Couples Pose Workshop in Haggerston

A black and white image of two grooms beside a canal

I'm always investing in my skills to ensure the best outcomes on your wedding day! This time I was in Shoreditch furthering my knowledge in posing of couples and groups!

Keeping up with the Jones!

As a wedding photographer I’m constantly learning new things to keep myself ahead of the game. Ten years down the line I’ll still be attending workshops and seminars because our world is changing at a fast pace along with technology, trends, values and traditions. This is just one reason why you should think twice about paying for a budget photographer, it’s likely they aren’t moving forward with the times, unlike a professional that is priced respectfully within the industry standards.

 

Striking a pose in Haggerston

My latest investment was a workshop with the awesome Lex Fleming, a fellow photographer who runs the London Wedding Breakfast Club. It was all about posing couples and groups. I enjoyed learning some zesty cues to help get my couples to react naturally and feel more comfortable in front of the camera. I’m looking forward to my next wedding where I can use the new found skills in arranging larger groups!

 

Married men kissing

 

Subtle and sentimental poses to help create the narrative of a day…

My favourite poses are sometimes slightly directed to help get the composition right, and sometimes naturally done from an outtake whilst the couple is talking. Here are a few pics of the lovely folk who posed for us on a little stroll around the canals of Haggerston.

 

 

As always, I’m ever grateful for all the hard work that Lex behind The London Wedding Breakfast Club does to help the local wedding community keep growing. I wouldn’t be where I am without it! Thank youuuuu!

 

stephanielouisegreen

Stephanie is a documentary wedding photographer covering all parts of the UK. Authentic, alternative, narrative.

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