Information - YangPhotography

Wedding Package ($800)

Saturday or Sunday weddings only, not including major holiday weekends.

Pre-wedding consultation 8 hour coverage

Unlimited digital images Online gallery

Your pick of (50) 4x6" retouched photos in a photo box

Your pick of (10) 8x12" retouched enlargements

Additional Items Hi-res edited photos (digital negatives) on DVD ($100)

Additional hours ($100)


Engagement Package ($200)

2 hour session, location of your choice in Los Angeles

Average over 100 photos, all retouched High-resolution photos on CD Photos online available for sale


Headshot Package ($200)

2 hour session, location of your choice in Los Angeles

Two 8x10 retouched High-resolution photos on CD


TIPS FOR PORTRAITS

The photographer can only give as much as you put in. Either do some research beforehand, practice, or give ideas and suggestions during the shoot. The photographer can’t read your mind or know your past history of your personality. You need to show him why you’re attracted to each other so he can capture it.


There needs to be a little bit of acting when taking photos, or rather exaggeration of gestures and movements. Sometimes the camera is 20 feet away and you need to express yourself for an audience far away. Pretend you are both little kids on a play date, show some puppy love, flirt with each other, make love.


The last thing on your mind should be how the photos look in the camera. That’s not your job. A good photographer will not waste time taking photos of a bad pose, and will never release an unflattering photo – that would only make him look bad.


Try your hardest not to be shy! You don’t always need to look “cool” for a photo, the sillier you are, the more personal the photos become, and the more people will love it. You want people to love your photos don’t you? Some photographers rely on advanced lighting, crazy angles to make the photo look interesting, but it doesn’t tell your story. I say run away with your loved one hand in hand and play in some secret hideout, and have the photographer run after you.


Don’t just wait for the photographer’s exact directions. The photographer will direct your general movements, but it’s up to you to fill in the gaps. That’s where the “natural” comes in. Your movements should feel like a movie, not a stiff photo.


When you talk to each other in a photo, talk about cute puppies, not your mortgage payment. If your partner is making a dirty face when talking to you, change the subject.


Do things in public as if nobody else were there. No photographer, no pedestrians.


The guys have the easier role, they can usually be the prop and the girls have to work around them. The girls should always get the attention right?


Get your nails did, bring lots of breath mints.


Tips courtesy of www.iwannamarry.com


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