Book Recommendation for wedding shoot?


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Kino's photography book section has several books on this. They're all tidily shrink wrapped though, so you'll need to get counter assistance to open them up.

More importantly though is that Kino's running 20% member discounts this month. One was just over last weekend, but another is coming up later this month IIRC.
 

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Kino's photography book section has several books on this. They're all tidily shrink wrapped though, so you'll need to get counter assistance to open them up.

More importantly though is that Kino's running 20% member discounts this month. One was just over last weekend, but another is coming up later this month IIRC.
Thanks : ) where is Kino?
 

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Hi anyone here have any recommedation of books to improve on wedding shoots? Thanks : )
There are a good number of wedding/ portrait photography books on sale in PAGE 1. Very informative.

PAGE 1 is located on 2nd level of Vivo City, besides Golden Village. They carry a good collection of photography books and there's always a browsing copy for customers :thumbsup:
 

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There are a good number of wedding/ portrait photography books on sale in PAGE 1. Very informative.

PAGE 1 is located on 2nd level of Vivo City, besides Golden Village. They carry a good collection of photography books and there's always a browsing copy for customers :thumbsup:
Thanks bro will check it out : )
 

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Read more books. There's no such thing as the best book. Borrow from the library, just too many books to buy. Maybe, just buy a book or 2 for ref will be sufficient.
 

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Yup.. borrow from library first.. but the books there might not be the latest trend so you would have to supplement with looking at photos of other wedding photographers. You should also learn more about post processing and that you can get the info online. Goggle is your best friends.
 

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Yup.. borrow from library first.. but the books there might not be the latest trend so you would have to supplement with looking at photos of other wedding photographers. You should also learn more about post processing and that you can get the info online. Goggle is your best friends.
Ok sure, yeah went to library no many books. Mostly quite old. Learning PP also. : )
 

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Ok sure, yeah went to library no many books. Mostly quite old. Learning PP also. : )
well other then improvements and the switch to digital, more or less what applies in grandfather`s time can apply to current cameras.
 

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Personally I don't recommend to take a wedding shoot lightly. As to the photographer it maybe just a job but to the couple it is their once in the life time moment.

Practice, Practice & Practice.... before agreeing to do a wedding shoot.
 

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