How to Shoot a Wedding – Ceremony – Wedding Photography Tutorial Series

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In this video you'll how to shoot a wedding ceremony. It's one of the many wedding photography tutorial videos. In future videos we'll learn how to shoot a reception, wedding portrait, dress up session etc.

Equipment used in pictures.

DSLR Nikon D7000 D300s and D3s
Lenses Nikon 24-70 f2.8 Nikon 70-200 f2.8 VRII Tokina 16-28 f2.8 Tamron 28-75 f2.8 Nikon 50mm f1.8 Nikon 85mm f1.8


Lauren Lindauer says:

ok so i’m very sorry for being negative nancy here, but i really hope that
the next videos you publish are more to the point instead of incessant
rambles. i got 5:24 in and i can’t bring myself to watch anymore of it
because you’re just rambling and frankly it’s not helpful at all…

Lorenz Nisperos says:

this is so useful thanks for the tips.

Rock Jo says:

Thank you so much for this! My first wedding in August. This is very

Darren Trentacosta says:

very helpful! great visuals

Lilly Magnolia says:

Great video. Thank you for making it! Very helpful.

Alicia Bee says:

I have to shoot a wedding that will be taking place in a hall. However, the
reception tables are staying for the ceremony as well. The room is
rectangular and they are walking out through the door far towards the left,
walking in between tables, cutting in front of a row of chairs that people
will be sitting in and then down and “isle” that will be about eight steps
if they’re lucky. I don’t even know where to get my shots at this point.

And am I taking photos of the bridal party walking down? It’s just the
bridesmaids. The groomsmen will already be up there.

SupaSammie says:

I have my very first wedding booked for the end of next year. thank for
this information.

Michael Paschen Sr. says:

Enjoyed video very much and looking forward to future videos. Thanks!

GustavoArceMusic says:

Are you from the Trenton Area?

michele theriot says:

enjoyed the video did a wedding two years ago, my first. Got a lot of the
important shots. But now can better situate myself after this video. I’m
doing an outside wedding in two weeks I think this will help me get even
better shots. Thank you i’ve watched a good bit of your videos and find
them helpful.

Rock Jo says:

I have a question. At 16:16 in the video you spoke about not using the
strobes because the ceiling was dark. Could you have bounce the strobes by
point the strobe at the wall? The wall seems to be light in color.

VTEC says:

What lens did you use for the hand holding shots and how close where you?

MrRayoBass says:

Can you do a video on how to edit your images in Photoshop/LightRoom? How
do you workflow so efficient, and finally how to your images look so
professional? I have a 7D and 24-70mm L 1 and 2 and I can not get those
images to look the way you make them look. I’m always shooting manually and
I’m 99.9% sure I’m doing everything right on my Camera. Please help. Thanks.

Mike Williams says:

Awsome video thanks! I’m shooting a friends wedding for first time . This
video helps so much!!

PhotographersOnUTube says:

Strobe lights totally change the game. Just to give you an idea. I get far
better results with a consumer grade camera with strobe lights in the
Church than D3s with just ambient light. The colors with strobe lights are
much much better but sometimes you just don’t have the time so you rely on
full frame cameras and their great ISO performance.

loui828 says:

i’d like to start doing weddings soon, i’ve shot a whole lot of studio
stuff and some outdoors but i’ve never would’ve thought of using my strobe
lights like the way you did, so thanks for the tip 🙂

Noble Mathew says:

Loved this tutorial and thank you for the tips.!

Lizmes28 says:

I absolutely loved this tutorial, not to brag but you’ve made me realize
I’m in the right path, I don’t own professional gear whatsoever but I’m
glad I’m on the same page as of where to stand or what kind of shots to
look for. If on the upcoming videos you can comment maybe making a list of
do’s and don’t’s it’d be GREAT! keep up the tutorials coming I LOVE them!

PhotographersOnUTube says:

I see this all the time. I see people charging so much when honest to God I
wouldn’t even pay them $15 an hour.

ivoroid says:

Great Tutorial! Made my worries away (hopefully I could get great shots)

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