posed shots. While posed shots are great for capturing traditional and formal moments, candid shots add an element of spontaneity and authenticity to your collection. These candid shots can capture raw emotions, genuine interactions, and unexpected moments that truly showcase joy and excitement.

Consider the layout and flow of your album. If your photographer is printing the album for you, the layout should/will be at the very forefront of their mind. Consider the layout and sequencing of your photos to create a visual journey that guides viewers through the highlights and emotions of your wedding day from start to finish.

Most importantly, include the pictures that speak the most to you. Take your time to select images that evoke the emotions and memories you want to cherish forever. Happy reminiscing!

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